- All amateur groups and societies putting
on concerts and shows in and around Teesside are very welcome to
e-mail their material to the Site Editor to use this free service,
first launched in 2000.
- The Site Editor publishes what he is sent
in good faith, but does not go looking for material (even on a
society’s own web-site). It is
simply too onerous to keep checking lots of websites just in case some
may have changed. You must keep the e-mails coming to keep your
page up-to-date. It is
recommended that one Committee member be given this as an ongoing job.
- The Site Editor imposes a uniform house
style (mainly in Verdana 12-point text), and manages the
Combined Concert Diary. This
displays every event on one page in chronological order. The site is “text-only” as a
matter of policy, to preserve speedy access, so no pictures, sound
clips or videos are allowed.
- Societies should initially send their own background
data - eg type/size of group, typical
events, rehearsal times and venues, contact details for prospective
new members, society web-site, etc.
It is important this is kept under review, as the Site Editor
does not change it except on request.
- Then societies should send details of all
their future events, including as much or as little detail as required. This should always include date,
start-time, and place. You
can then add works to be performed, soloists, ticket prices, how and
where to obtain tickets, charities supported, etc, as time goes by.
- Please send your material as far ahead as
possible, even if only to announce a date. In this way the site can act as a Claiming Date
Service - but only so long as all societies
look at the Concert Diary in good time!
- Please mention the TEESMUSIC website (www.teesmusic.co.uk) in your
publicity material and programmes.
E-mail the Site Editor here