How Airplay Works
1. Upload music and target the right listeners How airplay works icon notes 200x50
Start by uploading your songs and photos. Next, choose the popular artists whose music is most similar to your own.
2. Get played on internet radio and collect fans How airplay works icon fans 200x50
Your music plays to listeners in stations featuring the popular artists you chose. These listeners are the most likely to become your fan.
3. Get reports and data on your new fan base How airplay works icon report 202x50
Receive detailed reports on your new fan base, a great resource for getting to know your audience.
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Independent artists getting played right now
Getting played to fans of:
James Blunt, Adele and more!
25,110 plays  886 fans
Getting played to fans of:
Jeff Kashiwa, Boney James and more!
1,640 plays  26 fans
Getting played to fans of:
Fall Out Boy, Brand New and more!
6,310 plays  230 fans
Getting played to fans of:
Neal McCoy, Jason Aldean and more!
5,252 plays  107 fans
Customers on Radio Airplay
“I use Radio Airplay to determine which of my songs is gaining traction with listeners by tracking the number of fans I get for each song. It's a great way to truly test if my songs and their production are getting people engaged with my music.”
— Mikalyn Hay (Since July, 2015)
“We have seen growth in traffic in several places where our music is streamed after a Radio Airplay listener becomes a fan. It's often the beginning of a great fan relationship right here on Radio Airplay!”
— Ian & The Dream (Since May, 2011)
“An excellent way to put your music right along side of big names, within your specific genre. I have found many fans through this service who will eventually introduce my music to others in turn. Thanks to Radio Airplay for a novel idea and for helping new artists and bands.”
— David Clerest Project (DCP) (Since October, 2011)
More Testimonials on Radio Airplay
Blogs on Radio Airplay
http://techcrunch.com
“Bands don’t break out without some sort of promotion, whether that is paid for by their labels, or earned through new kinds of algorithmic and social promotion we are seeing with online music services.”
http://hypebot.com
“If a band's fans say they remind them of U2; then that band can now target airplay to U2 fans only.”
http://www.musicthinktank.com
“It is a service that delivers everything it promises.”
Examiner.com
“Radioairplay.com has helped thousands of artists sell their music directly to music fans who would otherwise have no way of hearing them which makes Radioairplay.com a friend to the musician community.”
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