[JPL] RE: Promoters & Reporters: Spinitron & web playlist

Bradley Stone stonebradley1 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 5 17:38:50 EST 2012


We  are apprently going to be going over to the Spinitron system in the
near future.



On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 2:11 PM, Arturo Gomez <arturo at kuvo.org> wrote:

> You might recall that last week I posted an inquiry about Spinitron to no
> avail, however I signed up for a 30 day trial, it looks promising. I am the
> only one posting on Spinitron but the lists should be off line until we
> decide to enroll or ignore at the end of our trial
> We have the same on line playlist as KCSM, it's the former Public
> Interactive now NPR Digital services, all of our hosts post their playlists
> on it and I use several times a day to answer listeners inquiries or do
> research on it. Here's the major drawback for the playlist, unless you have
> administrative access you're limited to the past 30 days of searching.
> Also, it would take several hours every week to take 40 to 50 new releases
> and enter their names in the artist field to see how many spins have been
> played, then to be accurate you have to subtract the spins by the
> artist/group that are not from the current album being charted
> It appears that Spinitron maybe the best, I have to let the trial run its
> course and then see the results
> Arturo Gómez
> Music Director
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