As you may be aware, for the last few years the Bell Media group of radio stations have run an ’emerging artist of the month’ program nationally across the chain. Participation does not appear to be mandatory for each station, however a large percentage of their stations are on board, when the selected song fits their particular format (CHR, HAC or A/C).

How (we believe) it all works is fairly simple. At the beginning of every month each of the chains’ MD’s and PD’s are welcome to submit a candidate to become the ‘Artist Of The Month’ and then everyone votes. Each station’s vote carries equal weight in the process and the most votes wins. The chain is very particular to not allow outside influence from the music industry and in fact doesn’t even announce the winner to anyone other than the actual winner. To the rest of the industry and radio at large, it will simply appear as a regular station add. It’s only a trained eye that will see a surge of unexpected adds, look at the calendar and figure out what just happened. From there each station commits to playing the winning song for 4 weeks (the month) in what equates to about a medium rotation. After 4 weeks, each station can individually decide to drop it or move it into regular rotation.

Yearly, the chain assembles a promo-only compilation CD that features each song from the previous 12 months which they give out to listeners, industry etc.

We’ll get into quite a bit of detail about the program’s selected artists and titles below, so here’s a bit of a highlight package in case you’re in a hurry.

In our sample of the last 25 winners (Jan 2010 – Jan 2012) the program has:

-combined for 70,000x across all artists on Bell Media stations
-The Top 3 spinning stations are:
Kool Victoria (12,000x), Beat Vancouver (11,000x) and C100 Halifax (7,600x)

-supported 8 songs which made it to the HAC Top 20
-supported 7 songs which made it to the CHR Top 20
-supported 6 songs which made it to the A/C Top 20

The top 3 spinning artists / singles were:
Alyssa Reid “Alone Again” – 10,380x
Kristina Maria “Let’s Play” – 8,248x
JRDN “U Can Have It All” – 8,193x

8 artists were Toronto based (32%)
5 artists were Vancouver based (20%)

The average (mean) number of spins received was 2,791x while the median was lower, at 1,670x.

And now for the hardcore info:

Looking at the data for the previous 25 “Artist of the Month” recipients (Jan 2010 – Jan 2012), it looks like the program does a reasonable job at generating spins and helping songs become hits, with a good number of tracks getting into at least the Top-20 at their respective formats (32% at HAC, 50% at AC, 28% at CHR).

For a developing or independent act, the program can be a great way to gain some profile and exposure. If the act is able to develop airplay outside of the Bell Media stations, that month of guaranteed AOTM spins can be a nice boost that helps to create more momentum for the song, especially if the song has multi-format appeal. This broad format appeal is key, and seems to be an underlying element of the selection process. To this point there have been no ‘urban’ or ‘rap’ winners, with the slight exception of the R&B leaning JRDN. Generally speaking, songs that are selected can fit comfortably on multiple formats, or at the very least not stick out like a sore thumb.

Hot A/C Impact
To the above point, at the HAC format, or the ‘format in the middle’ of CHR and A/C, all 25 songs achieved chart placement, ranging from #4 to #44, with an average of #29. Since HAC is the primary focus of the AOTM program (with 7 of the 11 Bell Media stations HAC), this is where they have the greatest success rate, with 84% of the songs cracking the Top-40. Breaking out the chart placements:

– One (1) Top-10 HAC
– Eight (8) Top-20 HAC
– Twelve (12) Top-30 HAC
– Twenty-one (21) Top-40 HAC

A/C Impact
With Bell Media programming only two AC stations (QMFM Vancouver & Majic 100 Ottawa), the AOTM program is hit-or-miss at the format. Almost 50% of the selected songs didn’t cross over, with only 12 of the 25 seeing play at AC. AC chart positions ranged anywhere from #3 to #85, with the average chart number working out to again be #29. Despite being quite selective on which AOTM material they support, the spins provided by the stations have helped out, with 75% of the 12 songs that did recieve airplay on the A/C outlets placing in the AC Top-40:

– Four (4) Top-10 AC
– Six (6) Top-20 AC
– Eight (8) Top-30 AC
– Nine (9) Top-40 AC

CHR Impact
CHR, much like HAC, saw chart activity from all 25 songs, but the chart performance, on average, was marginal. With the majority of AOTM songs leaning more HAC-friendly, the CHR chart success is variable, with activity ranging from #8 to #167 and the chart average being #60. Only 40% of the songs broke into the Top-40. While Beat Vancouver and Bounce Halifax have extended airplay to virtually every AOTM song, the amount of airplay can, at times, be described as minimal, especially at Bounce, where 52% of the tracks got less than 100 spins, and 80% less than 200 spins.

