AudioUK exists to help grow and promote the UK audio production sector, both at home and abroad.
Connecting suppliers to the marketplace; seeking new opportunities, including on an international level; providing business and legal affairs support
Ensuring the sector continues to be recognised and listened to by Government, regulators, and industry
Growing membership; giving audio producers a feeling of belonging to a growing and successful industry; sharing information and best practice; encouraging diversity in all its forms
Providing ongoing specialised training through the Audiotrain programme; celebrating the sector’s achievements, through events including the Audio Production Awards
COVID-19 Production Guidelines
Please download our COVID-19 Production Guidelines on safely producing professional audio during the coronavirus pandemic .
We also have a page with information and links concerning the COVID-19 pandemic, including Government and industry support, and advice on keeping safe.
Audiotrain, run by audio producers’ trade body AudioUK, has announced a week of special events to mark International Women’s Day, which is on March 8. There will be a series of lunchtime webinars with five exceptional women working at the top of their game in...