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Data Transmission

Data Transmission is a London-based electronic and dance music website founded in February 2008, covering all aspects and all genres of the global scene therein. The aim of the site is to cover all genres without prejudice, combining well-written content and opinion with an element of humour. The site features interviews, articles, a frequently updated news section, reviews, competitions, music videos, video features, podcasts, event listings and a tickets section.

Weekly content

Data Transmission has a focus on generating a large amount of content. In general, each week sees 5 main features published, 1 New Talent feature, 2 Podcasts, over 40 news items, several competitions, 10 or more music reviews and 5 music videos. All new content is collected in a weekly newsletter, sent out on Thursday lunchtimes.

Podcasts

Data Transmission publishes two Podcasts a week, via iTunes and as a direct download on its own site.

The weekly DJ Podcast features big names alongside new talents, and has included mixes from Carl Cox, Moby, Sasha, Busy P, DJ Vadim, DJ Yoda, Tom Middleton, Marco V, Judge Jules, The Nextmen, Mastiksoul, Reso, Tocadisco, Nic Fanciulli, Timo Maas, Lynx & Kemo, Sneaky Sound System and many more.

The weekly Round-Up Podcast is presented by the site's editor and DJ/producer Ben Gomori, and features 60 minutes of new music from across the genres every week.

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