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2.6.2 Editing Constraints of a Particular Soundtrack

You can also edit a particular soundtrack in your box.

To do so, select a soundtrack and click on the edit icon.

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You will then go to the same edit page as the box, except now you can rename the box, but your settings will only affect the soundtrack selected.

This defines a Jingle or Voice Track associated with your selected title.

You also define specific constraints for this title, both at the repetition and broadcasting levels… BUT there is a rule for constraints:

"The most restrictive constraints rules out the more permissive constraints"

Specifically, it will be impossible to set a less restrictive constraint on a box title. However, you can reinforce a constraint for a title; it will then take precedence over the general
constraint applied to the Box.

There is an exception: constraints below the default values (60-60) set for a Box take precedence over the default constraint value for a title (60-60) unless it was edited with other
values.

Specifically, if you set an artist constraint equal to 45 on the Box, this constraint will be applied by default to all the titles, even though their default value remains set to 60. Only if
you edit this "Artist" constraint on the specific title with a more restrictive constraint, it will then take precedence over the others.

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2.7 Sharing the content of a Box on Social Media

You can share a Box or some of its soundtracks on Facebook or Twitter upon their broadcasting.

To do this, simply follow these two steps:

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2.7.1 Linking your radio to your Social Media

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In the "Settings" tab of your Radio Manager, select the "Social Share" tab in the left column.

Then simply click on the buttons "Facebook" or "Twitter" and follow the prompts to specify the account you want to link your radio to.


NOTE: You can set the Fan page of your radio station if it is sub-page of your main Facebook account (Target).




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2.7.2 Linking a Box or a Soundtrack to specific Social Media

To automatically generate messages to your Facebook and/or Twitter accounts from your program in the Planner, you can:
  • Either open a Box and click on the tab "Share " to share all the items of your Box upon their programming

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    or click on the specific Box soundtrack category and then click on the icon "Share" by running your mouse over the relevant Box

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  • Either select a soundtrack from the Box and click the icon "Share" if you want to generate a message when programming this title

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You will now arrive on the edit page of the Box or soundtrack selected for the Social Media

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On this page you will find:

    • The name of the Box/Soundtrack to be shared

    • The boxes you’ll have to check depending on whether you want to share your information on Facebook and/or Twitter

    • The field in which you can compose the message that will be sent to your Social Media.

    For your convenience, you can use the "jokers" to directly integrate in your message the relevant box name,
    the artist name and/or soundtrack title to be broadcasted and the link to your radio on http://www.radionomy.com.
    These jokers are of course optional, and you can also add text or the website of your choice.

    Note that these messages are limited in size (140 characters in Twitter and 500 in Facebook)
    and also that the use of jokers can lengthen the message based on the content that will actually be sent.
    For example, the joker %tit% has only 5 characters but the title that will be sent will likely be much longer.

Remember to save your data and to regenerate any existing plannings for this feature to be taken into account.

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2.8 Copying a Box to another of your Radios

You manage multiple radios and you want to include a Box you have created in another radio? It’s easy!

Open the Box you want to copy and click the "Copy to" button

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You will arrive on the following page:

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Select the radio on which you want to copy the Box and confirm with the "Copy" button. A message will appear confirming that the box has successfully been copied.


NOTE: The sounds that you have downloaded in the box will be included in the account of files downloaded into the destination radio in "My Files".



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 Post subject: 2.9 Smart Boxes
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2.9 Smart Boxes

These Boxes have two features:

  • They are fed only through filters applied to your existing Boxes.
  • they are dynamically feed based on the addition (or removal) of soundtrack titles in your own Boxes.

This way you can easily create “thematic” Boxes for special occasions (Christmas, New Year, etc.) or specials (artist, year, etc.)
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By clicking on the name of a Smart Box you have already created, you have access to a table with two columns.

Filtered boxes

Select your personal Boxes to be the object of an automatic search based on specific filters determined by you.

Filters

Once you have specified the Boxes/Streams, you can apply the filters you want to determine which title will appear in your Smart Box.

