New Music Weekly Magazine, covers the Radio and Music industry with its published magazine, website, and e-NMW alerts. New Music Weekly magazine is built by radio stations who “break” the hits first.
New Music Weekly magazine begun its Radio Network in 2003 with it icon radio show entitled “Labor Day Weekend Radio Special”. Since then it has released six syndicated radio specials annually including Memorial Day , Labor Day , Christmas, Independence Day, Valentines, and End Of Year special. New Music Weekly accepts submissions for the both “pop version” and “Country version” of each syndicated special. Both version highlight the newest and the best artists at Top40, AC, Hot AC, Country and College radio!
New Music Weekly brings music to your door. Like what you hear on our Future Hits CD Compilations? Subscribe and get serviced music from record labels and artists worldwide. We will connect you to a variety of genres including Top40/CHR, AC, Hot AC, Country and College. Every issue includes insight reviews, feature articles, exclusive photos, editorials, industry news and much more.
New Music Weekly prides itself in providing the industry with the most accurate and current data each and every week. We have dedicated entire sections of each weekly magazine towards the progression of Top40/Pop music. Features include editorials, highlights of top singles impacting radio, new music spotlights.
Our AC format consist of the most “cutting edge” radio stations within the United States. Those selected to be reporters are stations which survive by “breaking” music by both Major and Independent artists. . .a foundation which the format has been built on.
New Music Weekly has revolutionized the way radio and record executives look at charts. As the industry leader of information, our Country Chart information covers music played at radio stations worldwide.
Always two steps ahead, New Music Weekly has been known for creating trends. Such is the case by partnering with music industry leaders in providing digital music delivery, radio airplay tracking within a vast panel of formats including College, AAA, Loud Rock, RPM, Hip Hop, Jazz and Americana, in additional to mainstream formats such as CHR, AC, and Country. Formats stand on their own foundation; industry executives have quickly realized that there is much common ground within radio playing all genres.