Get Your Music on the Radio–Until September 1, Radio Submit’s Rates Reduced July 31, 2009Posted by David W. King in Uncategorized.
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Online digital music distribution service and music discovery portal, Radio Submit, has reduced the price of their monthly fee for new artist accounts through Sept. 1, 2009.
The Utah and Texas-based company directly distributes digital music files and promotional tools for independent artists and labels to several thousand terrestrial and Internet radio stations, in addition to media outlets around the world.
“Radio Submit makes it possible for artists and labels to release their new album or single to radio stations around the globe simultaneously,” says Radio Submit founder Robert Bartosh. “With our service, an artist can upload their music in broadcast quality so that stations can start playing it on the airwaves the same day mastering is completed. Radio Submit is also very affordable and environmentally friendly, since no plastic or paper products are used.”
Unlike other similar distribution services, Radio Submit does not require special software to download files and is primarily targeted towards securing airplay for independent artists and labels.
Labels are allowed to upload an unlimited number of artists and songs for a monthly fee. Radio stations are given access to the Radio Submit database for free, which currently houses more than 1,000 artists.
Additionally, selected artists are featured each month in the Radio Submit newsletter, which is distributed electronically to radio stations and media outlets.
About Radio Submit:
Radio Submit was created in 2005 as a means for artists and labels to distribute music directly to radio stations and media outlets without the cost and issues associated with physical product and shipping. The company was the first Internet-only music distribution services for radio. For more information, visit http://www.RadioSubmit.com.