Profound Media work on a consultancy basis for many clients in the entertainment industry, specialising in the live music sector

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Profound Media has a long and established history of working with promoters, event organisers and radio stations to create and promote successful events.

We have worked with most of the UK’s leading radio groups to drive both revenue and profile from their live music associations.

Profound Media & Management is dedicated to finding solutions and instigating strategy for the successful promotion of all events.

We are additionally able to offer consultancy services across a wide range of areas from business strategy to broadcast training. The company’s expertise includes media sales & marketing, copywriting, journalism, photography, promotions, production, event management and much more.


Profound Media & Management was founded in 2005 by Paul Flower. Paul is a music industry professional with over thirty years marketing and promotions experience.

Paul established the first dedicated Marketing & PR department in UK concert promoting for MCP (now part of Live Nation), instigating many strategies to promote concerts which are still used today. He subsequently spent 9 years with the Capital Radio Group developing their highly successful event promotions and ticketing department.

He was instrumental in creating and promoting the Capital Gold Legends CD series which achieved sales of over 3 million copies in the UK and has been exported to Australia and Europe. He has also worked on a freelance basis for the BBC and the Birmingham Evening Mail.