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PostPosted: Thu Mar 06, 2014 6:24 pm 
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And a better way to time and set daily playlist. [Also] export our music present list to excel and arrange all music, jingles, commercials, etc. then import back in. It would be better if Radionomy could develop a page to sort this better with a built in timed playlist. It will improve playing and timestamps for commercials, podcasts, particular song play, etc.

Amen to this! PLUS, put a permanent commercial slot(s) into the template with a filler tune to fill the commercial gaps (if any) and provide PSA's for any use. If it's not time in the station life for commercials, let us fill it with PSA's or music to get ready for the future insertion times.

In short, I would like to see the planning tool improved.

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A related idea: the possibility to plan different filler packs at different time slots, without manually having to change the filler pack.

Some stations (like mine) are broadcasting themed shows, the fillers don't always fit.

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Good Vibrations wrote:
A related idea: the possibility to plan different filler packs at different time slots, without manually having to change the filler pack.

Some stations (like mine) are broadcasting themed shows, the fillers don't always fit.



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Dollz wrote:
And a better way to time and set daily playlist. [Also] export our music present list to excel and arrange all music, jingles, commercials, etc. then import back in. It would be better if Radionomy could develop a page to sort this better with a built in timed playlist. It will improve playing and timestamps for commercials, podcasts, particular song play, etc.

Amen to this! PLUS, put a permanent commercial slot(s) into the template with a filler tune to fill the commercial gaps (if any) and provide PSA's for any use. If it's not time in the station life for commercials, let us fill it with PSA's or music to get ready for the future insertion times.

In short, I would like to see the planning tool improved.



Great suggestions!


We'll pass them along.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 15, 2014 11:50 am 
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Hello

Here is a suggestion done by a producer ( on another topic)

It would be wiser to copy it here

Happy week end :)


http://board.radionomy.com/viewtopic.php?f=34&t=4705&p=19410&sid=d97c83805cd1262560b87e356a1f4b21&sid=d97c83805cd1262560b87e356a1f4b21#p19410


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 15, 2014 4:23 pm 
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I've been in the Radio business for many years thought I'd try some of my idea's on Radionomy. What you have done is impressive on a world stage but you can't be a true Radio DJ on the system that you currently have because you can't accurately talk over the music. I have several weekly syndicated programs I wanted to produce on your system but can't because your Voice Over Technology isn't accurate or up to date with what's in Radio today. I understand not everyone is a talker but it's a major part of Radio.

MY opinion; you need to completely rework your Voice Over Music software. Most important to the announcer is hearing the voiceover he or she has done in real time in order to make sure the hit points are correct. One other point fading the music in from 0 db to whatever volume under the Voice isn't todays Radio, it sounds cheap the operator needs to to set the volume of the music under their voice as we preview it, then save it and it's done.
Many times I have set the hit points on music (you know, when to start the next song or jingle) and sometimes it worked most of the time it didn't leaving the dreaded "Dead Air". These are critical things that tightens up your sound and impacts the audience it's important for Radio Image.
One other point; When we hear a mistake and make changes to a song intro, outtro or Promos, Jingles whatever we have control of. That change needs to become effective throughout the entire system including the planning time line, the Clocks, Day Templates as quickly as possible without us having to reprogram everything taking much time and example would be simular to the Dynamic box make one change the effect is felt throughout the system this would save a lot of time.

I really look forward to creating some Awesome Radio Stations on Radionomy my thing is Production & Voice Over Technology, Programming, Teaching and Helping others learn. I enjoy it and thank you for your time there's a Big World out there.

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So now that we all know that Radionomy is Capping Streams to only allow for 300 Concurrent listeners to listen to your stream.. How do fellow Radionomy Broadcasters feel about this? How does this motivate you to try and get more listeners and improve your broadcasts?

I am amazed at how this company treats their broadcasters. We (the broadcasters) who have helped put Radionomy on the map are getting rewarded from Radionomy with the following:

1) Capped Streams - Only 300 concurrent listeners can tune into your stream at one time

2) Non payment of revenue earned

3) Shady Stats that are absolutely bogus

4) 8 - 12 Commercials / hour inserted into your stream.

In the Radionomy TOS it states:

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Did you know that you can make money with Radionomy? A radio station created in our network can generate significant income for you (up to $5000/month!).


HOW???? It is Impossible to earn $5,000/month when they are capping our streams at 300 Concurrent Listeners. Just another flat out lie by Radionomy.

