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How To Listen

(1) Listen Live on this web site:
If HitBound Radio
doesn't start automatically,
click here to listen via Windows Media Player (port 80)


(2) Download the iPhone app:

 Click here to download the app or go to the iPhone store.


(3) Download the Android app:

 Click here to download the app or go to the Android store.


(4) Use the TuneIn Radio app:

Download the TuneIn Radio app for iPhone or Android and search for "HitBound Radio".


(5) Listen on iTunes:

(1) Go into iTunes

(2) Edit > Preferences (Make sure "Internet" is checked next to "Sources:" then click "OK")
(3) Click on "Internet" in the top bar
(4) Go to "Top 40/Pop" and scroll down to "HitBound Radio"


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What is HitBound® Radio?
It all started in 1984 when I was doing a project for my MBA with 98PXY in Rochester, New York.  I got to know the Program Director, Tom Mitchell (now Operations Manager at 93Q in Syracuse, New York), where I would make suggestions for new songs to add to his music rotation.  One day I suggested that he call the new songs that he played hourly: "HitBound". He got a jingle made by JAMS and each new song was preceeded by the HitBound jingle.
For over 30 years I followed the radio industry but never did anything. I've always wanted to create a radio station that focused on New Hits as I used to try to "pick the new hits" before they became popular so a year or so ago, I started playing with creating a specific "format clock" and instead of using music rotation software, I created a killer spreadsheet to create my music rotations. "HitBound Radio" was born.
Rather than being like a typical Top40 music station that might play their top 3 songs every 90 minutes, I took that format and "turned it upside down"! EVERY DAY I add a new song called the "HitBound Debut" and I play it ONCE PER HOUR FOR 24 HOURS. Then for the next 3 days, it plays every 90 minutes and then it goes into a slower rotation, and so forth.
I hope you enjoy it! Feel free to send me your suggestions and comments   -- Eric