Wednesday, November 14

Jango Airplay Is Now Radio Airplay



Radio Airplay Logo
If you logged into your dashboard recently you should have received a notice regarding our change from Jango Airplay to Radio Airplay. All it means is that we've gotten a facelift and made some improvements to the site to enhance your experience and the power of Airplay. The changes will in no way affect your existing account or music promotion except your account should now be accessed using www.radioairplay.com/bands/login

Radio Airplay will continue to provide a great service for bands/artists looking to get their music heard. We're pushing the boundaries to increase your exposure, and over the coming months we hope to make some exciting new features available to you as an Airplay customer. Your thoughts on the new site is of great importance to us and we will continue to gather feedback for a few more weeks, so if you have suggested improvements please email us.

We hope you like the new Radio Airplay, and as always we're happy to hear from you via support@radioairplay.com, 1-800-399-9318 or on the blog. All the best!

79 comments:

Anonymous said...

Anyone out there? I can't believe that no one has anything to say about Jango's sudden takeover.
I haven't had a single fan since Radio Airplay started running the show. Jango users have always been quite a vocal group. Let's have some feedback, please.

Anonymous said...

Although I like the new facelift I would like to know what happened to the report that shows me how many organic plays we have? For me that report was useful in figuring out what song stayed in the minds of our new fans the most. Maybe I'm just overlooking where the new report has been stashed but I really would like to see this report back if it isn't already.

Anonymous said...

The revised site seems to be comestic only. Because the information & reports seem to be greatly decreased from what was previously available. The 1st time you made "Improvements" you stopped showing "Son Likes". Now you are not even showing organic plays. If improvement means providing less information, please stop improving.

Spartacus Jones said...

I agree 1000% with the above three comments.

Spartacus Jones

Edward Rekers said...


Thank you,RADIO AIRPLAY.

New things always take a little time to navigate through.
I'm excited about the fact that you're " pushing the boundaries to increase the exposure of our songs!
It's all about having our songs heard by as many people as possible. Thank you,Ed

Outside my Window said...

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To be honest I love the new changes, it's a real transformation as far as the look,the name, and the fact that all my fans are still in place all data is still present, etc... Whats to complain about? They seem to be concerned regarding our opinions, for example, always asking for feedback which indicates the interest they have in our opinions, if expressed.

Simon Sullivan said...

Even though I've only been on Jango for two weeks, I can safely say I preferred the previous user interface.

Here's one beef I have: Why did they take away the Plays Remaining statistic? It was great to have the three stats: Plays Purchased, Plays Applied, and Plays Remaining (or however it was worded).

Why muck about with a feature that was truly useful?

And a small point: I preferred the previous colour scheme and identity graphic.

So, what's with the new name, anyway?

Anonymous said...

I want the likes listed for each song in the Compare All Songs

HotSlaw said...

I agree with Anonymous in that the Organic Play list was a vital statistical component of Jango --- extremely revealing of which songs resonate with fans ... the ultimate compliment, voluntarily searching out and spinning your song. Without Organic Play tracking Jango Airplay loses its luster for me--- Also I didnt see USA and international maps with fan representation colored in. I had noted for a year or so that I had fans in all 50 states but 1 ... Utah !! Kind of wondered what Utah had against laid back blues, but anyway was thrilled the other day to get my first fan in Utah ! From what I can see now... the current format wouldnt allow that highly detailed level of tracking and knowledge of a fan base.
Recommended changes:
---Track Organic Plays
---Geographically represent the fan base

Anonymous said...

Unless I've missed it, I have no way of knowing how many likes a song has in compare all songs. The new look just has me confused and frustrated. I agree, I think I'll put a hold on buying more credits. The old UI was simple but highly effective for me in judging where to spend credits. Sorry guys, but this one is a fail. Back to the drawing board huh. Why didnt you ask the artists for feedback before you messed it up?

Anonymous said...

Not a fan of the changes. "thumbs down"

Anonymous said...

I am desperately trying to find the feature that allowed me to send mass emails to the fans, where is it hidden? Seems to have disappear. I really like that feature. If it is still available, a little info please as to the where about.thnx.

Anonymous said...

The most useful feature to me was the individual play/"like" stats for the songs. I can't find it now, probably just stick to Reverbnation for free.

Anonymous said...

I take it either somebody went broke or somebody sold. In either case,I don't like the format. It looks and feels cheap. I do like the easier application of songs. Lets give the new owner a chance to fix our complaints before anyone bails.

