The cumulative table offers you a consolidated view of an artist's or song's plays and helps you produce qualitative reports. It is a condensed version of the live feed which means that if a track receives 4 plays on a radio station, it will appear four times in the live feed but only once in the cumulative table.

Here is how to read the cumulative table you can find in the airplay section of an artist profile.

  • The "Song" column is the track that has received plays

  • The "Station" column is the radio station that played said song

  • The "7D" column shows the number of plays that track had on that station over the last 7 days.

  • The "(7D)-1" column shows the number of plays that track on that station over the last 7 days before that

  • The "28D" column shows the number of plays that track on that station over the last 28 days

  • The "1Y" column shows the number of plays that track on that station over the last year

  • The "Country" column is the country that the station comes from

  • The "Date/Hour" column corresponds to the last time that the station played that track

  • The "Time zone" column corresponds to the time zone the station is on

To go the extra mile, you can click on any entry from that table to access the right panel. This panel offers you complementary information on that play such as release date, record label, past plays on that radio station, etc.

🏆 Champion Tips 🏆

  • On this page, you can also choose to select a country by clicking on the scrolling menu on the top right of the table. This way, you'll be able to see results only from the country you chose;

  • Click on the box that says "Show plays under 30 seconds" to make sure you keep track of every single play and get the neighboring rights you should receive;

  • Export the columns into a CSV file to incorporate them into your own documents (what you chose to see on your dashboard is what you get in your CSV file);

  • Sort by country, date, or number of plays by clicking on the arrows at the top of the table.

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