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· Radio Stuff

How Many Songs Should I Be Playing?

Mike Joseph Invented The Tight List…in 1958.The question comes to me with some regularity.  How many songs does a successful music radio station have in its library.  My half-joking reply is: Probably half the number of songs you are now playing. There really is no winning number.  Top rated Current-Hits stations play fewer than 500.  Stations going after older demos…

Steve Warren

· Formatting

Standard Rule Enforcement Settings

Enforce Only the Formatting Rules That You Use Music 1 has more rules settings than 99.5% of people need.  That last half percent would be the music director whose job is to produce music schedules for dozens of stations or streams each day. He could use the Breakable and Un-Breakable rules hierarchy and Alternative categories then set M1 to run…

Steve Warren

· Radio Stuff

The Death of Radio?

That’s What the Man Said Bob Lefsetz is a bodacious blogger about all things and culture. Primarily, he is a music guy who seems to know every living person involved in the music business or else someone who does know the famous person. His blog post with that headline hit the first of the week and, of course, has gotten …

Steve Warren