RadioActivity is joining forces with Creek
We're combining our resources with RadioActivity, and building a new radio platform for college and community radio stations, called Creek.
Creek has the same music-logging and reporting tools as RadioActivity, but adds new tools for radio websites.
We are now working with current RadioActivity stations to migrate them to Creek.
Moving from RadioActivity to Creek
If you are a RadioActivity station, here is what you need to know.
For RadioActivity-style playlist logging, Creek is no additional charge for existing stations.
If you want to use the Creek website tools, then the total price is $550 per year (for both DJ playlist tool and website tools). See the pricing page for more details.
We'll be helping each station migrate to Creek whenever they want. Just let us know when you want to move to the new platform.
We'll also keep RadioActivity.fm itself running even after everyone is migrated, so that all of your archived links to historic playlists will still be available at the same URL (web address), so that you don't have to deal with broken links.
Setting a date
We work with each station to set a migration date. Just let us know a good date for your station, and we'll give you a call on the phone, and walk you through the steps.
It's best if the date is during a break period for your school or organization, and before new DJs come in for training. Then, they can start off in Creek, rather than having to train on two systems.
Keep your data
We import all of your RadioActivity data for shows, DJs, and playlists into Creek. You'll be able to start where you left off, with the same archived data.
See a demo of Creek
Just contact us about a demo, and we'll create one for your station.
See this page for our website tools: Creek Website Toolkit
Our tools integrate with any website platform — not just WordPress. For example, see WXNAfm.org for a seamless integration with Squarespace.
More about Creek
Using Creek as new station and DJ
Take a look at our introduction to new stations: Getting stated with playlisting: For DJs
Or, see all of our tutorials about Creek: Help & Tutorials
Creek is used by stations like: