New Pro Sound News Europe website goes live

UK: More frequent news updates and enhanced content are among the features of the brand new PSNE website, writes David Davies.
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UK: More frequent news updates and enhanced content are among the features of the brand new PSNE website, writes David Davies. Months in development, the new Pro Sound News Europe hub boasts a fresh, flexible design that will enable us to convey the latest developments in the pro-audio world more quickly and efficiently.

The methods by which trade publications can communicate with their readers have grown exponentially in recent years - a development which is acknowledged by many of the site's new features. In addition to more frequently-updated news content, the revamped site will feature more analysis of external issues that have direct implications for the pro-audio industry. There will also be exclusive interviews, guest opinions, and bespoke A/V content, as well as interaction with social networking sites such as Twitter to ensure that PSNE readers get to hear the latest news first.

We are also keen to include your news and views, so please contact us by the usual channels if there is an issue that you feel is yet to receive the necessary attention.

"As well as being a thing of wonder and a joy to behold, the new PSNE website will allow us to address every aspect of the pro-audio world more effectively than ever before," says PSNE editor Dave Robinson. "We will be adding new stores all the time. There will also be more podcasts and audio/video content - particularly around the time of the major trade shows that do so much to set the agenda for the industry.

"Further features, yet to be disclosed, will be added as the year goes on, so make sure you bookmark the site and check back every day!"

The revamped Pro Sound News Europe website is now ready and waiting for your reading pleasure at


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