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What does CitBC cover, and how to contact us

13th March, 2009.

What does Created in the Black Country cover?

CitBC covers the Black Country’s artistic and creative communities. If you’re not sure if that includes whatever craziness you’re into then send the info anyway, what’s the worst that can happen?

How to get onto CitBC

If you would like to get your creative endeavours talked about on Created in the Black Country please follow these guidelines:

If it is our first contact, please tell me:

  • Who you are?
  • Where are you based?
  • What do you do?
  • What do you want to promote or discuss?
  • A link to a web site if you can.
  • How can readers contact you? Address, phone number, web address, e-mail, Twitter etc.
  • Please attach further information as a text document, a word file or PDF.

I don’t always reply back to all of the emails I recieve, so please check CitBC to see if I have covered it.

I will also subscribe to any feeds you send me, however I do prefer e-mails.

Be aware that anything you send in may be reproduced on the blog in an unedited form.  So be nice and use a spellchecker.  That includes press releases and flyers.

Please be aware that Created in the Black Country is not a comprehensive listings service.


There’s too much music-related stuff going on in the Black Country, more than Birmingham, to do a decent job of covering it here – other places do a better job of that. Basically, if you’re a band/DJ/promoter and you’ve got a gig coming up then don’t expect a mention unless there’s a wider context to tie it into (festival, album release, venue launch).

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