With over 190 million monthly viewers, OnAir.FM is the largest network of independent bands and solo artists on YouTube. We help you manage, promote, and make money from your music videos on YouTube.
We are dedicated to independent artists from around the world. From established bands to garage bands to up and coming talent. Please read the FAQ's section for eligibility requirements.
The advertising revenues on YouTube are massive. We help your videos make money from these revenues. We manage your music's copyright and improve your channel's design. More info in the FAQ's section.
We promote your music videos across our extensive network of music fans - fans who are looking and listening for new and independent music.
Never thought your videos could make money on YouTube? It may seem daunting for your videos to generate thousands or millions of views, but fans use YouTube as their No #1 source for listening to music. If you have written a great song, have made it into a video (official or lyric or even a slideshow) and are dedicated to your career, we are here to help get your music heard.
Take control of your copyright. Protect your music and videos from piracy. If your videos or music are being used without your permission, we can help.
OnAir.FM works with over 500 independent bands, labels and artists from around the world from all music genres: Rock, Reggae, Pop, Latin, HipHop, Classical and much more. Be part of it.
From the minds of publicartz comes YouTube's first PopOpera - Mickey Loves Mallory - A tragic love story about a pair of doomed lovers. Featuring Publicwurks (aka Neil Sanderson from Three Days Grace).
Over the course of the past few years, SOJA has sold more than 200,000 albums, headlined large theaters in more than 20 countries around the world, generated over 40 million YouTube views, amassed nearly 2 million Facebook fans, and attracted an almost Grateful Dead-like international fanbase that grows with each tour, with caravans of diehards following them from city to city.
A megastar in Eastern Europe, she released her first album "Engjëll" (Angel) in 2005, featuring the hit "Taxi". Since then, she has released three more albums, "Opium" in 2006, "Another World" in 2008 and her self titled album "Nora" in 2009 featuring the hit "Le Mama".
Frequently Asked Questions
OnAir.FM is a Multi Channel Network (MCN). YouTube has written an excellent article about MCN's found here. Our YouTube network is made up of hundreds of channels of independent artists from around the world. We promote your videos throughout these channels with our networking tools and through social media.
Are you passionate about your career?
Do you understand that content is king?
Do you keep your channel fresh with new music and videos?
YouTube will consider a channel to be inactive if there is no activity within 90 days.
We are looking for artists that put some heart and soul into their channel!
OnAir.FM is free. We only make money if you make money.
A video will generate advertising revenue if either 30 seconds of an ad is viewed, or if a banner ad is clicked on. YouTube calculates how much your earnings are each month. On average, a channel must generate $100 within that month before YouTube pays a channel. You take up to 70% fee when a channel earns revenue.
YouTube calculates your channel’s earnings using factors such as how many views were generated, what type of ad was shown and where your video was watched. Inside your channel is a page called Analytics where you can track your earnings.
This depends solely on how much traffic your YouTube channel is getting. You should naturally see an increase in traffic as long as you are posting quality content and sharing it with us.
Yes. OnAir.FM gets you the money your music is making on YouTube.
Yes, through Google's Content ID system. As long as you own the rights to the recording and/or composition. YouTube creates digital fingerprints of your music which it uses to find out who else is using your music. You supply us with your .mp3s and we make sure your music is protected and you collect your money.
Sharing your content on Facebook is crucial. The more content you create and share, the more content we can spread in return. You can also send your video links to us via Facebook Messages. Otherwise you can e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
YouTube pays out one month behind. So if your channel earns the minimum $100 in August, you will be paid the first week of October.