BCM 114 Digital Artefact Pitch

My digital artefact is the continuation of my existing music blog, Listen Loud, to address the problem of limited and competitive entry-level employment opportunities in the Australian music industry. With equal passions for live music and digital marketing, this project will contribute to the expansion of my professional portfolio to support my application for industry positions following the completion of my degree. To do so, my primary focus this semester will be on expanding the Listen Loud community through the further development and optimisation of my Instagram and Facebook accounts, and creation, curation and communication of content.

BCM 302 Digital Artefact Pitch

From my personal experience seeking out digital marketing internships and entry-level positions in the Australian music industry, along with extensive research conducted on how to kickstart a career in entertainment business during previous iterations of my digital artefact, I'm very aware of the limited employment opportunities available for students and recent graduates, and the competitiveness this promotes in applicants. Upon realising how difficult it would be to secure an industry position following the completion of my degree, I decided to expand my portfolio by launching my own music blog, Listen Loud.

My BCM 325 DA – Part 1: Launching Listen Loud

For BCM 325 Future Networks, I wanted to focus my digital artefact on a topic that was not only interesting to myself, but one that I could utilise to further my career as an aspiring event manager and social media marketer in the music industry. As the digital artefact had to incorporate the concept of the future in relation to the subject's lecture content, it took quite a bit of time to settle on a topic that fit the assessment brief while contributing to my future career ambitions, but finally, I came up with the idea of exploring the probable, possible and preferable futures of me.