Google+
Subscribe to: Newsletter      Comments      News

How to submit music for Ukhozi FM airplay

Posted by radio On May - 25 - 2017

All submission material is to be forwarded via HARDCOPY to the stations library department ( Sabc-100 K.E. MASINGA ROAD, please attention your sample to: Library ). you can use one of the following options to submit
– Drop your track off at: Ukhozi FM, SABC Durban,100 KE Masinga Road, Durban, 4001
– Or Post your track to: Ukhozi FM-Music For Airplay, P.O. Box 1588, Durban, 4000.

 

Once you’ve submitted, please allow a period of 7-14 days. This is to log an artist onto the library system and have a shelf number. Music is then forwarded to the music committee, where a decision will be made as to whether or not the submitted will be added to the Ukhozi FM playlist.

 

 

Due to the high volume of music submissions and Ukhozi FM’s selection process, we cannot contact all the artists with feedback. If you have not heard from Ukhozi FM after six weeks, please consider your submission unsuccessful.

 

 

Standard requirements:

– Hard copy submission (we do not take digital submissions at the moment)

– Mp3 format and radio friendly/radio edit

– Submitted material to be of proper sound(mastered)

– Submission to fall within radio sound(genre/sound etc)

 

Hard Copy requirements:

-CD cover is necessary

– Listing of artist / title track / song duration /must be SAMRO registered / publisher / composers and cd number
DIGITAL SUBMITION WILL BE LAUNCHED SOON

 

 

DJ MIXES 

Make a 30min Mix.
Write up a track listing.
Upload track to www.sendspace.com  or www.yousendit.com  or any other file sharing service.
E-mail link and track listing plus a bio and contact details to the presenter of that particular show

 

Did you like this? Share it:

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.

YFM launches topical talk show Perspective on Y

The show will focus on bringing about change and driving solutions through conversations. The first and second episodes will unpack […]

SAfm makes changes to its 2020 line-up

The South African Broadcasting Corporation’s (SABC) talk radio station SAfm, remains the only national talk radio station with the largest […]

5FM makes changes on station line-up

5FM yesterday announced their changes to the presenter line-up for 2020. The station will continue to focus on a strong […]

Kaya FM wins big at the 10th South African Radio Awards

On 17 April 2020, members of the radio fraternity tuned in from various parts of the country to celebrate the […]


TAG CLOUD

POPULAR


For more information on COVID-19 and government regulation: Click here