Bar and other music venues worldwide broadcast music non-stop, most often on screen and with public TV stations or YouTube playlists. While not using this free exposure for your music and DJ sets, by being part of thematic and constantly updated music TV channels tailored for these places?
It's tough to get your music known around the world. Most social networks promote already-famous bands, artists, and DJs; it’s time-consuming to promote yourself on these. Yet, there's an opportunity that is often missed: for you to use existing content to be broadcasted in physical locations that are eager to promote music and desperate to find quality content that matches their identity and helps them differentiate.
Reuse your existing performance, get the most of your next performances
Visibility is essential
It's very tough to be recommended on social platforms for artistic content, as they usually promote engaging content, fake news, bait clicks, etc. DJing TV only relies on genre and artist proximity, and any broadcaster can still choose any content to be broadcasted on its channel. Bars and other public venues are places people are not interacting with content, making it apart from fast content consumption (TikTok style)
ROI: Return On Investment
It might not be a common expression for artistic work, but music is also created by human beings who have to optimize the time they spend on a song or DJ set promotion if they want to have some time to make their next song or DJ set. Create once, be broadcasted many times in many places.
No cost, fully automated
For musicians and artists, it comes at no cost. For licensed music venues, it doesn't come with any additional cost (unless they want to personalize their TV channel with their logo). There's no work for content providers except uploading their content. There's no scheduling nor updating work to do for music broadcasting places.
DJing TV lets any music-licensed venue create its Music TV channels in a few clicks.
One can not personalize a broadcast music TV channel. It's easier to build a DJing TV channel than a YouTube playlist. It's also easier to put a personal logo on a DJing TV channel than it is to put on a YouTube playlist. A YouTube playlist needs maintenance (updating new content), whereas a DJing TV channel is automatically updated when chosen artists or similar artists provide content.
A better choice for bars and music venues as well
As music broadcasting place, would you rather pay for a TV station with its TV logo, a YouTube premium account with the YouTube logo, or broadcast your music TV channel promoting the local or distant artists that you like, optionally with your logo?