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Rule Violation: Time

During a scheduling / editing session, you may sometimes encounter a violation alert that shows only a Time. On a log schedule, every music item will display in red font and in the Violations column they’ll all have the Time.  In the Selections list below the Schedule screen, songs will appear with a different Time flag. This serves a specific purpose. Most commercial stations over-schedule their hours by one or two songs so there will be sufficient content should the commercial load for the hour be lighter than expected. Newly created Clocks automatically allow for 65 minutes of content. Should a fully scheduled clock-hour have more than 65 minutes of content the Time violation will appear.

M1 will not stop for this one, rather it will be displayed as an alert.

 

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M1’s interactive scheduling/editing design delivers the most consistent rotations for all songs within a category. Most users average less than 10 minutes editing time per schedule. But some music directors have many stations to schedule and don’t have time to edit each one. Or, perhaps time constraints require you to schedule a week or more… Continue Reading

Mp3 Tags – Explained

Many people don’t know the difference between the mp3 file name and mp3 “tags” (also known as: meta-data). If you’re running an internet radio station, it is important to not only know the differece, but to have the correct tag data entered into the Title and Artist fields. This video explains. Continue Reading