Enter our free competition and learn how to make a music promo video!

Three problems:
You're a fantastic solo artist or in a great band but no-one knows about you and you need to learn about publicity fast
You have real creative flair and would love to get into making music videos but have no money for a course
Youre bored with your 9-5 existence and need a new interest to add some spice to your life

One solution:
Enter our free competition and learn how to make a music promo video!

Yes, nows your chance. In association with The Herald, the College of North East London (CONEL) is offering one lucky winner a place (worth 165) on their exclusive one week Learn how to make a music promo course starting on 27 September.

You will learn everything you need to know about planning, budgeting, storyboards, shooting and editing from business professionals at the colleges brand new, state of the art Heron Studios in Tottenham Hale.

All you need to do is answer the following question:
Which legendary band introduced the world to music videos by making one for their hit Bohemian Rhapsody?
Was it:
a) The Who
b) Queen
c) Frankie goes to Hollywood

Please send your name, address and contact numbers, quoting the full answer to CONEL Music Comp, the Journal, 161 Tottenham Lane, N8 9BU by Wednesday, 22 September. A winner will be drawn randomly and notified that day.

For more information on media courses offered by CONEL, including courses starting now, please go to www.conel.ac.uk or call the information hotline on 020 8442 3055. To find out about how you can hire out the video and sound editing suites in Heron Studios at reasonable rates please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 0208 442 3439 or 0208 442 3492 for a specific quote.

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