It’s a new year and a new look for MusicRow magazine’s website.
With over 30,000 articles on its website, MusicRow has upgraded its website offering an easy-to-read and streamlined experience that includes larger photos, larger fonts, an enhanced search engine, and improved mobile experience among other upgrades.
Perhaps the biggest enhancement is related to the back end of the website now hosted on its dedicated server by the Horton Group which will allow future improvements to be more easily implemented.
MusicRow has also launched it’s new online store, as well as, a new improved membership portal that continues to allow industry readers to join as subscribed members of the publication where they receive six annual print magazines, news emails (morning, afternoon and breaking), MusicRow CountryBreakout Radio Chart, voting eligibility, exclusive event notifications, and more.
MusicRow Publisher Sherod Robertson says, “This refreshed look was something we’ve been wanting to do for a long time. The year 2020 emphasized the need and role of MusicRow in helping us all stay connected. That’s our key mission, so we took that opportunity to review our infrastructure and make some improvements. I’m really excited to have this new upgraded site launched which offers a very simple, fresh, streamlined experience for readers so they can access all of their Nashville music industry news. Late last year, we launched our new weekly digital newsletter, the MusicRow Weekly, so this is just the next step in our desire to always be improving and finding ways to better serve our industry as we begin our 40th year. Stay tuned.”
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