Leland Scott said...

How about testing the new site on Safari? The page is completely unusable on my Mac. What gives? Who the hell designs a website in 2012 without thoroughly testing against all major browsers. (Yes, Safari is one of the major browsers.)
It looks like a problem with the CSS style sheet, is all. Can someone from Jango investigate please? If you can't fix I'll have to close down my account, as I can't do anything from this dashboard.

ezraz said...

wha happened?

major redesign, major changes, can't get into my site, can't get any images once i'm in, can't assign any credits, can't get anyone on "live help".

something not good here with jango. they used to have instant communication and a quick, bug free site. this is total night and day. very suspicious.

if it was the storm they would have communicated it.

i did notice they auto-charged my accounts, so that's still working ;-/

Anonymous said...

Im thinking about bailing too. A couple of my friends have already. I haven't yet as I want to see what pans out. Not too happy about spending so much $$$ here and then they changed it. I prefer the old look, there was nothing wrong with it and it worked for me. This new one feels kinda cheap. I notice that the option for paying is easy to find lol. The info needed to review data seems to be lost in the moving of house. Did they sell out? If they do change it back, I hope its soon before everyone bails.

Anonymous said...

Echo what everyone else has said. The missing "like" reporting is the biggest issue. Knowing what song was playing when someone became a fan of your music is crucial to determine how to spend money/allocate credits. Not having that info in a quick report format makes me leery about investing more.

Anonymous said...

The change is not a good one and the way it was introduced was really odd. Not a word prior to the change. I spent about half an hour trying to log into my account last Friday night. So many important features are no longer there. The whole site is just cheap looking and the old one was much better and easier to navigate. I may be leaving soon as well since I don't see how these changes benefit our group at all.

Anonymous said...

Reverb nation has an option where you can switch back to the old interace if you dont like the new one. There was no backlash from the artists as a result.

I wish I could communicate with fans on my artist page like they do.

With the old version, one look could tell me which song was popular and where I needed to spend credits. Theres nothing worse than having key elements taken away.

Chenoah Lee said...

Don't really care so much about the new look and feel. I don't think it is necessarily a worse site design, but as it is also not a clear and marked improvement, it seems to be more "change for change's sake".

Anyway, I can deal with the look and feel changes, and even the information architecture changes. What I don't like is the reduction in functionality that this change has brought.

The single biggest FAIL of this change, in my opinion, is the reduced data available in the Play Stats report. This has been my single most used report -- providing me with near real-time information that was incredibly useful in deciding how to allocate plays. Now this report is nearly useless to me. Organic plays and especially likes are critical missing pieces of information. In addition, it doesn't even seem to be correct -- it lists credits used and total plays as the same for all songs, which would seem to indicate that organic plays aren't even being factored into the total plays.

I'm also not a fan of the decreases in functionality on the credit allocation page. It was nice to be able to see the additional per=song info that was here before, and I also notice that there is no longer a play rate control. What replaces this? Is there now only one play rate? What is it, and how does it compare to the previous three options? I typically set this on the middle speed (think it was called "Faster", but there were occasions when I really needed to use the other two, particularly "Fastest").

Anyway, my single biggest complaint is with the Play Stats report. Fix that and I will adapt to the other changes. Leave it as is, and I will have to evaluate if this platform still makes sense for us.

Chenoah Lee said...

OK, Play Speed is still there, just in a different place.

So now my major complaint is just with the Play Stats report. It's a pretty huge deal, though.

Shirley Marie Bradby aka MiraBai Devi Dasi (JALEBI Music) said...

Anonymous said...
"I agree with Anonymous in that the Organic Play list was a vital statistical component of Jango --- extremely revealing of which songs resonate with fans ... the ultimate compliment, voluntarily searching out and spinning your song. Without Organic Play tracking Jango Airplay loses its luster for me."


"Anonymous said...
Echo what everyone else has said. The missing "like" reporting is the biggest issue. Knowing what song was playing when someone became a fan of your music is crucial to determine how to spend money/allocate credits. Not having that info in a quick report format makes me leery about investing more."

Anonymous said...
"The change is not a good one and the way it was introduced was really odd. Not a word prior to the change. I spent about half an hour trying to log into my account last Friday night. So many important features are no longer there. The whole site is just cheap looking and the old one was much better and easier to navigate. I may be leaving soon as well since I don't see how these changes benefit our group at all."


