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PostPosted: Fri Apr 10, 2015 9:19 pm 
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Location: USA
Radio 1: www.radionomy.com/TheHipHopLounge
Radio 2: http://www.live365.com/stations/brookwatson
O.S: MacOS 10.7
Hello,

I am new to Radionomy and a recent Live365 defector. I have been using their service since 2001. As I transition to Radionomy I am really missing a couple features that were extremely valuable as a broadcaster.

1. Have the stats record what song was playing when a listener drops. Live365 called this the "loss rate" and every track had this stat associated with it. For example, song was played 200 times in last 30 days. 10 users dropped the stream during its play. This would be a 5% "loss rate". This stat was my the holy grail for setting my rotations. Users will like and dislike some tracks, but as long as they don't leave we are good. However, we need to know what triggers a listener to drop.

2. The ability for listeners to up / down vote tracks. Each track also had these stats associated with them for broadcasters.

These two important stats allowed me as a broadcaster to really understand which tracks were impacting my listeners and their TLH.

Thanks for considering these features for future releases.

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DJ Watts

Radionomy: http://www.radionomy.com/en/radio/TheHipHopLounge
Website: http://www.hiphoplounge.net
OS: Mac (10.10.2)
Country: USA (Mountain Standard Time)


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