News and features about the business of music videos in general and about Radar in particular — See sample
Budget, deadline and shoot location details
Daily — See sample
Weekly Digest — See sample
• One-click unsubscribe
Radar is an award-winning network of over 10,000 music videos directors worldwide.
We help labels and artists commission exciting, engaging music videos for affordable budgets.
We help music video directors progress their professional careers.
We specialise in music videos between $800 and $8,000 (and never promote requests to make videos for free).Read more
Radar used to be The Radar Festival. We were a real-world music video festival, celebrating the then new-wave of low budget director talent. Our first event was in 2007 and was held at London’s flagship Apple store (their first ever entertainment screening). The following year in 2008 the festival played at seven Apple flagship stores worldwide, plus London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts.
Radar then moved online to become RadarMusicVideos and has since been dedicated to connecting labels, artists and directors to create good-looking, affordable music videos.Read more
• Easily connect to exciting new music video directors worldwide
• Commission using affordable budgets
• Radar is a completely free service for labels, managers & artists
• All briefs have budgets
• No on-spec videos required
• We get many directors featured in leading creative press
• Directors go on to be signed to leading production companies.
Mistabishi - Printer JamWatch Video
Art Official - BlackbirdsWatch Video
Saturday, Monday - HeadshakeWatch Video
Andrew Bayer - Need Your LoveWatch Video
Jungle Physicians - A Great GameWatch Video
Alt-J - BreezeblocksWatch Video
The Wave Pictures - Just Like a DrummerWatch Video
London Elektricity - All hell is breaking looseWatch Video
TST & Alvaro - Out of ControlWatch Video
Netsky - Love Has GoneWatch Video
27 Record Label
3 Bar Fire
Absolute Marketing & Distribution
I really like your site. We get loads of treatments, it's really simple to use, I think it's brilliant.
Dan Curwin, commissioner Mercury Records, Atlantic Records UKShow all
Digital Music TrendsShow all