SourceAudio's Alpha Libraries for Radio Service

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SourceAudio, a leading white label music DAM platform, announces that subscribing radio stations may download more than one million production library and SFX tracks from the company's Alpha Libraries for Radio service. The announcement was made by Douglas Reed, EVP, Radio and Library Services, SourceAudio. Alpha Libraries for Radio is distributed to radio on a barter basis by Premiere Networks.

Distributed by Premiere Networks, Alpha Libraries for Radio is a collection of production music beds, sound effects and imaging elements. Alpha releases at least five new albums each day, as well as new libraries monthly, to thousands of radio station affiliates.

“Not only has our Alpha Libraries for Radio service become the biggest service of its kind anywhere, but the sheer quality of the library material we offer our subscriber radio stations is unsurpassed,” says Reed. “Alpha offers everything from industry heavyweights like 5 Alarm Music and Opus 1, to high-end independents like Alibi Music, Manhattan Production Music and Strike Audio. Our Alpha service is literally one-stop shopping for any format. And, because we update it daily, our offerings never get old.”

“The team at SourceAudio and Alpha Libraries for Radio is dedicated to providing unmatched access to quality production music, and stations across the country are reaping the rewards,” adds Eileen Thorgusen, Senior Vice President of Affiliate Relations for Premiere Networks. “It’s a game-changing service for our affiliates, and we look forward to seeing what milestones they reach next!”

Scott Webb, Production Director, CBS Radio Miami (Kiss 999|Power 96|560 WQAM), a radio station affiliate for SourceAudio’s Alpha Libraries for Radio service, says, “Thanks to Alpha, the agony of searching in vain for the right, quality, perfect bed has been over for a year now. Alpha has definitely kept their promise to grow—and they have, now offering over a million cuts.”

For more information, visit www.alphalibraries.com and www.sourceaudio.com.