– Three (3) Top-10 CHR
– Seven (7) Top-20 CHR
– Ten (10) Top-40 CHR
– Thirteen (13) Top-60 CHR

Career Building
As for how useful the AOTM exposure has been in regards to helping develop careers, we really don’t have enough historic data to build an accurate picture of long-term success. But we can look at short-term success from the acts that won during the 2010 calendar year, at least as far as how their follow-up material performed.

— JRDN, Neverest, Stef Lang & Andrew Allen were able to release at least one (if not two) follow up singles that performed as well (or at least in the neighbourhood) for both the overall spin totals & chart rankings. All of the acts saw a continued level of support from Bell Media for the subsequent singles.

— Dirty Radio was able to generate at least some mid-chart interest with their subsequent releases, while Aleesia’s second follow-up performed much better than her first. Both of these acts saw a decrease in Bell Media airplay support on the follow-up.

— Despite scoring some serious, airplay, Laurell, Ricky J, Alisha Pillay and Jesse LaBelle were unable to generate any real interest in their follow-up, receiving less than 1,000 spins. All of these acts saw a significant decrease in Bell Media airplay support after the program ended for them.

— Aaliah Michaela and Miss Gold have done nothing since their brief time in the spotlight, with no follow-up releases.

So, based on the 2010 data, the batting average appears to be about a 50% success rate for acts being able to build upon their AOTM win and be more than the fabled “one-hit-wonder”.

Drill Down
Looking at the tracks individually, the data is radio-specific, with video play and any spins that occured at Alt Rock factored out, keeping the focus specifically on HAC, AC & CHR play. Percentages may not always total to exact sum due to rounding:

January 2012: Liz Coyles “Butterflies”
– First detection December 2011 at The Beat Kitchener (Corus)
– Overall: 30 supporting stations, 10 of them Bell (33% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 2070x
Bell HAC spins: 659x (31.83% of total airplay, 45.10% of HAC airplay)
Bell AC spins: 52x (2.51% of total airplay, 18.90% of AC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 153x (7.39% of total airplay, 45.80% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 864x (41.73% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #27 / AC #36 / CHR #95

– No follow-up single

December 2011: Adriiana “We Are Young”
– First detection October 2011 at K945 Moncton (MBS)
– Overall: 25 supporting stations, 9 of them Bell (36% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 1904x
Bell HAC spins: 691x (36.29% of total airplay, 59.21% of HAC airplay)
Bell AC spins: 26x (1.36% of total airplay, 76.47% of AC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 161x (8.45% of total airplay, 22.90% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 878x (46.11% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #40 / AC #– / CHR #89

– No follow-up single

November 2011: Jodi King “Happy”
– First detection September 2011 at 102 Clear FM Winnipeg (Rogers)
– Overall: 17 supporting stations, 10 of them Bell (59% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 1705x
Bell HAC spins: 841x (49.32% of total airplay, 77.01% of HAC airplay)
Bell AC spins: 43x (2.52% of total airplay, 9.09% of AC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 117x (6.86% of total airplay, 83.57% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 1001x (58.7% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #40 / AC #48 / CHR #113

– No follow-up single

October 2011: Scotty James “Wanna Be Loved”
– First detection May 2011 at The Beat Kitchener (Corus)
– Overall: 30 supporting stations, 11 of them Bell (36% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 2384x
Bell HAC spins: 569x (23.86% of total airplay, 52.58% of HAC airplay)
Bell AC spins: 154x (6.45% of total airplay, 14.50% of AC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 64x (2.68% of total airplay, 26.66% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 787x (33.01% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #44 / AC #22 / CHR #167

– No follow-up single

September 2011: Audio Playground “Famous”
– First detection June 2011 at NRJ Quebec City & NRJ Saguenay (Astral)
– Overall: 47 supporting stations, 8 of them Bell (17% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 12,449x
Bell HAC spins: 459x (3.69% of total airplay, 18.55% of HAC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 374x (3.0% of total airplay, 3.73% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 833x (6.69% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #28 / AC #– / CHR #31

– No follow-up single

August 2011: Nate Hall “Keep Moving On”
– First detection August 2011 (tie) K100 Saint John (MBS), CHUM Toronto (Bell)
– Overall: 17 supporting stations, 9 of them Bell (53% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 1456x
Bell HAC spins: 584x (40.1% of total airplay, 48.18% of HAC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 143x (9.8% of total airplay, 58.60% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 727x (49.93% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #43 / AC #– / CHR #90

