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We have high hopes for 2020

Posted by TRCKtrace on Dec 30, 2019 10:16:51 AM

The end of the year is always that period when you look back and forward. What have I been doing in the past twelve months? What am I going to do in the next year? At TRCKTrace we also struggle with these feelings.

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Topics: monetize, artists revenues, music monitoring, music industry, music royalties, music database, soundaware, music recognition

TRCKTrace joins SoundAware Group

Posted by TRCKtrace on Dec 5, 2019 11:40:37 AM

TRCKTrace has joined the SoundAware Group. Joining the Hilversum based media monitoring company is a logical next step within the strategy of registering and reporting music monitoring via SoundAware's fingerprinting technology and TRCKTrace's monitor solutions for the music industry.

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Topics: monetize, artists revenues, music monitoring, music industry, music royalties, music database, soundaware, music recognition

Are you ready to boost your career?

Posted by TRCKtrace on Nov 15, 2019 11:51:00 AM

Would you like to work for a company that recognizes your individuality, passion, and gives you the opportunity to contribute in meaningful ways from day one? Join us now and boost your employability with an internship at one of the fastest growing music tech start-ups in Europe.

Our internship lasts for at least 6 months and is set up for 32-40 hours per week, but we are always happy to prolong your internship into a full time opportunity!

Your average day consists of writing blogs on multiple subjects, handling our SEO/SEA efforts and growing our reach on social media. Next to that building strong relationships with our growing number of clients all over Europe will be a key part of your day-to-day business.

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Topics: Insider, music industry, marketing, internship

Podcasts - The Key To Success

Posted by TRCKtrace on Oct 16, 2019 12:03:00 PM
At conventions and conferences such as Radiodays Europe and NAB , but also on online forums, there is a lot of speculation about what the radio landscape will look like in the future. How do you remain relevant as a station for the constantly changing listener habits?
 
Podcasts have been in and out of the spotlight for quite some time but what makes them so appealing to the listeners, and why are they are they becoming more and more popular?
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Topics: Insider, music industry, podcast