Once you download a report, there are multiple ways to analyse it. Here is all the information that you may have for each play. This information can be useful for obtaining precisely what you are looking for:
Date: Indicates the exact date when a track was played.
Time: Indicates at what time the track was aired.
Duration: Indicates the exact duration of the track so you know if the song was played in full, or if it was cropped by the broadcaster.
Channel: Indicates the name of the channel where a track was played.
Country: You can see in which country a track was played.
City: You can also find out precisely in which city a track was played in case it was broadcasted on a local radio station or a local tv channel.
Track: The title of the track.
Artist: The name of the performer of a track is also available in the report.
Label: Indicates the record label of the track.
ISRC: Indicates the Sound Recording Code associated to the track that we have in our database.
Bmatid: This is our internal code for each track in our database.
Album: Indicates the name of the track’s album.
Program type: This option will show whether the track was used in an advertisement - Ads and Promos category, or not - Non-commercial category.
Match: When you click on this cell, you’ll be able to listen to the recording and verify if the match is correct.
The remaining fields will only contain information if your account includes our advertisement detection and edition services:
Program production company
If you want more information about our advertisement detection and edition services, please get in touch with our Support Team and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.