How to Get your Music on Radio
Reach a new targeted audience for your music through online broadcasting
I receive hundreds of emails every day inquiring about radio. It makes sense because I’m a music publicist and radio host.
But is internet Radio the best thing for you?
If you’re music is up to the standard of other artists you hear on this playlist, then Yes it is..
I can confirm that online radio really does work to gain exposure for new artists.
If you want to get played to thousands of new listeners every day who like your style of music, then there’s nothing better than getting your song streaming on a broadcast that is attracting just the right audience.
To get your song played on the radio, either you or your team must approach program directors/music directors at radio stations on at a time. You’ll then need to promote your song to them using a combination of press releases or one-sheets, phone calls, and faxes.
And even then, you aren’t likely to hear back unless your song is trending or you have a great relationship with the programming director.
I have an option that saves you alot of time and stress.
You can get it done quickly and easily from one easy promo page located here.
Now you can submit your previous songs or New Releases to a Radio Network that’s been Broadcasting for 13 years and you can get your music boosted to new listeners right away.
This includes being posted on a select group of music media sites, blogs and magazines that help independent musicians grow their career.
Now you can experience the power of online radio broadcasting to attract music lovers to your songs and get more plays right from one dashboard.
*This promotion is recommend by Indie Music Spin, American Pride magazine and The 6ix Magazine as well as all the artists currently using it: <see feedback>
Radio Network Broadcasting will empower you to:
- Strengthen your artistic image
- Expand your fan base and reach new audiences in your genre and vibe
- Promote your music outside of your immediate circle of friends
- Track plays to see who’s listening to your music