How do you get radio air play?
Create a band press release kit and mail promo CDs with you kit to DJs of stations that play your genre.
The current (as of October 2009) radio announcers for the Arizona Diamondbacks are Matt Williams who is a Radio Analyzer, Greg Schulte who does the Play-by-Play, Tom Candiotti who is a Color Analyst for radio broadcasts and Jeff Munn who is a Host and also does the Play-by-Play. Oscar Soria does the Play-by-Play for the Spanish listeners and Miguel Quintana is the Color Analyst for the Spanish-language radio broadcast of the Arizona Diamondbacks games.
-- The speed of radio in air is the same as the speed of light in air. -- That in turn depends on the temperature, pressure, and humidity of the air. -- At 'STP' (standard temperature and pressure) the refractive index of air is listed as 1.00027. So the speed of light/radio would be 99.972% of the speed in vacuum. That's 299,711,536 meters per second, down from 299,792,458 in space.
It is one of the two: 1. People don't like the song and don't listen to the radio when it is playing and this causes the radio to not play the song because that radio wants people listening so it can make money on ads. 2. The radio doesn't play that type of music and plays music that most people like.
You need to get the Radio Card from Kanto. The Radio Tower in Kanto is in Lavendar Town. Go to one of the girls at the desk, and she will quiz you on Pokemon. If you get all the answers right, you win a Radio Card. This will enable you to play radio programs in Kanto. One of the stations is the PokeFlute.