As soon as Emma Conybeare finished her Mathematics and Statics degree at Portsmouth University she moved to London. Even though the Forecasting, Computer Programming and Finance should have been the desired route for her, she had already made up her mind, that presenting was the way forward.
At the age of 22 she got selected as one of the presenters for Google’s very first Live Hangout. The first guests to kick this show off were The Backstreet Boys. This Hangout had a live audience, media, entertainment news reporters and their millions of fans whom of which were streaming the interview live world wide and interacting with Google, Emma hosted a number of live events such as the Youtube Collaboration Live between Esmee Denters and Mike Hough. As well as interviewing artists such as Izzy Bizu, Neon Jungle, The Rascals and the Mmmm bop sensation Hanson.
Still part of Google Emma started working alongside the brand “Reloaded Sessions”. Interviewing new and emerging artists and hosting their Reloaded Sessions live for their youtube channel.
When the live events came to an end Emma used her own initiative and her own filming team to carry on the process of interviewing new and emerging artists and becoming the co owner of The Hangout UK youtube channel.
Emma approached Hoxton Radio and pitched the idea of moving The Hangout into radio with similar concepts. She won the gig and ended up having two shows on Hoxton Radio for 2 years where she produced, wrote and presented her shows. She also became the main face of Hoxton Radio TV where she presented at events, interviewed artists and DJs at festivals.
Within the 2 years at Hoxton Radio she organised and hosted Emma CB’s Acoustic sessions a gig, to give a platform for new and emerging artists to perform in front of a live audience.
In 2016 Emma got head hunted by Global and specifically Capital Xtra, she started off doing covers until the summer of that year where she got her very own show Capital Xtra’s Early Breakfast as well as covering Bank Holiday Breakfast.
Throughout the summer of 2016 Emma became one of the main hosts of Sky Sports Street Velodrome the UK’s first ever outside Velodrome competition. Emma entertained the crowds, interviews competitors and interviewed VIP’s such as Boris Johnson and the Mayor of Uxbridge as well at olympians Craig Maclean. In 2017 she became the presenter of Street velodrome television series with BT Sport which was aired in October 17.
Emma is very much into her sports at a young age she represented Hertfordshire at running and swimming nationally so you could say being competitive is in her blood.
Emma is into her football which is great when she became one of the presenters for Goal.com very first Facebook Live Football Show; Studs Up.
Studs Up is a weekly show, jam packed with Football discussions, statistics and social media interaction as well as having celebrity guests such as Tinchey Stryder, Rizzle Kicks and Ex Pro Jack Collison on the show.
This live broadcast goes out to their 13 million subscribers world wide.
This year she became DJ Mag TV festival correspondent, covering UK festivals and interviewing world class DJ’s like Chase and Status, Dj Target, DJ Zinc and Low Steppa.
When Emma isn't on the radio or presenting for Goal.com she has a key interest in fashion and music. You’ll she her dotting around London’s events with her camera filming and updating her youtube channel Clique. Clique is best described as a channel that includes fashion, music and events such as London Fashion Week and festivals.
You can occasionally see her behind the Decks Dj’ing her favourite Dance and House beats.
She has a residency at Pure Bar Kent and she plays at Fire in Vauxhall every month as well has hosting and doing at launch parties around the UK.