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How to Get Your Song on the Radio

November 2, 2012
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Indie author Jim  Raposa

If you’re a budding musician, you know how challenging getting radio airplay can be – it can also be expensive.

But in his new book “Airplay,” longtime radio broadcast and music marketing professional Jim Raposa shares insights and strategies to help you, the budding musician, to get that airplay.

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Read the First 10 Pages of this book

Jim’s advice is frank, often humorous…but dead on the money regarding how to put the odds of success in your favor.

Jim leans on his own years of experience and expertise to show you how to develop a proper list of target radio stations and media outlets, how to follow-up – even how to prepare your mail-out packages for optimum success.

If you’re an up and coming musician, vocalist or band … this is the book that will help you land on playlists of top radio and media outlets across the U.S. and the world.

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The Indie Author Life

Starting in the early 1980s Jim Raposa built a successful career in radio – in various on-air, programming and management roles for some of America’s most recognized corporate radio names.
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Jim then transitioned to music entrepreneur with his own audio production and marketing company, Raposa Media. For twelve years, he produced and hosted the syndicated radio show “Frank & Friends,” spotlighting the music of Frank Sinatra and his contemporaries.

Today Jim reaches a daily worldwide audience via his broadcasts on TheStandardsChannel.com.

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