Broadcast Network For Indie Artists Is Expanding It’s Broadcast Network to Europe In July

Posted: June 22, 2013 in Breaking News, Helpful Tips, Indie Radio Airplay, Music Business, News

Broadcast Network For Indie Artists, a radio network broadcasting independent recording artists has over 200 radio stations worldwide by internet and is now broadcasting its programming by satellite in the U.S. and will be adding Europe and the Middle East in July.

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BN4IA offers the best mix show in the world on Friday and Saturday nights at 9 PM (Las Vegas Time)

Quote start“There has never before been anything in the music industry that will create new stars like the BN4IA”. “Greatest thing ever offered to independent bands.” – Jeffrey Beals, Former Partner of the William Morris AgencyQuote end

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) June 13, 2012

Broadcast Network For Indie Artists (BN4IA) has announced that on July 1, 2012, the company will begin broadcasting it’s programming to Europe, including Western Russia and the Middle East via satellite. BN4IA already carries it’s programming by internet to terrestrial radio stations in Europe, but by delivering it’s programming by satellite, the company will have access to over 200 Million homes and businesses in Europe and the Middle East. BN4IA already broadcast by satellite to 20 Million homes and businesses in North and Central America and has over 200 radio stations worldwide broadcasting it’s programming. Besides broadcasting via the internet and satellite, BN4IA broadcasts can now be received by computers and smart phones, giving the company a potential audience of over 3 (+) Billion listeners.

BN4IA is a radio network that plays music from independent musicians from around the world on a 24/7 basis and already has in rotation bands from Australia, New Zealand, Croatia, U.K., Canada, Italy and the U.S. The company has recently opened offices in Tokyo, Japan and under the direction of Mr. Kazuhito Koike, who is Director of Asian Operations for BN4IA, will add several Japanese and Asian recording artists to the networks airplay rotation.

Besides the usual programming offered by BN4IA, the company offers Friday and Saturday nights mix shows (World Dance Party) which have exploded across the international market with mix shows hosted by Ricky Ric, DJG and DJ Zilos. Ricky Ric, who is the Director of Programming for the network has announced that Mike “Thunder” Pennino and Dave Gadbois have also been added to the mix on these nights. Several radio stations outside the BN4IA network have also began to carry the World Dance Party show. Radio stations carrying the BN4IA broadcast have reported huge increases in listening audience and the BN4IA Facebook page has received over 12,000 “likes” in the first month from a large international base, from Europe, Asia and North America.

BN4IA was started by the independent band, Cutting Edge to help expose new recording artists to the world market. Cutting Edge has charted 8 songs since June of last year, with the songs “Without You” and “If The Walls Could Talk” debuting at the same time on the Billboard Hot Single Sales Charts. Other songs that have charted the past year include, “Your Love Is My Oxygen”, “Goliath”, “Let Your Body Rock”, “She Wore Red”, the dance mix of “Your Love Is My Oxygen” and this week, the band has released a new song “Venomous Love Affair” which entered the Digital Radio National Airplay Charts at #88 and the Independent Charts at #25 the first week of release.

For more information on Broadcast Network For Indie Artists, you can go to or you can join them on Facebook at:

or here…For Indie Artists

For more information on Cutting Edge, you can check out their website at or join them on Facebook at:


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