ZERO Reward for any hard work that we do. All that Radionomy talks about is how many listening hours they have.. They never give credit to any producers. Instead they bend us over and shove it up our asses. They have never once mentioned anything in their TOS about having stations Capped - It has ALWAYS been UNLIMITED listeners. Just another flat out lie by Radionomy.

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Greetings all

a very useful and interesting thread this,
I agree totally on some of the points/suggestions while others , I have to admit, slightly worry me.
but here is my input.

I sincerely hope the programmers do NOT change the RMO cosmetically , or drastically, so that suddenly we have to re learn everything. but add functions and improvements that will simply enhance our work.

Re: Adverts.. I actually have no problem with two slots of 2 minute adverts twice an hour, it's a necessary evil; however the ads SHOULD always have a more or less SET schedule, and not suddenly increase or violate the terms that radionomy has set out. If for what ever reason Radionomy CANT get the ads to conform to a set schedule ( i have a horrible suspicion that this is done on purpose for ''business/commercial' reasons , i.e. if the listener doesn't know when the ads are appearing they wont be able to adjust their listening habits to avoid them) THEN the ads should appear in the planning/Csv.. That way when we are promoting the playlist/schedule we know exactly what songs are being skipped due to the ads and so on.

Re: Song being ''approved'' when being uploaded, i guess i will go against the general flow here and say that this is absolutely necessary! While most Producers will take care with the quality/bitrate and metadata, too many, I am afraid, due to time and/or simply laziness, upload tracks that do not conform to the standards that SHOULD be obligatorily.
Here radionomy is simply making sure that a quality standard is kept.

Talking about Standards, the Radionomy MUST be improved/properly maintained by at least one dedicated staff member whose job it it is to source music tracks and make sure they are correct, length/Quality/metadata wise : see my thread here: viewtopic.php?f=35&t=4779

I also tend to agree that, EVEN when playing live, at ALL times, there must be metadata for the listeners to see, one reason for copyright reasons, to ensure those who need to get paid do so, the other reason is even more basic, the musicians are any radio's essential lifeblood (unless the radio is 100% talk radio) without the musicians , no radio, so the very least we can do as producers is to make sure that their name and song title is displayed.. I know this was NOT done in the old fashioned radio of days past and in my less than humble opinion that is a major factor why the biz we call music started to implode :)

The twitter function must be fixed or NOT offered UNTIL it can be fixed, judging by threads here, this is wasting a LOT of peoples valuable time. the search engine function MUST be improved to reflect all radios and playlists.. just a test on songs that have just played on my radio and although corrected uploaded and genre coded nothing came up!

since ALL the songs we upload are hosted by Radionomy on their servers, all of the tracks should be added to the general Radionomy library, as long as they are correctly uploaded and have all the correct metadata/sound quality.. this would improve our choice as producers by oh say 3000% and that means a better quality service to the listener

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2014 1:05 pm 
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We do not cap listeners, why would we even want to do that?
If you have a tool or screenshot showing we are capping your audience, please feel free to share it with us or send me an email.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 07, 2014 2:41 pm 
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Greetings all


since ALL the songs we upload are hosted by Radionomy on their servers, all of the tracks should be added to the general Radionomy library, as long as they are correctly uploaded and have all the correct metadata/sound quality.. this would improve our choice as producers by oh say 3000% and that means a better quality service to the listener


I totally DISagree with this suggestion, if I've spent the time and effort to purchase and upload $3000 worth of music (say at 99 cents a track), why would I want anyone else (my competition, really) to be able to use my tracks freely?


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Greetings all


since ALL the songs we upload are hosted by Radionomy on their servers, all of the tracks should be added to the general Radionomy library, as long as they are correctly uploaded and have all the correct metadata/sound quality.. this would improve our choice as producers by oh say 3000% and that means a better quality service to the listener


I totally DISagree with this suggestion, if I've spent the time and effort to purchase and upload $3000 worth of music (say at 99 cents a track), why would I want anyone else (my competition, really) to be able to use my tracks freely?


the quality of the library has to be improved somehow.. how about this, when uploading the tracks you can tick a box saying whether or not you give permission for it to be added to the data base for all to use..

then its your choice if you want to keep the music to yourself and your radio or if you want the music to be heard by all.. i honestly cant see how it would harm you doing the latter, but i do agree with you, thinking about it, it should be up to the individual producer.

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