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Shazam, which first launched in 2002, is a free app for both Google Android and iPhones that can identify songs for you. It uses your smartphone's microphone to listen to the song playing, whether it's on the radio, TV or even just in the pub and then identifies it from its database of tracks.
The song played more than 10,240 times in a week, reaching an estimated audience of more than 70 million listeners, according to Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems, an airplay monitoring service, and the chart-keepers at Radio & Records, a music trade magazine.
According to this list, You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' is the most played song, with 8 million airs.
Radio stations play what they think people want to hear. Repeated songs and shorter playlists help guarantee that, since, if you play Old Town Road (for instance) 30 times a day, then odds are, the listener will hear that and be happy and stay tuned and presumptively hear more of what they want to hear.
Originally Answered: How much does an artist typically make each time their song is played on the radio? In the USA, larger commercial radio stations pay 12¢ per play, college stations pay 6¢ per play. Half that money goes to the publisher, the other half goes to the songwriter (or songwriters).
As we've mentioned earlier, in most markets, both songwriters and recording artists are typically paid royalties any time their music is played on the radio. So, for the American-based music industry, only songwriters and their publishers (owners of the composition copyright) are paid performance royalties for airplay.
In the US, terrestrial broadcasters (AM or FM stations) do not pay performers or sound recording copyright owners. they only pay the songwriters. So, for every time Baby One More Time plays on the radio Max Martin and his publisher receive performance royalties from ASCAP (Max's PRO).
Mechanical Royalties In the U.S., the amount owed to the songwriter is $0.091 per reproduction of a song. Outside the U.S. the royalty rate is around 8 percent to 10 percent, but varies by country.
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