– No follow-up single

July 2011: Kuba Oms “Electrolove”
– First detection May 2010 at Kool FM Victoria (Bell)
– Overall: 49 supporting stations, 10 of them Bell (20% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 11,601x (not including the 381x spins at Sirius The Iceberg)
Bell HAC spins: 2658x (22.91% of total airplay, 37.68% of HAC airplay)
Bell AC spins: 169x (1.45% of total airplay, 5.73% of AC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 623x (5.37% of total airplay, 38.98% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 3450x (29.73% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #16 / AC #16 / CHR #63

– No follow-up single

June 2011: Chromeo “Hot Mess”
– First video detection December 2010 at Much Music (Bell)
– First radio detection January 2010 at Wired Saskatoon (Harvard)
– Overall: 30 supporting stations, 8 of them Bell (26% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 5449x (not including the 30x MuchLOUD or 1x AC spins)
Bell HAC spins: 1044x (19.15% of total airplay, 37.81% of HAC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 626x (11.48% of total airplay, 23.28% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 1670x (30.64% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #33 / AC #11 / CHR #42

– No follow-up single

May 2011: Manafest “Every Time You Run”
– First detection March 2010 at Virgin Montreal (Astral)
– Overall: 19 supporting stations, 8 of them Bell (42% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 2471x (not including 3x at MuchLOUD)
Bell HAC spins: 866x (35.04% of total airplay, 49.31% of HAC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 258x (10.44% of total airplay, 36.08% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 1124x (45.48% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #36 / AC #– / CHR #73

– No follow-up single

April 2011: Raghav “Fire”
– First detection February 2010 at Hot 89.9 Ottawa (Newcap)
– Overall: 51 supporting stations, 8 of them Bell (15% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 28,099x
Bell HAC spins: 3373x (12.01% of total airplay, 27.78% of HAC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 1671x (5.94% of total airplay, 10.67% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 5044x (17.95% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #15 / AC #– / CHR #15

– Follow-up single “Top Of The World”, currently playing on 19 stations, 2 of them Bell
– Song currently has 1033 spins, with 245 coming from Bell (23.71% of total airplay)

March 2011: Kristina Maria “Let’s Play”
– First detection January 2011 at Virgin Montreal (Astral)
– Overall: 59 supporting stations, 9 of them Bell (15% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 37,101x
Bell HAC spins: 6448x (17.37% of total airplay, 38.04% of HAC airplay)
Bell AC spins: 1x (0.0026% of total airplay, 0.06% of AC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 1799x (4.84% of total airplay, 9.62% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 8248x (22.23% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #11 / AC #24 / CHR #9

– First follow-up single “FML x2” saw play on 12 stations, with nothing at Bell
– Song received 463 spins, (0.00% of total airplay)

– Second follow-up single “Co-Pilot” saw play on 56 stations, 6 of them Bell (10% of support)
– Song received 25,388 spins, with 2354 coming from Bell (9.27% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #27 / AC #– / CHR #10

February 2011: Destineak “Calling Your Name”
– First detection December 2010 at The Beat Vancouver (Bell)
– Overall: 36 supporting stations, 8 of them Bell (22% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 6985x
Bell HAC spins: 362x (5.18% of total airplay, 12.40% of HAC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 484x (6.92% of total airplay, 11.90% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 846x (12.11% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #31 / AC #– / CHR #33

– Follow-up single “Shine” saw play on 8 stations, none from Bell
– Song received 126 spins

January 2011: Alyssa Reid “Alone Again”
– First detection November 2010 Hot 89.9 Ottawa (Newcap)
– Overall: 99 supporting stations, 10 of them Bell (10% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 61,914x
Bell HAC spins: 7063x (11.40% of total airplay, 32.95% of HAC airplay)
Bell AC spins: 1110x (1.79% of total airplay, 8.72% of AC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 2207x (3.56% of total airplay, 7.95% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 10,380x (16.76% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #4 / AC #3 / CHR #8

– First follow-up single “The Game” saw play on 55 stations, 8 of them Bell (14% of support)
– Song received 16,962 spins, with 2150 coming from Bell (12.67% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #21 / AC #– / CHR #19

