Thursday, April 18, 2013

Extremely Simple Method to Get Your Music on Internet Radio and collect royalties.

Cory Koehler latest blog post on MusicGoat shows how easy it is to get your music played on Internet Radio and collect royalties.

Here's an excerpt from the post:

"The site we will be using is Live365 (get info on how Live365 pays Royalties here). They’ve been around for awhile and they host thousands of amateur, semi-pro and pro broadcasters who are in many cases looking for music to play.
And if royalties wasn’t enough to convince you, you could end up on a chart somewhere because in their words…
“Live365 reports weekly airplay charts in all major genres to CMJ, Radio & Records Magazine, Billboard On-Line and syndicates charts with 3rd party affiliates like” – Live365"
Cory goes on to say that he actually tried the service:

 "... I dusted off my Live365 account and started reaching out to DJ’s. Next thing you know, I had responses from 16  DJ’s and a wide variety of my tunes were in rotation on some pretty cool stations."

He then tells you step by step how to do it:

1. Find Stations
2. Reach Out.
3. Be Ready.
4. Follow Up.

Very Important!: Before you do anything, you need to register with Soundexchange, so someone is tracking your Royalties, and you will need to sign up for a Live365 account.

Read the entire article here.

If you try this or have tried it in the past please share your experiences.