New Year’s Resolutions posted on January 30th, 2012
By Aaron Taylor
So, here it is…The end of the first month of the year.
How are those New Year’s resolutions working out for you? Even if many (or all of them) have fallen by the wayside at this point, the way I look at it, it’s still not too late. Here is one completely achievable New Year’s goal, resolve to more fully utilize one of the most important tools in your programming arsenal…MusicMaster!
Perhaps you’ve seen or heard about some of the features and functionality I’ll touch upon here, but either you’ve never had the time (or the knowledge) to put them into practice or maybe you weren’t even aware they existed. Let’s resolve to change that today. (more…)
"We don’t play that anymore, so why did it reconcile back into the logs?" Reconciliation Tip posted on April 27th, 2010
By Marianne Burkett
MusicMaster has a fantastic feature called Automatic Reconciliation. Once we set it up for you – it will look at your Automation System logs and reconcile that information back into your MusicMaster logs. This is an especially helpful feature if your announcers have the freedom to drop, juggle or change out the songs they play – or if you over schedule your hours in MusicMaster. Occasionally, I’ll get a call from a client who says – “We don’t play this song anymore, but after we run reconciliation – it adds it to the log”. (more…)
Setting up reconciliation in MusicMaster with your automation system posted on January 6th, 2010
Are you reconciling your logs?
You likely already have (or had used in the past) some method to keep track of what songs were actually aired on your station that weren’t initially accounted for when you scheduled the music logs. (more…)