Independent Recording Artists Are Gaining World Wide Exposure On Broadcast Network For Indie Artists
- From: Art Laurent <artlaurent88@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 20 Jun 2012 07:03:47 -0700 (PDT)
Broadcast Network For Independent Artists (BN4IA) began programming on
May 19, 2012 to over 200 terrestrial (over the air) radio stations
around the world and five internet radio stations. Since BN4IA began
programming, they have picked up additional radio stations including
Radio Brandy, which provides programming to over 200 college dorms in
the U.S. and Indie 98 FM in Los Angeles and it’s affiliates in over 40
countries. The company also broadcast by satellite to over 25 Million
home in North and Central America and this month will begin
broadcasting to over 200 Million homes and businesses in Europe and
the Middle East. The company broadcasts the music of independent
recording artists from around the world on a 24/7 basis.
Independent recording artists who have been added to rotation on the
BN4IA include Canadian artist Beatrice Love and her songs “Cold
Shoulder” and “Genuine”; Elina Vasiljeva from Latvia and her song “I
Can See Changes”; “Taken Away” by the English band, The Particles;
Snez and her song “Green” from Australia and there are an additional
12 independent recording artist from the international market being
added by the end of June. U.S. independent recording artists who are
receiving song requests include the band Leadership by Assault from
Seattle and their song “Sober Up” and the song by Cutting Edge called
“Venomous Love Affair” which also entered the national digital radio
charts top 200 last week at #88 and the international independent
digital charts at #25. The biggest surprise is the “fun, quirky,
alternative” band Naked In Public and their song “Gray Haired Lady”; a
song about Gray Haired Ladies, of course. BN4IA congratulates Doug
Fergus and his band, Naked In Public for having the most requested
song of the week.
Most of the recording artists jumping on BN4IA love the idea that the
company offers a store on their site so listeners can buy the songs
directly from the station as opposed to having to search for the song
on the internet. According to Music Director Ricky Ric, “the bands
also love the fact the listeners of the radio network dictate which
songs receive the most radio airplay on BN4IA”. Ricky Ric also stated
“some of the bands with the higher rotation are beginning to
accomplish this by letting their fans know to do song request and
purchase songs at the BN4IA music store each week”. Bands receive
points each time their song is requested or when someone makes a
purchase of a song or album. “It is better to let the listeners
dictate what is played on the radio as opposed to having some
corporation dictate it” according to Ricky Ric.
Broadcast Network For Indie Artists was formed by the independent
band, Cutting Edge to help independent recording artist around the
world to expose their music around the world through the stations of
the network. To submit songs to BN4IA or to listen to the station,
simply go to http://www.bn4ia.com
You can also listen to BN4IA by going to Shoutcast and entering bn4ia
in the search bar.
You can join the Broadcast Network For Indie Artist on Facebook at:
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