Artists for Vieques – Digital Album
Artists for Media Diversity (A4MD), Media Alliance (MA) and the LPRC released ‘Artists for Vieques’, a digital song compilation, to help Radio Vieques rebuild after hurricane María. [More background here.]
‘Artists for Vieques’ is part of A4MD’s We All Rise Initiative where proceeds go to a sponsored organization and the noncommercial stations promoting the albums. Artist donate songs, organizations publicize and non commercial radio stations broadcast to help promote the digital album.
LPRC member stations who promote the album can get 25% of sales generated from links to A4MD on their websites, newsletter campaigns and social media. To track purchases back to stations, A4MD will collect information generated from sales linked to the stations’ websites, newsletter campaigns and/or social media, and from a quick survey people fill out when downloading the album. You will get instructions on how to set it up and remind your listeners to indicate that they heard about the album from your station.
To participate, you must sign up here.
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