I AGREE WITH THE ABOVE COMMENTS! I liked the way the previous format looked and functioned! Plus the detailed information about "Organic play" and other play statistic info was more complete. Please change it back!

"If it ain't broke....don't try to fix it!" Just saying.....

John Daryl Blouin said...

I can't seem to find sent emails on the New Radio Airplay. That was very helpful to me. Maybe you can re-insert it? Thanks

The Langer's Ball said...

I miss the old reports, but I've called & emailed and I understand they will be back, that's awesome. I'd like to suggest a few more reports if possible. I'd like to see, not only which songs received a thumbs up, but also a thumbs down. I'd love it if I could get my demographic breakdown of age & sex for all songs combined, so I could create a better picture of who my fans is, instead of song by songs, I'd be interested in an aggregate. Same goes for my fan overlap, an "All Songs" option might be interesting & useful. I also wish I could see an all-time geographic breakdown, I like the week to week, but it would be interesting to see all the people & places my music has been heard since I joined up with Jango. Basically, more information please, This service has helped me expose a lot of people to our music, but it also helps me make decisions as an artist.

Anonymous said...

Seems like thier are allready less
people listening on the site. Their are probley issues on the listerns end as well with the new change.If RadioAirPlay wants to be up front with the artists on any
so called improvments and when they
will start maybe we will stay because so far the change is a joke
John 7 Days of Pain

Sam Page said...

I think it's significant that nobody from Jango has responded to any of these comments. I received two unsatisfying email responses from them last week and am really curious what's up. It's also noteworthy that their regular facebook posts came to an abrupt stop after September 27. In the meantime, I dropped down to the $10/month plan.

Anonymous said...

56I've been using Jango for several months now, and consistently have popscores between 94 and 99, and placed in the Top Ten 3 times.

I spend a lot of time on this site studying the Play Reports in particular, and tweaking what songs are getting played, and target artists. The info that USED to be available was extremely helpful to a number crunching kinda guy like me.

This so called "improvement" SUCKS. The fact that there are no more Organic Plays info, and Song Likes info, makes this site pretty much statistically useless to me.

I'm gonna play out my last 6000 spins, and get outta here if they don't start including this vital information.

TWO BIG THUMBS DOWN.

Anonymous said...

What the guy above just said. Im going to use up whats left in credits and then leave. You guys messed up something really great BOOOOOOOO!!!!

Anonymous said...

I like Langers idea, a dislike button so I know which ones to replace instead of putting money onto a dead horse. Bring back the likes for each song please, it was very crucial information to me in gauging how I was going to spend credits. Can we also bring back what Simon Sullivan said..plays purchased,applied and remaining. Reason being that, if I saw a song getting low on plays I would automatically top it up..or buy more credits etc. Hey when is someone actually going to come on here and say something? Your customers are bailing left right n center..now would be a good time to shed some light.

Anonymous said...

The fact that Radio Airplay has yet to issue a response to their artists who are obviously unhappy with these new changes isn't sitting well with me at all.

I am also a Top 10 artist that's thinking of bailing if they don't give us some answers and the statistics that we require to make educated decisions on what to play and what not to play.

This reeks of unprofessionalism, especially considering the artists are this sites bread and butter. If you got no tunes to play... you will have no listeners, and then the advertisers will bail as well.

Radio Airplay needs to step up and tell us WTF is going on! And fast!

Anonymous said...

Is anyone experiencing lower plays to fan ratios?
I usually see at least two fans per 40 plays but since Radio Airplay took over, I'm getting maybe one fan per 80 plays.
My pop scores have been in the mid- nineties, now they're down to low eighties.
Jango clients (eventually) got a message saying that Jango was now Radio Airplay. Are Jango listeners unaware of the takeover, i.e. are they still listening to Jango, or are they seeing a new Radio Airplay banner with a revised interface?

Makinwaves said...

Hey what gives Jango? I just bought some credits and put 50 on a song. As soon as the page refreshed it said I now have 49. I thought, shit that was fast! Went to the dashboard and none of my songs had been played. Are you skimming plays off of me?? WTF! It may be a loss of ONE credit but thats not the point. It all adds up over time. Now Im wondering if this has been happening all along. Very disturbing.

Anonymous said...

My fans have most definitely dropped off ever since the new changes. I was averaging 4-5 new fans a day. Now its 1 or 2 fans a week. Hmm I don't know about this, might try somewhere else. The new look doesn't tell me bugger all now except how to buy more credits, bye bye jango.