You can add as many filters as you want to refine to narrow down your selection. By clicking "Add Filter", you’ll go to the following page:

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  • You can choose whatever name you like for the filter
  • The field specifies whether the filter is applied to the title, artist, year, language, date added or tag
  • The Operator determines the specific condition based on the field (contains, does not contain, equal to, different from, etc.)
  • The Value specifies the criterion to be applied by the filter

In the image above, we have created a filter named "Michael Jackson (Artist)" to indicate that the search on Boxes selected in the column on the right would focus on the artist name, that the field should contain (among others) the term that is defined in the value, in this case "Michael Jackson".

We could narrow down the Smart Box search further by adding a filter on the years, e.g. only titles released on 1975-1985, and so on with other filter types.


Note:

  • When you add Boxes or new filters, the "Refresh" button will immediately update the Smart Box content.
  • If you copy a Smart Box to another of your radios, only the filters will be copied. You will need to redefine the filtered Boxes which will be affected by the filters.



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 Post subject: 2.10 Music Boxes
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2.10 Music Boxes

The Music Boxes contain all the songs you have imported from your hard drive.

You can create as many boxes as you want. Unleash your imagination! Create your boxes according to your own idea of what your radio programs should feel like. You can imagine a series of boxes that group periods (60's, 90's, etc.) or hours of the day (breakfast, morning, evening, etc.), a music genre (Pop, Lounge, Jazz, Urban, etc.) a language (English, French, Spanish, etc.), a particular artist, etc.


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2.10.1 Import your own Music

On the chapter 2.5 Importing - Validating - Editing your own soundtracks, we have explained how you can incorporate the soundtracks from your hard drive to your Radio Manager. These files will not be shared on the platform and Radionomy will entail the payment of broadcasting rights provided that you comply with the Producer's Agreement governing music imports. Below you’ll find an excerpt:

« Radio Producers agree to only upload songs for which they have legally acquired the media (purchased CD or MP3 file from a site respecting copyright). Should any titles uploaded by a Radio Producer be found to have been acquired counter to copyright, such Radio Producer shall be held liable and not Radionomy under any circumstances.

When uploading songs, the following mandatory information is requested: the artist’s name and song title. Radionomy reserves the right, based on rights holders’ requests, to request additional information. Radio Producers shall provide such information correctly, exactly, and in full. Radio Producers shall comply with the technical specifications requested by Radionomy. »


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 Post subject: 2.10.2 Box constraints
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2.10.2 Box constraints

Even though the Planner generator will tend to balance the number of broadcasts for each element within a Box when developing a planning, we will remark the importance and usefulness of repetition and broadcasting constraint detailed in chapter 2.6 Editing Box/Soundtrack Constraints

Repetition constraints will set to ensure that the Box will not be ignored by the generator due to very strict restrictions, or conversely, when the restrictions are too lenient, to avoid a too frequent playback of the newly added titles to balance the number of broadcasts with respect of the remaining titles of the Box.

The generator will check the artist constraint also for a duo (trio...)

Artist names must be separated by :
" - ", " & ", " ft ", " ft. ", " feat ", " feat. ", " featuring " 'without " and space included.

For example, if an artist constraint is set to 60 minutes on a box, and if the generator chooses "David Bowie & Queen" from this box, the constraint is also applied during the next 60 minutes to "David Bowie", "Queen", "David Bowie - Queen", "Queen - David Bowie", "Queen & David Bowie", "David Bowie ft Queen", "Queen ft David Bowie", "David Bowie ft. Queen", "Queen ft. David Bowie", "David Bowie feat Queen", "Queen feat David Bowie", "David Bowie feat. Queen", "Queen feat. David Bowie", "David Bowie featuring Queen", "Queen featuring David Bowie".

ATTENTION : Due to international broadcasting rules imposed on webradios, "Music" boxes have a minimum repetition constraint on the artist of 45 minutes.

The Broadcasting Constraints, in turn, will allow you to cancel the playback of a specific soundtrack in a Box during specific times or hours upon programming the Box.

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 Post subject: 2.11 Playlist Boxes
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2.11 Playlist Boxes

Unlike Music Boxes from which the generator will randomly pick soundtracks to create its Planning, Playlist Boxes will be included in its entirety in your program and its content will be broadcasted in the order you have set. Each Playlist is then a "customized" program, created entirely by you.

ATTENTION : Due to international broadcasting rules imposed on webradios, "Playlist" boxes have a minimum repetition constraint on the artist of 45 minutes. This is the only constraint applied to a Playlist Box.

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