"Yeah, a storm is threatening my very life today a gimme, a gimme shelter.”
- THE ROLLING STONES
Welcome to Ancroo TV
In its simplest form: a temporary shelter for the music industry
A solid foundation for long term success and survival during this intermission of live events.
An economic package that doesn’t rely on subsidies or bail outs, but on the business itself; the price of a ticket, the viewing of an album launch, the playing of music.
A platform that makes simple economic sense. The public buy a ticket that supports our industry, and in return we provide them with concerts in the only way we can at the moment, this allows our people to get back to work, and become part of the economy, buying products and protecting other industries and jobs.
If the industry invested in this model with us, our crew can make it happen fast; effectively reducing the cost of companies investing in trying to survive. In helping us to complete this project, the accomplishment would be worth more than any advertising you could think of.
Together we can make this work.
The fact that Ancroo is run and set up by crew to save their industry and their jobs, and to reduce the pressure on public funds is all the advertising you would ever need. Backed by the organisations and supply chain, and used by the artist.
The industry in a temporary shelter, supporting the people with the music they love, so we can return, and give the people the entertainment they want when this is all over.
So in short the bullet points:
Ancroo TV -
A temporary shelter for live music.
Owned by crew, for the industry .
Run by crew, for the industry .
Fully functioning Streaming platform.
One platform reduces confusion, and gives the public something to get behind.
Multiple subscription levels.
Constantly revolving show crew.
Constantly revolving show equipment.
Completely independent (no ties to suppliers).
Will create jobs for caterers, truck and bus suppliers, local crew, touring crew, security staff etc.
Platform becomes fully self-sufficient, and makes the industry viable again
All profits, after costs, go to charities supporting the industry.
The events can be a test bed for new ways of working.
A way to understand the needs of the industry, and start to build new solid foundations.
A project that can support people’s mental health through this time.
Beyond the temporary shelter environment, a revenue stream that can truly support the organisations of this industry to do the things they need, and getting crew engaged and giving them a feeling of ownership and input.
An independent platform that has the whole industry’s welfare at its heart, and ties it all together for the betterment of all.