Pete Law said...

I find the new 'layout' confusing. Am no IT pro, but I find it difficult to navigate the new site. Why did you change it ?

Anonymous said...

Where is the Promo Module


You click on it and it just takes you to the info for the module

Anyone???

Anonymous said...

Why are you removing comments jango? Ive noticed that a couple of people who have mentioned something about not paying for more credits are promptly removed. You guys are slimier than a creek eel in your approach to customers. I hope your advertisers bail out..you'll probably delete this too.

Anonymous said...

Plz change bak to old won. i dnt lyk dis at all

Sam Page said...

The "like" data is gone, but ... it was misleading. First, there were multiple occasions when I had, say, 21 likes on 18 plays. That's impossible, so the data was inaccurate. Second, the same person could repeatedly "like" a song. So, if a song is played 1000 times and liked 40 times, who knows how many times the same person liked it? So ... I think the "new fan" statistic is better, because someone can only become a new fan once.

JD Carroll/ www.creativeventuresmusic.com said...

I can't find the 'sent mail' page where you could see each individual mail you send to fans. The only 'sent mail' is your own mass mailings. That is no good.

Anonymous said...

I see they are still posting to their blog that no one is commenting on. Yet everyone is over here waiting for answers. What a joke! Goes to show their mentality towards their PAYING customers. Hey let us know when youre ready to join the party jango. Its looking kinda quiet over your ways.
What was that? Oh right,everyone left for reverb. Does that not surprise you?

Anonymous said...

Okay. I talked to Radio Airplay via online chat on Monday and asked why I was getting so few new fans. They suggested I review my targeting and artists etc. When I said that my targeting has been working ok up 'til now, (151 fans in two months on the $30 a month plan) , they admitted that there had been a "general slow down" during the last couple of weeks that they were attributing to Superstorm Sandy.
Here's what's bothering me: as paying customers, we can control how many listeners hear our music. If someone has 3,000 plays at the fastest speed, 3,000 people are gonna hear their song. We have no control over how many listeners become a fan.
This week I have one new fan. In four days, with hundreds of plays. If Radio Airplay are controlling the number of new fans, then it would seem that Jango was too. They were just giving us more per 100 plays that the new owners.
So. Are we being had? Is this whole thing an elaborate scam to get money from hard working indie artists?
Jango was giving free plays via Pop Scores. I received 250 free plays every week. This week I'm gonna get 50.
Most of our "fans" are unknowns. No photo, no info. Are they generated? This #%+ t troubles ne mightily.

Makinwaves said...
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Brandon Turner said...

play stats. fix it. its not the end of the world, and i am still seeing increased album sales, and website traffic due to "Radio Airplay" but the play stats were great so you could PROVE how well your song was doing. Now all you can do is see how much money you decided to drop on promotion.

I will not leave because i cant measure organic plays, i am still getting great use out of you guys. but come on. what the hell were you POSSIBLY thinking removing that feature?

Brandon Turner said...

And to the guy above, no. the people are not generated, i have a friend that lives about 30 minutes away from my band Stained Ashes and she was listening to Bullet for my Valentine radio and heard us, and was so excited that she called to tell me.

Not generated, but i have noticed at certain times of the day (when people will most likely be using jango on their phone instead of the computer) they tend to be less interactive. Timing is as important as targeting, we rank with a popscore of 90-95 every week and get the 250 free plays and have STILL seen increased album sales and such.

Brandon Turner said...

our new fans per plays have stayed around 5 for every 40 plays, and has fluctuated very little, check your targeting :D

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the advice Brandon, nice to hear that you're not affected by the change.
However, my targeting was working fine, (3 to 4 new fans per 50 plays on average). Why should I have to re-target? Do we have a completely new group of listeners now?
As for your comment about generated fans, one person is hardly proof of anything. There are many companies out there who guarantee 10,000 Facebook likes or 10,000 plays on YouTube for $20. It's pretty easy to do.

LukeSteele said...
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Daniel Jay Paul said...

Format change on reports leaves the former Jango useless as a test marketing tool. Pay for play cannot make the numbers work as an economic model, but it was useful to see the contrast between songs on the ratio of Likes vs Plays. I've cancelled my auto subscription

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LYN CANTRELLE said...

