Bndwdth.Media Review

I was contacted by a ‘Emily Smith’ by e-mail with this message on 15 September 2016 – ‘Hi Pauls hope you’re well! I scout music content for Bandwidth Daily, we’re a San Diego based entertainment and gadget mag reaching 46,000 email subscribers. I’m on your page and we’d like to feature you guys, I’ll send details if interested thanks! | Emily Smith // BANDWIDTH DAILY // bndwdth.media // 619.547.5291 | I replied that I was interested and the next e-mail on the same day read ‘Hey Paul thanks for getting back to me! Ok so we’d like to run a featured artist piece on LP, what we need is these interview questions, your preferred promo pic, cover art and link, and we’ll publish your story on Bandwidth Daily. No strings attached, we’re just making friends. =) | – BANDWIDTH DAILY: Congrats on your growth! What inspired your creative path? | – BANDWIDTH DAILY: The music business is a roller coaster, what are some of your proudest moments? | – BANDWIDTH DAILY: Capitalizing on momentum is key to success, what new music or events are on the way? | I sent our answers to their questions by e-mail on 16 September 2016 then followed the following e-mails:-

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Name: Bndwdth.Media

Country: United States

State: California

City: San Diego

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Website: www.bndwdth.media/

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