UNLIMITED MEDIA is our publishing business. Our media have been covering and championing culture and the cultural industries since 1996. We own and operate three titles: Complete Music Update, ThisWeek London and ThreeWeeks Edinburgh.

COMPLETE MUSIC UPDATE is a news and information provider to the music industry, covering music, music people and the music business, and championing great new artists and releases. CMU provides seriously good news and analysis that never gets too serious | MORE

CMU DAILY is the daily news bulletin for the music industry, delivered by email each weekday. It summarises all the key developments in music and the music business from the previous 24 hours all in one place. Meanwhile the CMU Approved column tips great new music and CMU Jobs updates readers on all the latest job opportunities in the UK music industry | MORE

SETLIST is the weekly music business podcast from CMU. CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last seven days, dissecting and explaining what has happened. Setlist is available on Acast, Apple Podcasts, audioBoom, Deezer, Google Play, iHeart, Mixcloud, SoundCloud, Spotify, Spreaker, Stitcher and TuneIn | MORE

CMU TRENDS are regular articles and guides digging deeper into the inner workings of the music business, explaining the mechanics of the industry, reviewing recent developments, and sharing insights from leading innovators in the sector. CMU Trends is available to premium subscribers alongside a weekly news digest published each Monday morning | MORE

THISWEEK LONDON is an online guide to culture in the capital, championing the best in theatre, comedy, cabaret, dance, art, music, musicals and spoken word via our website and weekly email bulletin, with a particular focus on new and alternative talent. We also regularly interview our favourite writers, directors and performers as they stage shows in London | MORE

THREEWEEKS EDINBURGH is the longest established bespoke magazine at the Edinburgh Festival. We’ve been covering the world’s biggest cultural event since 1996, publishing reviews, interviews and other coverage from Edinburgh’s summer festivals throughout July and August via a print magazine, a daily email bulletin and our website | MORE

TW:DIY is a new website providing an online guide to doing cultural stuff. It features interviews with people who perform and work at the Edinburgh Festival and will also soon include Q&As with people working in London’s cultural industries and practical guides to pursuing a career in the creative sector or building and running a creative business | MORE

LAST UPDATED: December 2018