Radio 411 - Do's & Don'ts of Getting Radio Airplay
Friday, March 18
3:30PM - 4:30PM
Austin Convention Center
531 E 4th St
Nothing can beat the exposure that radio can offer, this is the reason artists are still asking, “How do I get played on the radio?” But what does “radio” even mean these days?
There are many outlets for music listening, such as commercial terrestrial radio, college, indie, non-profit, and community stations, satellite and internet radio, and the kind of customizable, interactive listening experiences enabled by sites like Pandora.com.
Most artists and labels don't understand the typical day of a radio programmer (aircheck sessions, scheduling, staff management meetings, etc.) or how we discover the hottest new songs or how to submit your product to us when we receive songs all day.
KIIS Asst PD & MD
SVP of Programming Strategy
Flinn Broadcasting Corp
I have over 20 years of experience in marketing, for broadcast media, as well as a deep knowledge of, and passion for, all things digital and social media. I offer clients expertise in emerging tec...Show the rest
I have over 20 years of experience in marketing, for broadcast media, as well as a deep knowledge of, and passion for, all things digital and social media. I offer clients expertise in emerging technologies, as well as creating strong communications, and brand engagement, with diverse audiences, via digital and social media.
"My mission is to be a complete extension of my clients’ communications, marketing, and public relations teams, in order to effectively reach the Urban and Hispanic community and navigate crises in diverse audiences."Hide the rest
Head of Digital & Content
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