YOU SAY.....(This is a copy of what we sent to all of your fans) Message from the Artist: Lyn Cantrelle.......I HOPE EACH INDIVIDUAL EMAIL DIDN'T GO TO ALL OF MY FANS!!!!.....PREFERRED THE OLD JANGO BUT I'LL GIVE IT A LITTLE TIME.........

Noel said...

Radio Airplay is totally unusable with Safari - why has this not been fixed?

We've got a whole bunch of new songs coming along, and I was planning on using Jango to get them out there.

Not until Safari access is fixed.

Anonymous said...

I have used Jango quite extensively to market my songs and build a fan base. Over the years many nice new features have been added that were helpful and appreciated. However, I must agree with many comments above that the removel of "Song Likes" and/or "Organic Plays" does not make sense and I would like to see this feature returned to the Play Stats Report. This is the single best way to gauge how songs resonate with listeners, even better than Pop Score in my opinion. I will await the return of this feature before I invest any more in Jango/Radio Airplay. It would be very helpful if some explanation could be given regarding why Organic Plays were removed from the report, especially since so many artists have stated how important this feature is to them.

Anonymous said...

It appears Jango is still the station for listeners and Radio Airplay is the vehicle for artists. If you go to radioairplay.com it takes you straight to the artist sign up page rather than any sort of radio station. Meanwhile, Jango.com continues to operate under the same name. Based on the artist feedback above, the business model transition is not as productive for artists and therefore removal of the Organic Play feature must be in the best interest of Radio Airplay to limit the information provided to artists as they assess the value of the service. There is no other logical reason to remove Organic Plays from the report.

Anonymous said...

In reply to Anonymous' last comment:
That's really interesting. Would you please elaborate?
Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Has anyone received any feedback from the admins of radioairplay? I'm really disaapointed that the reports we are asking to be returned have not been reincorporated as of yet.

We're spending all this money to have our songs played and yet the ability to make informed decisions as to which songs should be allocated leaves us in the dark.

Organic plays and song likes are too important to the artist to not have access to them. I've been patient and still continuing to purchase credits but like the others I am seriously contemplating pulling my artist and going elsewhere.

I can only hope that the administrators will take this to heart and make the necessary changes needed to keep us happy which in turn will keep you happy.

Anonymous said...

I emailed Radio Airplay on Nov11 and got a reply thre next day.
They said "Your organic spins, data and individual song performance data will return"
Three weeks later, nothing.

John Curtis Anderson said...

The transition to Radio Airplay was not a good one from the perspective of a dedicated Jango independent musician - myself. My Fan Count is way down since the transition and when I've logged onto the site as a user - the ads and popups are horrible & distracting - I suspect the 2 things are related. Also I have not had a single new Fan that shows Facebook next to their name - not sure how that works. No one communicated this change in advance and did not advise us who pay $100 a month what they were doing and how it was going to work. I'm also considering scaling back to the $30 a month level. My plays are also down significantly - end users may not be listening to the site as much due to the ads/popups.

The Langer's Ball said...

Please bring back the play stats! I have been assured by your customer service that you will, but when? That was my favorite function of Jango, both the real time input from listeners and also the thrill of seeing how many organic plays we got. There is so much less to look at on the site now, please bring back the old reports - you can call it your Christmas gift to your artists!

Anonymous said...

Overman is out. Waiting for proper metrics before signing back on. Otherwise it's just spiders down the plughole. Money gone for what? Show me!

Anonymous said...

The changes that were made are not improvements. The ability to adjust the pace at which songs are played you have removed. Now Im not sure if my songs are really getting played. You obviously did this to get artists to spend more money on credits, along with removing other vital stats that helped us understand our fanbase such as organic plays, and other detailed info.

Anonymous said...

The statistics is destroyed? I can't see each songs individual stats anymore. Upgrade and changes should be for the better not worse...

Anonymous said...

"You obviously did this to get artists to spend more money on credits" - quote anon...and did it work? Are you surprised it didnt? lmfao!! Must have been quite a shock to the system to see your profit margin shrink lower and lower with every passing day that you DIDN'T listen to your customers. I bet you thought you were getting a shiny new car for xmas with all the rip offs you are pulling huh? Im glad I bailed..theres no way in hell I am going to be treated like dirt on the count of your GREED!!!

Sam Page said...

To Jango's credit, the "like" data has been restored.

keewiz said...

