How can I see which stations report to the Billboard airplay charts?
To see which radio stations and network channels report to the Billboard airplay charts:
- In BDSradio go to Charts/Panels:
- Choose the chart you're interested in:
- In BDSradio from Charts/Format Chart you can also click on the number of stations reporting to the chart to see the chart panel:
- In Music Tracking go to Reporter Base and choose the chart you're interested in.
What are the chart rules for the Billboard airplay charts for Mexico?
There are four airplay charts for Mexico available in BDSradio. Go to Charts / Format Chart / Mexico. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you do not have access to Mexico in BDSradio. All Billboard Mexico airplay charts are based on ...
How can I find out where a song peaked on the airplay charts?
In BDSradio many reports have a "Peak Chart Rank" column. Hover over the number in that column to see all of the Billboard airplay charts that a song has appeared on with "Peak Rank" and the "Peak Rank Date". "Peak Rank Date" shows the Sunday end ...
What is the difference between station-based airplay charts and genre-based airplay charts?
Most of the Billboard airplay charts are "station-based". Stations qualify for the chart based on the type of music they play, the percentage of Current songs being played, and their ratings. On station-based charts, all songs being played by the ...
Why is my song Recurrent on the Airplay Charts?
Current/Recurrent/Gold Rules applied in BDSradio, BDSRealtime and Music Tracking for each airplay format. Recurrent status is determined by the Billboard charts. See below for the Recurrent rules for each format. If a song falls off a ...
How do I make a Custom Chart in BDSradio?
A Custom Chart allows the user to select a specific group of stations to see an analysis of all songs being played by those stations. Click here to watch a webinar on how to get the most out of BDSradio Custom Charts. To create a Custom Chart 1. In ...