Thursday, May 23, 2019

How To Sort Music Categories: Deep & Narrow or Shallow & Wide

It's great to have music research that provides a map of what titles to play, but when it comes time to sort music into categories, it takes more than a spreadsheet with numbers. Programmers...

Don’t Just Play It: Celebrate New Music

When adding a new hit song - wait, it is a hit, right? If it's not, don't add it - consider how it can become a programming weapon as quickly as possible. And perhaps...

Top Secret Tips For Music Scheduling

"Hey, what's your best music scheduling tip?". That's a common question programmers ask. They're looking for a shortcut. There really is no mystery top making your music software work for you. Some programmers and music...

A Sure Fire Solution To Unscheduled Music Positions

What's the worst part of scheduling music? Almost universally, program directors and music directors will tell you it's unscheduled music positions. They drive you crazy! And you spend hours fixing them, or trying to tweak...

Considerations To Program New Music

A lot of programmers aren't going to like this, and many won't agree with it, mostly because they don't want to agree with it. It's about how to program new music, one of the most controversial...

8 Steps To Getting Music Tempo Coding Right

One of the most agonizing tasks for a programmer is managing the music library. It's also one of the most important. Of the hundreds of settings in your music software, music tempo coding is...

7 Tips For Perfect Song Segues

On a music station, every single thing that happens is important. That's particularly true for song segues. How songs fit together is critical to the listening experience. Paying attention to this detail can be a critical...

Music Scheduling: First Things First

You've just taken over a new radio station. It's time to figure out what's going on with the music scheduling software. You roll up your sleeves and wade into the data. Where do you...

5 Immutable Laws of Music Scheduling

With a hearty shout out to Ries and Trout and their 22 Immutable Laws Of Marketing, there are several fundamentals of managing a radio station's database. You might call it the 5 immutable laws...

7 Signs of a Dysfunctional Music Database

It’s a challenge to keep a radio station’s music database in the best shape it can be. Day in and day out, you’re making changes, moving songs around, adjusting rules all in an effort to...

There are regular webinars for all Insiders members. Click below to reserve your spot now!

Online Contest: Last Comment Wins

Last Comment Wins is exactly what the title describes. And it's a terrific promotion on your Facebook page or any other social media site. It's...