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DJ CHARTS

Make a Juno DJ chart to promote the tracks you're currently playing.

Whether you're an established DJ or music lover, DJ charts are a great way to promote your upcoming gigs, your new tracks and releases, or just to share your favourite tracks with your fans and friends. Follow the quick and easy steps below to create your own DJ chart now.

View/edit your DJ chart

Building your own chart is quick and easy:

Click the heart
1.

As you browse the site, click on Heart button next to any release or track you want to add and choose "Add to chart" from the dropdown menu.

 
Arrange your chart in order using the up/down buttons
2.

In the pop-up, click View My Chart to arrange your chart in order, using the Up/Down buttons. You can add as many releases as you want to the Chart Editor page.

 
Add your photo and some text about yourself
3.

Add your photo and some text about yourself (residencies, forthcoming gigs, anything you like). You can also give your chart a title.

Click "Publish Chart" and you're done!

 

Advanced options:

Start again by clicking the Delete All button
4.

In the Chart Editor page, you can clear your shortlist and start again by clicking the Delete All button.

 
Publicise your chart
5.

You can publicise your chart by creating a Juno Player to go on your web site, by posting onto your Facebook or Twitter page, by e-mailing your chart to your address book, or by creating a text link..

 
View your current and previous charts on the My Juno page
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You can view your current and previous charts on the My Juno page.