For the first time ever, the #1 selling album in the country is also simultaneously the #1 album on the NACC 200. Vampire Weekend owns the charts this week, leaping 15-1 on the NACC 200, 20-1 on NACC Non-Comm, and rises 2-1 at NACC NEXT. Their fourth album, Father Of The Bride, sold 138,000 equivalent album units (119,000 of which were album sales) making it the best-selling rock debut of 2019. The album is the fourth this year to jump to #1 from outside the NACC 200, which already tops 2018’s total of three. read more…
NACC WEEKLY HIGHLIGHTS
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“College radio stations attract students (many of them, perhaps, identifying as misfits) from a wide variety of backgrounds with an equally wide variety of musical tastes. Getting them to a point where they realize they are part of something bigger, where they can bond over their commonalities, rather than get polarized over differences, is a challenge.”read more
“You can tout the power of playlists and blogs and everything else, but I’ll still put my hand up for the stations out there that are truly engaging their community on a local level and in addition helping to be the filter that makes it possible to bring the rest of the world to the people of their area.”read more
“KMSC Dragonradio 1500 AM got its original start in 1953 when the Radio Listening Club was formed for students that were interested in radio broadcast and performances.”read more
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Please have your radio station’s music or program director reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org and list call letters and market information.