I emailed Radio Airplay and pointed out that, despite their assurances, play stats have not been restored.
They replied that unfortunately, despite working hard, they have unable to reinstate this feature.
Makes you wonder, doesn't it?

Anonymous said...

I have been with Jango since they started playing indie artists and loved the results I got. I got lots of fans and positive comments. My band Sixty Miles Down was in the top ten numerous times. By using and tweeking the targeting I was able to get a lot out of this site. Unfortunately I think it is time for me to say goodbye. It doesn't seem worth it for me to pay for credits anymore. The reports seem almost useless now. I don't even know who is listening everyday unless I have credits. My plays run out extremely fast no matter how I have the settigs. All of this semed to happen overnight. I'll still use this site but unless things improve drastcally I'm not going to spend another dime on creits.

Stoker MacIntosh said...

Jango sucks.. too many unknown bands murdering thier instrumnets.. forcing folks to listen to someone who has no-talent has made me leave the site for good. good luck w/ that shit.

Anonymous said...

I'm not a musician but a former listener on Jango. I had around 100 friends there from all over the world. After Jango destroyed the socializing aspects of the site on January 31, 2013, we ALL left. Now we are at Pandora, Spotify, LastFM, GrooveShark,Slacker & MOG. Different countries have different offerings when it comes to internet radio. Best of luck to all of you musicians. I discovered a lot of new musicians via Jango through new musicians & from recommendations of friends.

Anonymous said...

I agree with the above comment. Jango is no longer worth bothering with. They deleted all my friends, messages and personal pictures without any warning. Jango was good a few years ago as a SOCIAL music site but there's better music only sites out there like GrooveShark. Sorry all you up and coming musicians out there, but nobody bothers with Jango anymore.

Lawrence John said...

Since the takeover/changeover to Radio Airplay, I miss the world map you could easily scroll over to see at a glance where your music was being heard most.
Now you have to spend a half hour going doing it the hard way, which is not worth the effort.
However, I'm really disappointed about the removal of organic plays. As they were free, I feel they were a truer indication of a song's worth, than PAID plays.
If they are not re-introduced soon, I think I'll probably stop using the site.

Tim said...

So why are organic plays not being reported? It is obviously and important statistic for helping decide on a song's popularity. And stats are what Jango is all about, for me. Or is there a concern that organic plays need to be paid for via one's PRO? Does anybody besides the users read these posts?

Lawrence John Project said...

Since my last blog regarding the loss of organic plays and the removal of the scroll-over fan map, I notice a complete lack of comments and fan e-mail address', which tends to suggest there are less people listening to Jango since the takover and changes.
With no e-mail address' or comments forthcoming even with a high popscore, I'm beginning to think that the listeners displayed may be robot generated.
I'm afraid Radio Airplay appears to be little more than a cold hard moneymaking operation.

Lawrence John Project said...

I forgot to mention in my previous blog, airplay credits, even on the slowest option, now seem to be used up much more quickly.
I used to be able get 7 days airplay with 3-400 credits, now they are all used up in 2-3 days.
This suggests a plan by Radio Airplay to use up credits more quickly so we have to buy more credits sooner.
Not happy !

Anonymous said...

So glad I found this blog! We got an email today from the Indie Band Bible's newsletter promoting Radio Airplay. It sounded "too good to be true" but I decided to check out the Radio Airplay (formerly Jango Airplay) website. The lack of real information and hyped claims sent my BS meter kickd into high gear. Reading this string of reviews and comments confirmed that this would not a be a good use of our marketing time and effort.

Thank you all for your honest contributions!

Anonymous said...

I used to listen to jango and socialise with other users all the time. Now there's nothing worth logging in for; the website is a mere shadow of its former self. This is so sad! :-(

Anonymous said...

There does not appear to be any accountability towards those paying for the service. The ads are horrible and chase listeners away. We will definitely be re-assessing our use of Jango in the future. Has anyone found a similar service that we can move to? It was brilliant being able to see the maps and organic plays. Thanks for all your valuable comments.

Anonymous said...

Try this site. I found it to be quite interesting and I am considering switching to their service. Oddly enough the name of the company is Radio Play Pros but is not associated with Radio Airplay. http://www.looking4airplay.com/

Anonymous said...

What happened to the "people" portion of the site? There is no "people" option. Is there no more chatting between users, no more "friends"?

Anonymous said...

rdWhat happened to the "people or social" aspect of JANGO, I no longer have friends nor see a people option. Can we no longer chat?