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For all of you creative DJ's out there, please let the artists know who you are so they can network with you for airplay. :-) Don't forget to mention The Jazz Network to your listener's!! :-)

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What about Airplay direct ?

Started by Pascale Forté. Last reply by Eboniramm Nov 18, 2009. 15 Replies

Hello,I'm not a DJ, but a producer and manager from Paris, France, and I created some pages on the site someone here using their services and downloading songs for airplay…Continue

Tags: direct, AirPlay

How can we best assist these talented Artists?

Started by Shashona. Last reply by Cres O'Neal Jun 5, 2010. 13 Replies

Hi There;Im so pleased to be a part of this Jazz Network. And what a lovely group for Media to gather and come to work with one another. Im delighted to meet you all. My question is this... How can…Continue

Tags: Brainstorming, Media

Hey Everyone! Check out my material on Facebook! Feedback is welcomed!

Started by Hulon. Last reply by Jazz Bay Radio Apr 18, 2011. 3 Replies

Hey Everyone! Check out my Facebook and "Like" my page! Let me know what you think!

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Comment by Earl Okin on August 24, 2017 at 8:24am

I produce a monthly Podcast based on 78rpm reocrds. Usually a mixture of opera, vaudeville and classic Jazz.

Comment by Tracey Whitney on July 23, 2012 at 3:29pm

Hello DJ’s - I'm thrilled to be the featured artist on the JNWW this week! I've just released my second independent CD, “I Am Singing…Songs I Love.” It’s a collection of classic yet lesser-covered songs by artists like Stevie Wonder, Michael Franks, and Antonio Carlos Jobim, along with 3 original songs. I would love your support! Please visit my page here, or my website, and take a listen. Much love...

Comment by Cres O'Neal on June 20, 2012 at 7:46pm

Want air play?  We would love to play your music on WCJS Radio.  Please go to the following link to review our submission policies,  WCJS is listened to in over 112 countries world-wide.


Comment by Doug Martin on March 27, 2012 at 10:47pm

Hello Radio Broadcasters,

My name is Doug Martin.  I am a smooth jazz guitarist and would greatly appreciate your support with airplay of my new single, "Just Kickin' It" on the "Just Kickin' It" CD.  

Comment by Petra Caramela on February 6, 2012 at 7:12am

..check out my page and music, if you need a visual, voila my new clip


Comment by Dr. Kenneth Love aka Kenny Love on December 3, 2011 at 10:40am

Just stopping by to introduce myself.  Thanks.


Dr. Kenneth Love

Comment by Allan Holender on November 7, 2011 at 4:36pm

As a radio veteran of 50 years I am happy to join in with my fellow broadcasters both young and old. Fell in love with Jazz in the 1950's when I picked up Wes Bowen's show  from KSL in Salt Lake City.  His famous signature at the close of his show was "Jazz is Great So Watch Out! I've created a digital Jazz channel in recognition of Wes Bowen. All the hosts are local Jazz musicians who know their stuff. Give us a listen and let me know what you think.


Comment by Walter Bland on October 4, 2011 at 12:43pm

Hey there~ We are being featured this week on Jazz Network Worldwide and we are looking to be promoted on your radio stations...please drop us a line, you will be pleased with the new sound we have to offer!

Comment by Mary Talbot Fee on September 25, 2011 at 4:45pm

So many cool new stations coming onto the scene! My CD is on several, I'm happy to say. I don't think this would be possible without the prolific exposure that the interenet gives. I'm so grateful!


Comment by Rick Britto on September 25, 2011 at 3:35pm


New Contemporary Jazz CD 

"For Your Love"

by saxophonist Rick Britto

With all fresh and exciting originals songs for lovers to enjoy, crossing from R+B and Soul to Funk and Hip Hop even Reggae and Latin grooves this CD is appealing to a wide audience of Contemporary Jazz listeners


Please contact me for with your station information


Time and Again [from "For Your Love"] by Rick Britto


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