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Deadline approaching: CFA MusicID Digital Research Fellowship (Aug 1)

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    Kathryn Straker
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    Deadline Reminder – Call for Applications

    MusicID Digital Research Fellowship

    Deadline: 1st August 2020.

    Dear all,

    MusicID is pleased to announce its third annual Digital Research Fellowship in popular music studies.
    http://www.academicrightspress.com/entertainment/music/fellowship-prize

    Awarded competitively to scholars at any phase of their careers, the fellowship is designed to support popular music research that utilizes data to draw new insights or reinforce prior understandings. The recipient will receive $1,000 and access to the Music ID platform for one year (all other applicants will receive access to the platform for six months). Special preference is given to proposals that demonstrate how they will benefit from access to the Music ID platform. The recipient is expected to write a short final report at the end of their fellowship year, describing the research they conducted and their preliminary findings.

    In order to be considered, interested applicants must send an anonymized, one-page research plan as a PDF to fellowship@academicrightspress.com by August 1st 2020. The recipient will be chosen through a blind review process.

    Submissions from faculty, independent scholars, and graduate students are all encouraged and welcome. International applicants are also welcome, but all submissions must be in English. Past winning proposals may be viewed at our website, linked above.

    About us:

    MusicID is an academic platform that compiles current and historical music industry data into a single, easy-to-use source. Incorporating 5,452 different charts spanning 74 countries, MusicID provides access to chart information from Billboard and the Official Charts Company dating back to the 1950s, as well as contemporary, day-to-day statistics on iTunes downloads, Spotify and Apple Music streams, and Shazam searches. It also includes built-in visualization tools which allow users to create and export customizable tables and graphs.

    If you do not have access to MusicID through your institution, you may use the guest credentials below for remote access. They are valid until the end of July.

    http://musicid.academicrightspress.com
    Username: mid
    Password: Ru6ies

    Regards,

    Katie Straker
    katie@academicrightspress.com

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