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[INFO] 2 - Consult & Understand Your Daily average audience
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Author:  lnthiebaut [ Fri Jul 05, 2013 1:11 pm ]
Post subject:  [INFO] 2 - Consult & Understand Your Daily average audience

2-Consult Your Daily average audience

With Radionomy, you can freely create your radio (Authors Copyrights and Streaming host cost are in charge of Radionomy). But you may have to respect further conditions as broadcasting adverts or reach a minimum audience level (Your radio must reach above 130 hrs / day after 9 month of the activation of your radio. Activiation = First planning sended).

This daily audience average will be controlled as explaines below :

Let's have an example:
Day 1: Activation of the radio (FIRST PLANNING GENERATED AND SENT)
Day 1 + 3 months : audience average level 12 hours/day
Day 1 + 6 months : none evaluation
Day1 + 9 months : audience average level 130 hours/day

Starting that date (D1 + 12 months, D1 + 15 months, D1 + 18 months,....) EVERY THREE MONTHS, your average audience level will be checked to be certain it is still above the requiered level: 130 hours/day.

In order to help you to regularly follow your daily audience average (updated each week), you must connect to this URL : "" (you may have to identify yourself with the same login as the RMO one), then you must select in the menu at the right (confer item 2 on the following capture) the radio you want to consult.

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The number shown here (item 3 of the capture) is your daily average audience, calculated for your radio on the last 30 days (254 Hour(s)/Day in this picture).

You might ask yourself how this average is calculated by 30 days for months that count "28,29 or 31 days" ?
Statistics system shows you the average of the audience you have reached on the last 30 "sliding" days.

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As you may observe on the upper image, if you consult your statistics on November 23rd, the analysis system will go back from November 23rd to October 25th.

It's the same way on this second example (there are 30 days) :

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Last example with the month of February (28 or 29 days) :

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Note: When a consequent issue occurs on the platform, the technical team according to their appreciation and expertise (i.e: duration, number of servers concerned, ,...) then decide to skip the average of the problematic day; so it is not integrated in the calculation.

(Date Version: June)

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