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Author:  Bob [ Tue Jan 20, 2015 11:32 am ]
Post subject:  Owner's manual « Planner » Radio Manager Online

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Owner's manual « Planner » Radio Manager Online - V2.2

Accessing the Planner

1 - Planner

2 - Audio

3. Clocks

4. Day Templates

5. Planning

6. My Files

7. Security

Author:  Bob [ Tue Jan 20, 2015 4:54 pm ]
Post subject:  Introduction


If you haven’t already signed up, visit our site
Once you have signed up and your radio station has been created (avatar, tags, description, etc…), you will have access to the tab “Planner”.

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Please note! This interface is available only after you have created your personal account!

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Author:  Bob [ Tue Jan 20, 2015 5:02 pm ]
Post subject:  Accessing the Planner

Accessing the Planner

In order to access the “Planner” section of the Radionomy site and to enter the section where you can create your radio station, you must sign in. This information is identical to that which you entered when you signed up. Your login is the email address you provided in your profile.

NOTE 1: To avoid seeing this screen next time you log in, tick the box “remember me”.

NOTE 2: If you have forgotten your password, visit . It will be sent to you by email.

On, you can also change your login email address and password.

NOTE 3: For more help and to join the community Radionomy, visit our forum:

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Author:  Bob [ Tue Jan 20, 2015 5:05 pm ]
Post subject:  Introduction


The Planner is a comprehensive tool created especially by Radionomy so that both professional and amateur users can program web radios.
Getting the hang of it won’t take long, but you need to understand some simple concepts regarding the professional applications of managing a radio station.
In this first section, we will revise the different parts of the Planner so that we become familiar with the terms used. You will find instructions concerning the operation of each of these elements in the following chapters. These elements will always be present on the screen when you use your Planner.

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Author:  Bob [ Tue Jan 20, 2015 5:10 pm ]
Post subject:  1.1 The menu

1.1 The menu

The menu bar contains the main actions to create and manage your radio station.

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“Audio” allows you to put music on your radio station by uploading it yourself. You will find “Boxes”, Jingles, Promotions … All the types of
sounds that you can use and upload are sorted. It is the main element to manage your audio tracks.

“Clocks” are the specific sequences of boxes that structure your programming in Day Templates.

“Day templates” is the Planner tool to create your typical days, composed of clocks, playlists, podcasts and promos.

“Planning” contains your radio station calendar and allows you to load your “Day templates” and program your radio in advance.

"My Files" includes all the sounds you have uploaded to the RMO.

"Safety" allows you to add programmers to your radio and define the rights of each of them individually.

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Author:  Bob [ Tue Jan 20, 2015 5:13 pm ]
Post subject:  1.2 The Radionomy Player

1.2 The Radionomy Player

This reader can be used both to listen to and monitor your radio, and to pre-listen to tracks available in the Boxes under the tab “Audio”, or later, after programming, in the “Planning”.

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Author:  Bob [ Tue Jan 20, 2015 5:24 pm ]
Post subject:  1.3 Search bar

1.3 Search bar

The search bar allows you to search in your personal selection.

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The search bar includes a search field to type the word you are looking for (artist name or song name), a small magnifying glass to launch a basic search and finally the button ‘Advanced Search’ to access the advanced search feature

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Author:  Bob [ Tue Jan 20, 2015 5:29 pm ]
Post subject:  1.4 Your Browser

1.4 Your Browser

The menu, always at the top of your Planner, allows you to browse the different elements of your Radio. Each menu brings up a different panel, with a new menu on the left. These sub-menus help you to find your way around.

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Below is an example of the screen that will appear when you select “Audio” in your browser.

  • Name of your active radio station (you can create several radio stations and manage each of them here)

Next, you will find the list of boxes available in the following order:

  • Smart
  • Music
  • Playlist
  • Jingle
  • Promo
  • Voice Tracks
  • Podcast
  • Fillers

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You can click directly on the keypad of the desired audio category to access your boxes or create a new one, or use the dropdown menu on the left side of the page.

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Author:  Bob [ Tue Jan 20, 2015 5:37 pm ]
Post subject:  2.1 What is a box?

2.1 What is a box?

All of the musical elements that you will use for your radio station will be categorized in different Boxes, which you can create and configure yourself. Creating Boxes allows you to segment different audio tracks according to your criteria within each Audio category.

These Boxes are typically used to classify musical styles (Hip Hop, Rock, Funk, etc…), but you can create as many Boxes as you want to introduce more variety to your musical program or your jingles.

For music, a series of Boxes might group together musical eras (70s, 80s, 2000, etc…), a particular type of energy (Chill Out, Dynamic Wake-up‏, etc…), a country or language (French, Hispanic, English, etc…). You decide how to best categorize your library.

For Jingles, a traditional categorization might be: Morning, evening or night jingles. But you can also create a specific Box for Christmas, summer, winter, public holidays and Sunday.

When generating a day schedule, the component of a box will be selected according to its representation in your Clocks and your Day Templates. We will see this in more detail later in this document.

NOTE: A Box can contain as many tracks as you want. The same audio track can be uploaded in as many boxes as you want.

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Author:  Bob [ Tue Jan 20, 2015 5:48 pm ]
Post subject:  2.2 The different types of Boxes

2.2 The different types of Boxes

The boxes are divided into different categories, which you will find in the "Audio" section, and in the left column as well as in the keypads of the main page.

Let’s detail the functions of each of the classes represented in the image below:

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Unlike the traditional Boxes (which are selections of songs that you have made), the dynamic Boxes allow you to apply filters to the other Boxes. These filters enable you to have a dynamic list of songs.

In practice, this type of Box provides you with the possibility of selecting, according to your taste, songs containing the word “Christmas” which you can then program for the month of December, or a selection of French songs for a special Francophone program, for example...

If one of the Boxes is changed either by adding or removing files, the track list in the Smart Box will be changed immediately - this can be useful when you want to create a New Hit Smart Box, for instance.


All Music Boxes imported by you into the platform.


The playlists that you have created and imported.


The Jingles Boxes that you have imported.


Self-promoting ads, ads about events and programs, or any other recurring message that you want to program regularly or during a certain period.


Messages, ads and Voice Tracks that you want to insert into a Playlist or Planning.


All Podcast Box imported by you or selected on the Radionomy RSS.


The Filler Box contains only 2 minutes audio tracks (120 seconds, to be exact), imported by you, they will be broadcasted to listeners who are not geographically targeted by the advertising breaks.

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