How to add a media title
Here's how to add a station, channel or publication to our directory. It's free
It's free to be listed in media.info, and you can edit and maintain your own entry.
Here's who we list
Radio stations: We'll list any legal, linear radio station anywhere in the world, on whatever platform. We may ask to see proof of your music licensing, or other rights details, to list you.
TV channels: We define a TV channel as something with live output, carried on a recognised platform. Typically this means that we won't list an on-demand YouTube channel, but if you're broadcasting on cable, satellite, DTT or anywhere else, we'd be happy to list you.
Magazines and newspapers: We list publications available anywhere in the world. We call a newspaper 'something printed on newsprint', and a magazine is something generally stapled on glossy paper (so The Economist, in spite of calling itself a newspaper, is actually in our magazine section). If you're online-only, we will list you: but you must have a Wikipedia entry of your own to qualify for a listing, and your website must list a postal address.
Here's how to get listed
Just contact us with, at the least, a link to your website. It'll speed up your addition if you register first, since you'll then have access to the editing tools as soon as we've added your title. Good quality copies of your logos are a benefit, too.
I'm just a fan. Can I list a media title?
Yes, sure. If they're legal and conform to our definitions, above, then absolutely, let us know. We add titles manually, so there may be a short delay; but we'd be delighted to expand our directory further.