Why is this title highlighted in red in my Add report or station playlist?
The artist/title requested is not registered to the BDS database (mp3 file or any audio file) or the artist/title is being spelled incorrectly. Any songs that are manually entered and highlighted as exceptions will be reconciled by our Media Services team before the chart deadline.
I am trying to report a song as an Add and can't find it in your database.
For radio stations who report Adds or Playlists to www.bdsadds.com/bdsreports If you are trying to report an Add to www.bdsadds.com/bdsreports and can't find it in our database you might be spelling the artist name or song title differently. Less is ...
Why are some Adds automatically calculated in Music Tracking?
An "Add" represents a commitment by a radio station to put a particular song into rotation. Stations that report to the Billboard airplay charts login to www.bdsadds.com/bdsreports and report their new Adds each week. Monitored radio stations that ...
What does Going For Adds mean?
When a radio station reports a song as an "Add" that means they have made a commitment to give that song airplay. BDS clients that are promoting songs to radio can list their songs as "Going For Adds". Radio stations then receive a weekly email ...
When will my station be reinstated for reporting?
Once a station has been removed from a Billboard reporting panel due to Downtime, there is a monitoring period of 2 weeks of consistent airplay after the issue is resolved. If there are no issues with detections during that time, the login ...
How do I get my station monitored and tracked in BDS?
Billboard, record companies, music publishers, performing rights organizations and advertisers rely on BDSradio station monitoring. BDSradio measures the most impactful, highest rated stations across the US, Canada and Mexico. If you aren’t monitored ...