December 2010: Neverest “About Us”
– First detection October 2010 at Mix 97 Belleville (Quinte Broadcasting)
– Overall: 71 supporting stations, 10 of them Bell (14% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 28,605x (not including 1x at Alt rock Live 105 Halifax)
Bell HAC spins: 2158x (7.54% of total airplay, 18.40% of HAC airplay)
Bell AC spins: 122x (0.42% of total airplay, 1.75% of AC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 750x (2.62% of total airplay, 6.91% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 3030x (10.59% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #13 / AC #12 / CHR #14

– First follow-up single “Everything” saw play on 59 stations, 10 of them Bell (17% of support)
– Song received 15,249 spins, with 1701 coming from Bell (11.15% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #22 / AC #27 / CHR #27

– Second follow-up single “Lovesick” saw play on 20 stations, 1 of them Bell (5% of support)
– Song received 1101 spins, with 1 coming from Bell (0.09% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #73 / AC #– / CHR #157

November 2010: Dirty Radio “My Heart”
– First detection August 2010 at Virgin Vancouver (Astral)
– Overall: 24 supporting stations, 8 of them Bell (33% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 5743x
Bell HAC spins: 1387x (24.14% of total airplay, 37.34% of HAC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 833x (14.5% of total airplay, 41.05% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 2220x (38.65% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #40 / AC #– / CHR #44

– First follow-up single “Wanna Ride” saw play on 14 stations, 2 of them Bell (14% of support)
– Song received 3900 spins, with 805 coming from Bell ( 20.64% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #42 / AC #– / CHR #88

– Second follow-up single “Ground Shake” saw play on 27 stations, 1 of them Bell (3% of support)
– Song received 4987 spins, with 677 coming from Bell (13.57% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #58 / AC #– / CHR #45

October 2010: Aleesia “Angel”
– First detection September 2010 at Virgin Toronto (Astral)
– Overall: 33 supporting stations, 8 of them Bell (24% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 5812x
Bell HAC spins: 400x (6.88% of total airplay, 12.24% of HAC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 344x (5.91% of total airplay, 13.51% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 744x (12.8% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #30 / AC #– / CHR #36

– FIrst follow-up single “Not That Girl” saw play on 14 stations, none of them Bell (0.00% support)
– Song received 1678 spins, (0.00% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #74 / AC #– / CHR #99

– Second follow-up single “Life of the Party” saw play on 34 stations, 3 of them Bell (9% of support)
– Song received 6081 spins, with 534 coming from Bell (8.78% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #42 / AC #– / CHR #34

September 2010: JRDN “U Can Have It All”
– First detection July 2010 at Kiss Toronto (Rogers)
– Overall: 54 supporting stations, 9 of them Bell (16% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 36,125x
Bell HAC spins: 4901x (13.56% of total airplay, 37.30% of HAC airplay)
Bell AC spins: 352x (0.97% of total airplay, 70.11% of AC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 2940x (8.13% of total airplay, 13.07% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 8193x (22.67% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #15 / AC #– / CHR #10

– First follow-up single “Like Magic” saw play on 72 stations, 10 of them Bell (14% of support)
– Song received 34,821 spins, with 6326 coming from Bell (18.16% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #13 / AC #11 / CHR #11

– Second follow-up single “I Don’t Care” saw play on 48 stations, 9 of them Bell (18% of support)
– Song received 18,897 spins, with 3861 coming from Bell (20.43% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #26 / AC #– / CHR #15

August 2010: Jesse LaBelle “Easier”
– First detection April 2010 at Kool FM Calgary (Bell)
– Overall: 33 supporting stations, 10 of them Bell (30% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 14,176x
Bell HAC spins: 569x (4.01% of total airplay, 28.62% of HAC airplay)
Bell AC spins: 1097x (7.73% of total airplay, 9.93% of AC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 18x (0.12% of total airplay, 1.56% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 1684x (11.87% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #36 / AC #10 / CHR #119

– Technically, there has been no follow-up single. Jesse did release was a Christmas song in November 2010, a cover of Wham’s “Last Christmas”, which saw play on 27 stations, 4 of them Bell, with 959 spins, 138 from Bell stations.

