Keeping a radio station’s music database in the best shape it can be is challenging. Day in and day out, you’re making changes, moving songs, and adjusting rules to achieve the best sound possible. When data is compromised, you have a dysfunctional music database. Chaos follows.

Here are the signs of a dysfunctional music database and solutions for each problem:

Fixing A Dysfunctional Music Database


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