Slacker Radio lets your fans discover, share and buy your music via 300+ radio stations.
Strength: Reach. Slacker comes pre-installed on millions of smartphones and consumer electronics devices, in addition to being available for free in the Apple App and Google Play stores.
Slacker Radio makes it easy for fans to discover, share and purchase your music. Delivering hundreds of handcrafted stations that adapt to listener’s tastes, Slacker allows users to lean back and enjoy a DJcreated mix of the biggest artists, indie favorites, and tomorrow’s stars.
Slacker is available on every major smartphone and tablet platform, from Android and iOS to Blackberry and Windows, plus Smart TVs, consumer electronics devices and in the car. Slacker is also the only digital music service with onetouch billing agreements with every major wireless carrier in North America, making music easier than ever to purchase.
Important: All content delivered to Slacker will be available to their Premium Radio subscribers only. Once Slacker receives additional artist information from Allmusic.com, the music will then be available to all Slacker listeners.
Go Live Time
It takes 13 business days for content to go live in Slacker.
Slacker Territories(Where Music Sells)
Slacker is available in the US and Canada, where Slacker comes preinstalled on millions of smartphones and consumer electronics devices, in addition to being available for free in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
How Slacker Sells Your Music
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Pay Rate (How Much Slacker Pays You)
When a subscriber streams your music, you get paid a proportionate share of Slacker’s subscription revenue per month calculated on terms set out in SoundLegends’s blanket agreement with the store (this usually excludes streams during a subscriber’s free trial). Payments will fluctuate each month, depending on the amount of subscription revenue generated and how often your music was streamed.
GOOD TO KNOW:
We’ve built our Sound Legends to get songwriters (the person or entity that controls the copyright to the lyrics and melody of the composition) all their royalties from sales and use of their compositions around the world. To learn more about the additional separate royalties you earn as a Songwriter, see our Publishing Administration Help section.