July 2010: Andrew Allen “Loving You Tonight”
– First detection May 2010 at Kiss FM Vernon (Jim Pattison)
– Overall: 58 supporting stations, 11 of them Bell (19% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 25,531x
Bell HAC spins: 1148x (4.49% of total airplay, 12.49% of HAC airplay)
Bell AC spins: 1388x (5.43% of total airplay, 8.71% of AC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 98x (0.38% of total airplay, 15.17% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 2601x (10.18% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #26 / AC #5 / CHR #117

– First follow-up single “I Want You” saw play on 43 stations, 6 of them Bell (14% of support)
– Song received 8012 total spins, with 1121 coming from Bell (14% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #20 / AC #9 / CHR #–

– Second follow-up, “Your Time To Shine” saw play on 4 stations, none from Bell
– Song received 53 total spins

June 2010: Miss Gold “Insane”
– First detection December 2009 at Kool Victoria (Bell)
– Overall: 20 supporting stations, 9 of them Bell (45% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 1375x
Bell HAC spins: 691x (50.25% of total airplay, 55.95% of HAC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 86x (6.25% of total airplay, 61,42% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 777x (56.50% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #44 / AC#– / CHR #88

– No follow-up single

May 2010: Stef Lang “Mr. Immature”
– First detection April 2010 at CHUM Toronto (Bell)
– Overall: 50 supporting stations, 9 of them Bell (18% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 22,844x
Bell HAC spins: 2704x (11.83% of total airplay, 19.58% of HAC airplay)
Bell AC spins: 48x (0.21% of total airplay, 9.67% of AC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 743x (3.25% of total airplay, 8.70% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 3495x (15.29% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #12 / AC #69 / CHR #17

– First follow-up single “Slave2Love” saw play on 30 stations, 8 of them Bell
– Song received 7523 total spins, with 2597 coming from Bell (34.52% of total spins)
– Chart performance: HAC #35 / AC #90 / CHR #44

– Second follow-up single “Paper Doll” saw play on 4 stations, none of them Bell
– Song received 5 total spins

April 2010: Alisha Pillay “Convicted”
– First detection December 2009 at The Beat Vancouver (Bell)
– Overall: 30 supporting stations, 8 of them Bell (26% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 3627x
Bell HAC spins: 635x (17.5% of total airplay, 51.62% of HAC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 482x (13.28% of total airplay, 20.10% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 1117x (30.79% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #38 / AC #– / CHR #44

– Follow-up single “Love Drunk” saw play on 11 stations, only 1 Bell outlet (9% of support)
– Song received 323 total spins, with 90 of those from Beat Vancouver (27.86% of total airplay)

March 2010: Ricky J “Whatta Night”
– First detection January 4 at Hot 103 Winnipeg (Astral)
– Already spinning at Bounce Halifax, Kool Victoria & Beat Vancouver in January.
– Overall: 41 supporting stations, 9 of them Bell (22% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 19,518x
Bell HAC spins: 2,216x (11.35% of total airplay, 56.05% of HAC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 4620x (23.67% of total airplay, 29.68% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 6,836x (35.02% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #42 / AC #– / CHR #19

– First follow-up single “Paint The Town” saw play on 11 stations, no Bell support.
– Song received 754 total spins.

– Second follow-up single “Waiting 4 You” saw play on 9 stations, but no Bell (0.00 of support)
– Song received 172 total spins, (0.00% of airplay)

February 2010: Laurell “Can’t Stop Falling”
– First detection January 2010 at CHUM Toronto (Bell)
– Overall: 62 supporting stations, 10 of them Bell (16% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 23,279x (not including 1x at XM The Verge)
Bell HAC spins: 2029x (8.71% of total airplay, 11.18% of HAC airplay)
Bell AC spins: 369x (1.58% of total airplay, 2.69% of AC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 205x (0.88% of total airplay, 21.48% of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 2603x (11.18% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #17 / AC #10 / CHR #76

– Follow-up single “Fears Aside” saw play on 9 stations, 3 of them Bell (33% of support)
– Song received 188 total spins, with 12 from Bell (6.38% of total airplay)

January 2010: Aaliah Michaela “Letter To Your Heart”
– First detection December 2009 at CHUM Toronto (Bell)
– Overall: 13 supporting stations, 9 of them Bell (69% of support)
– Total spins, all stations: 916x
Bell HAC spins: 449x (49.01% of total airplay, 62.79% of HAC airplay)
Bell AC spins: 42x (4.58% of total airplay, 100% of AC airplay)
Bell CHR spins: 137x (14.95% of total airplay, 86.16 % of CHR airplay)
TOTAL Bell spins: 628x (68.50% of total airplay)
– Chart performance: HAC #40 / AC #85 / CHR #95

– No follow-up single.

If you have any questions or comments please feel free to email or call me.

Gary McDonald
Frontside
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