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The musicians and artists of Crocodile River Music (CRM) have struggled to share their work in the arts, dance, and music of West Africa in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our team explored ways for them to sustain their audience using virtual and other novel modes of programming. Through interviews and surveys with the artists and audiences, we assessed best practices and audience preferences for creating online content, and provided recommendations for their production process, product offerings, and promotion strategies.
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