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How to Get Your Song(s) on the Radio?

Updated: May 26, 2022


Remember the "good old days" of painstakingly promoting your music to be played by the top DJs on the hottest radio station(s)?


Yes/No?


This Compact Cassette Tape - created by Philips in 1962 ( in the United States, under the Norelco brand in 1964), was used to record your song(s), to mail, or in-person send to radio stations to play your music from 1962 - 2002.
Compact Cassette Tape used from 1962 - 2002




Let me refresh your memory!





Compact Disc (CD) The CD - invented by Philips and Sony in 1979, was used to record your song(s), to mail, or in-person send to radio stations to play your music from 1979 - 2010. CDs are not dead (now that online streaming music platforms have grown in popularity), a decline in CD purchases has increased since 2010.
Compact Disc (CD) - used from 1979 - 2010




Oh, let's not forget this!







 

95% of the music played on the radio is received digitally! 

Digital music (sometimes referred to as digital audio) is a method of representing sound as numerical values. Digital music is often synonymous with MP3 music since that's a common file format that digital music exists in.
Digital Music & Audio Distribution Platforms

Many would think that thanks to the world wide web, getting your music heard is as simple as a quick email, inbox, or a DM to your favorite DJ or Radio Station; surprisingly, it's not.


  • Effectively promote your music on the top radio stations worldwide.

  • High quantity of rotation/spins per song.

  • Interview & photo with the Celebrity DJ on their music platform(s).

  • Music Video Distribution on the top music video sites like VIACOM, MTV, Vevo, Tidal, & more.


HOW TO (ACTUALLY) GET YOUR SONG ON THE RADIO IN 2020?



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