Keeping an open conversation with our customers is important to us, we want to listen to them and share their stories. Here it goes, our first WARM Story!
Today we are releasing new pricing plans that include bundles for EPs and albums. It’s now way cheaper and easier to subscribe for more songs!
For new or independent artists, there is no rule book or guide for what to do (or what not to do). Music Gateway offers great promotion and sync opportunities.
We are very pleased to announce that during May we have added a total of 33 new radio stations in 10 different countries for monitoring.
More people are home now than ever before making this the perfect time to push your music to its maximum potential. Here are 5 ways to promote your music during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From Bermuda to Bolivia, from United States to United Kingdom. We cover it all!
Have you ever considered what you can do to become successful with your music? We had a chat with one of our users, Greg Hayes, about what he is doing to promote his indie rock band on global radio!
Our fourth WARM talk will feature Dorian Perron and Jesper Skibsby. They are will discuss how to break into the French music industry and how to achieve more airplay on radio stations.
Join us for another exciting event and get to know more about Germany’s music industry and how to become a part of it!
Our first WARM talk featured Rachel Strassberger and Jesper Skibsby. They discussed how to do DIY promotion. Get the tips and tricks here.
On this exciting session you’ll get to know more about South African’s music industry and how to be part of it!
In this article we will be sharing inputs on how you as a musician can use these days, with COVID-19 setting the agenda, to exploit the insights airplay data can give you.
We met with industry veteran Rachel Strassberger (Head of Strassberger music consultancy). Here’s an insight into how she uses WARM and her radio-related work.
Danish radio stations are pushing Danish-produced music in the coming time. In dialogue with the Ministry of Culture, Danish radio stations now agreed to support local artists and rightsholders.
A new annual statement from WARM reveals what songs have had the most radio airplay in the United Kingdom in 2019. The list, which looks at the top 100 songs, contains both some expected as well as some unexpected titles.
Chilean artists are getting radio airplay far outside of their home territory. College and community radio in Europe and North America are responsible for much of the support and we take a closer look at what the implications could be.
ScHoolboy Q aka Quincy Matthew Hanley, American rapper and songwriter visited Denmark and performed at Copenhagen’s legendary venue Vega. We were there!
Radio stations are doing their best to help get you in the mood for the most romantic day of the year.
We’re very flattered that Music:Ally picked up the news about our investment round. Read the full article on their webpage or down below. We’ve been writing about Danish radio-monitoring startup Warm for a couple of years now: World Airplay Radio Monitor was one of our ‘startups to watch in 2018’, and its CEO Jesper Skibsby pitched at our NY:LON Connect conference that January. Now …
Music media Digital Music News covered our new seed investment round in this article. We’re really happy about the response we are receiving on our newest adventures. Read the full article below. Author: Marsha Silva (Digital Music News) World Airplay Radio Monitor (WARM), a radio-tracking platform, has raised about $1.37 million (€1.25 million) in seed funding after taking part in …