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Many musicians in Canada have helped the launch of their stardom by getting airplay on WebRadio Canada. It's free streaming music that has built audiences over the past two decades. Many buildings stream the music in their common areas and Malls in Fredricton, Montreal, Toronto, Regina, and around the world are playing WebRadio-dot-CA. We have been around long enough to have made a difference.

Share Your music globally.

  1. Prepare tracks as mp3 with a min. bitrate of 128, 320kbs preferred.
  2. Track should be named "band-name_title_of_song.mp3"
  3. Prepare a text file named "Band-Name_Title_of_Song.txt" including the names of the tracks you want played. Include an About Me line or two or a link to your site. Contact name and email address.
  4. Go Upload your files and tracks
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