enter flight info
Adding A "Flight." This Could Be Your Podcast Episode, Radio Promo, YouTube Video, Or Sunday Service Recording. You Feed Flight Tracker The Information, Flight Tracker Does What Flight Tracker Does. It Perpetually Keeps Track So You Don't Have To. See The Group Button? Collaborate With Unlimited Colleagues. See Their Work. See What Music They're Using & Where They're Using It. Flight Tracker Stops Duplication Of Music On Simultaneous Projects Automatically With It's Intuitive Stoplight System. You Can Mark Certain Tracks Client Or Project Exclusive For Eternity Or A Limited Amount Of Time. This Is Important For Radio Stations Looking To Avoid Identical Music On Unrelated Announcements. It Helps Podcasters & YouTubers Stay Fresh With Different Music Every Episode. For Any Producer On Any Platform, It Cleans Up The Production Room & Gives Efficiency A Serious Kick In The Pants.
Here's Flight Tracker Tracking Flights. In This Example, You Have Radio Announcements. Production Music, Run Dates, Voice Talent, Cart Numbers & Other Crucial Stuff, All Tracked. These Could Be Podcasts, YouTube Videos, Church Outreach Videos, Anything, Really.
edit a flight
Change Virtually Anything About A Previously Entered Flight? No Problem!
Search results with... traffic lights?
Yes. Hey, Look, You Don't Have To Use Flight Tracker. If You Don't, Every Track Will Automatically Show A Green Light, Every Time. But, If Flight Tracker Is Sounding Delicious, Bite Into This: Remember All That Information You Entered Above? Now Flight Tracker's Taking Over. Let's Say You've Just Finished A Search And Your Results Have Appeared. To The Right Of Each Track Result, You'll See A Light. What Do They Mean? Wait For It...
Here's A Track That's Appeared In Your Search Results. The Green Light Means It's Free & Clear Of Any Conflicts, Based On The Criteria YOU & Your Colleagues Gave Flight Tracker. Flight Tracker's Telling You, "Like This Track For Your Project? Use It and Breathe Easy!" Hey, At Least It Isn't Saying, "Live Long & Prosper."
You And Those Colleagues Were Hard At Work Entering Flights. Here, That Hard Work Is Paying Off. Flight Tracker's Flashing Yellow To Alert You That There's A POSSIBLE Conflict With Using This Particular Track For Your Particular Project. It's Saying, "Investigate Before Producing." And, Since Flight Tracker Always Has Your Back, Front & Flanks, It'll Show You Those Conflict(s) With Just A Click. Then, You Decide If It's A Track You Should Use For This Project, Or Not. Thank you, Flight Tracker!
Red Light! Sheesh, Flight Tracker. So Rude. Kidding. Based On Your Criteria, You Should Not Use This Track For Your Project. It's, Perhaps, Currently Airing On Another Commercial. Maybe You Used It In A Recent Podcast/YouTube Video & Prefer To Keep Things Fresh-As-An-Easter-Sermon. Whatever The Reason, Flight Tracker's Saying, "You Talkin' To Me?" No, It's Not. But It Is Saying, "Hands Off This Track, Buddy." Well, It Is Saying That, But In A Much Nicer, And Redder, Way.