'Memories’ by Maroon 5 was the most played song on Dutch radio stations in December. The track was heard no less than 664 times on various public and commercial channels. The hit by the American band is followed by 'Dance Monkey' by Tones and I with 644 plays. Post Malones ‘Circles’ was played 637 times and completes the top 3.
'Valerie' by Mark Ronson and Amy Winehouse was the most played track on Dutch radio stations in the last decade. The record of the British producer and the singer who died in 2011 could be heard more than 13,000 times on public and commercial channels. The top three also consists of 'Rolling In The Deep' by Adèle and 'Somebody That I Used To Know' by Gotye. The highest score for a Dutch artist is 'No Mercy' by Racoon eighth position.
SoundAware Media Monitoring further shapes its European ambitions with the acquisition of no fewer than three companies: TRCKTrace, Adfact and RTV Monitor. Acquiring these three companies is a logical next step within the strategy of registering and reporting media use and spending on online and offline media in addition to automatic music recognition via SoundAware's fingerprinting technology.
'Only Human' by The Jonas Brothers was the most played song on Dutch radio stations in November. The album was heard no less than 592 times on various public and commercial channels in last month. The hit by the American brothers is followed by Maroon 5 with 'Memories' with 536 plays and Kygo & Whitney Houstons 'Higher Love' and 'Dance Monkey' by Tones and I both with 511 plays.
SoundAware is expanding its senior team to accelerate its growth strategy and today announced that Floris Slootmans is appointed to streamline the international business development of the Dutch company. SoundAware is specialised in realtime automatic content recognition and recently expanded its portfolio with Sabam, the Belgian Association of Authors, Composers and Publishers.
SoundAware, a leading supplier of Automatic Content Recognition technology and Airplay Monitoring services has started to deliver detailed Dutch airplay data to the Dutch Foundation for Exploitation of Neighbouring Rights ("Sena"). Using its digital fingerprinting technology, SoundAware is monitoring music usage on a large number of radio and TV stations on a daily basis for Sena.
SoundAware, a pioneer in automatic content recognition technology and music airplay monitoring, announces today the hiring of Alex Terpstra as its Executive Director to oversee the company’s strategy and international expansion.