WKYS 93.9 , WPGC 95.5 and Music Choice Talk to DMV Artist.
Washington DC (Nov 3, 2009) -There has been a lot of tension in the air, or shall we say "on air", between DC's local artists and its local radio stations. Countless artists criticize local radio for their lack of support for music by area artists, while many radio personalities and staff feel independent artists do not understand what it takes to break a record on mainstream radio. There are always two sides to every story..
On November 13, 2009, I Got It For Free along with The Dope Society will bring you both sides at Strictly 4 Radio, a monthly open panel discussion with some of DC's top radio personalities.
Panelists include -
*DJ Quicksilva, P Stew and EZ Street of WKYS
*DJ Heat and DJ Reddz of WPGC
*DJ DNA aka "Wild Child" of The Music Choice Network
The panel will touch on everything from the importance of radio, how to get airplay, what BDS means, how to present your music to local radio and more. Following the panel, there will be an opportunity for artists in attendance to have their music heard and voted on by panel members.Special presentation by organic clothing line, Broccoli City
Sounds provided by Strange Music's Miss DJ Gemz
Strictly 4 Radio is sponsored in part by The Glass House, The Board Administration and Fusicology.
Strictly 4 Radio is a free event that is open to all ages and will be held at The Arc, located at 1901 Mississippi Ave. SE Washington, DC 20020. Doors will open at 5PM. Seats are limited and early arrival is strongly suggested.For more information, RSVP and/or media credentials email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Strictly 4 Radio
Friday, November 13th, 2009 5PM-9PM Free Admission All Ages Welcomed Food will be sold with a 100% proceeds going to The Arc
*Different types of radio *The importance of Major/Indie/Online/Satellite radio *What is a BDS? *How to get airplay? *Who's Who at the radio station? *Local radio supporting local artist? *The process for independent artists to get airplay *The package (Best way to present your music to radio stations)