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  • Gigslutz

    5 tips for getting into the music industry, from Second Screen CEO Niall Green

    Niall Green, CEO of Second Screen and young veteran of music festivals, makes apps for the creative industries. He’s an entrepreneur with a business idea firmly rooted in tech: a future-proof area of the industry. His experience in music, at just 24, is unrivalled. Here are his tips on getting a foot in the door and how to keep it there!

  • Gigslutz

    The Orielles to take over the official HandMade Festival app with exclusive, Behind-the-Scenes content

    Halifax trio The Orielles are confirmed to be taking over the official HandMade Festival app this May. The band, consisting of Esme (vocals, bass), Sidonie (drums) and Henry (guitar) will play the Leicester Festival at the O2 Academy Leicester, and will update the HandMade app whilst there.

  • IQ Magazine

    IQ Magazine

    Fresh from showcasing their abilities at ILMCs tech panel, Second Screen is rolling out a number of new features this year..

  • The Monitors

    Apps and applicability: Behind the scenes of Second Screen

    The development of apps within the music industry isn’t something that gets that much coverage. Surely though, it’s something that is happening more and more as technology progresses and people are on their phones constantly. Will we soon see the focus start to switch to the people who are making these apps? Will there soon be artists who’re designing their own apps alongside their own music? There are plenty of interesting conversations to be had...


I wanted to combine people’s love for their pets and their passion for sharing cute pet photos into one app. PetScene does this and thanks to SecondScreen, offers a fun and interactive social network dedicated solely to pets.

Nicole Appleton

PetScene Founder

The app was great for interacting in a more direct way than we can with either social media or printed programmes. It really suited the festival and take-up was much higher than we’d hoped so it’s clear the audience is in to the idea too.

John Helps

Festival Director, Handmade Festival