Scheduling Music: Use Strongest Songs Cushion Weak Elements

You know what your strongest songs are. Or at least you should. If you don’t, then the rest of this article doesn’t matter because you have an un-fixable TSL problem that clock management can’t possibly overcome. So we’ll continue, assuming you know the hits from the songs causing listeners to run away screaming.

Most programmers and music directors understand the importance of  balance in their music clocks. They know that spreading eras, tempos, textures, genres and categories through the hour provides a stable, dependable structure for the station. If you don’t already apply it you should check out the effective method of balancing your clock with the Spoke Theory of programming, insuring that a strong testing “power” is always between secondary songs

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