"The listener request line has always been the primary channel for radio stations to connect with fans. Our Social Radio Request App gives it an update, enabling Twitter and Facebook conversations to take to the airwaves."
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 31, 2011
Spins.FM, a web and mobile service that enables fans to request their favorite songs on local FM radio via Twitter and Facebook, today launches its Social Radio Requests App for radio stations. The app makes it easier than ever for radio stations and listeners to connect on Facebook while giving radio stations a complete view of what their listeners want to hear – and where they are dialing in from – at a glance.
“The listener request line has always been the primary channel for radio stations to connect with fans. Our Social Radio Request App gives it an update, enabling Twitter and Facebook conversations to take to the airwaves – and radio station program directors and DJs to improve their presence on social media while tracking what their audiences want with more precision than ever,” said Spins.FM founder David Baker.
How it works:
Radio stations can sign up at spins.fm/radio where they have the option to add the app to their Facebook page, enabling fans to easily request songs via both Facebook and Twitter. The app also automatically adds a request tab to the radio station’s Facebook page, displaying the most requested songs as well as distinguishing local requests from global requests so stations can focus on their core local listeners even as they get requests from all over the world. To get started, click here and request a free trial.
Spins.FM helps music artists tap the power of the social graph to get their songs requested and played on local radio, still the most proven way to drive demand for local performances and increase single sales. To get started, visit Spins.FM.