FAQ

HOW DO I SUBMIT MY CHARTS TO NACC?
If you are a qualifying station, reach out to us HERE
WHEN IS THE REPORTING DEADLINE?
2pm EST every Tuesday
CAN I REPORT TO NACC EVEN THOUGH I REPORT TO ANOTHER CHART?
Absolutely.
ARE THE NACC CHARTS WEIGHTED? AND IF SO HOW DO YOU DETERMINE THE WEIGHTS?
Yes, all of the charts, with the exception of most added are “weighted.” Meaning that bigger stations have more clout when it comes to compiling a record’s chart score. We use a 5 point system, that works as follows:

NACC STATION WEIGHTS
5 – Reserved for the largest stations (KCMP, KEXP, CBC 3, etc.)
4 – Stations in large and/or big college markets.
3 – Stations in the 1000s watts range / Mid-sized markets
2 – Stations in the hundred to near 1000 watts / Smaller terrestrial stations
1 – Internet and Low Power (100w) stations

WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF THE NACC IF IT PROVES TO BE SUCCESSFUL?
We want to build something great for the Community that ensures the music we play is shared with the industry and public at large.
ARE YOU PROVIDING THE CHART TO RECORD LABELS?
Yes. We have a two tier ’subscriber’ platform for record labels and promoters. A free version that lets them participate on a limited basis and a paid tier which allows them to access all the data that happens behind the scenes to create the charts each week.
DO YOU HAVE GENRE CHARTS ASIDE FROM THE TOP 200 OVERALL CHART?
Yes! We’ve got breakout charts the focus on the following Genres:
Non-Comm, NACC NEXT, Electronic, Jazz, Hip Hop, Heavy, Folk and World. In addition we’re working on launching Classical, Latin and Blues charts by the end of 2017.
IS IT FREE FOR STATIONS TO REPORT TO THE CHART
Reporting stations will always be able to report a chart to NACC FREE of charge.
HOW DO I BECOME A LABEL SUBSCRIBER?
Visit our Subscriber page HERE to learn more. Then send us an email at support@naccchart.com and we’ll set you up with a free level account.