NS Academy will cover many fields, such as music production, radio production, financial structuring, graphic design and more…
London based Radio Station No Signal is launching a new academy programme, called NS Academy. It will last 12 weeks and it aims to help 12 young Black DJ’s, aged 18-25, based in London and its surrounding areas.
The 12 applicants will receive £1,000 for taking part to the project, while the collective will have a £3,000 budget for the takeover. In the 12 weeks, the young producers will improve their skills and learn some new ones, such as Radio Production, Graphic Design, Social Media and Core Industry.
No Signal Radio attracted around 130 k listeners from 166 countries all around the world, during the lockdown and the coronavirus pandemic, so this academy is a great opportunity for all the young artists who will make it through the selection. No previous experience is necessary, and participants will be mentored through the programme by the Programme Manager, Tobi Kyeremateng, and Programme Assistant, Ibrahim Hashim.
All Academy sessions will take place weekly from 11AM to 3PM at the No Signal Studio in Tottenham from May until August.