Re: Voicetracking vs. Premium Choice

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Posted by Jeremy Andrews on February 06, 2013 at 13:08:11:

In Reply to: Voicetracking vs. Premium Choice posted by Jerry Ward on February 04, 2013 at 23:31:51:

Simple, Premium Choice is 1 big generic log that runs 24/7 for each format. Kinda like a satellite service small market stations use, except it's a music log with generic voice tracks from the best of the large market DJs in each format.

The DJs don't say the station name. The music is all the same. All that has to be added is local liners/imaging and local stopsets.

When a station is voice tracked, the DJ has to voice track for each station individually which takes more time.

Madison has a surprisingly low amount of Premium Choice programming for a market of it's size. I think Z104 only has a few hours of it on the weekends. They're all just generic music logs with generic voice tracks.

You can hear them on the HD-2 channels 24/7 and on iHeartradio (Each format has a name. The Alternative Project, Hit Nation, The Beat, Foggy Mountain, Wild, Today's Mix, Soft Rock, Rock Nation, Cool Oldies, Real Oldies, Big Classic Hits, etc)

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