Has tunesat became obsolete ? is there somebody flying the plane ?

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    I’m thinking more and more to end up my Tunesat accounts and transfer everything to BMAT or TRQK.io

    Tunesat has became more and more unreliable : a lot of detections missing, sometimes the website doesn’t show detections or show them with 1 or 2 weeks delay… whereas some of my catalog that I transferred to BMAT is perfectly tracked.

    The thing is bmat is much more expensive than Tunesat, that’s why I tend to keep my tunesat … but seriously wtf is going on with this company ? It sounds like a sleeping company. The website interface has not been upgraded since the beginning, no videos of detections, no statistics except very basic ones… and now recurrent detections delay / missing.

    #42172 Reply

    From my 2 years of experience with trqk compared to Tunesat, one isn’t better than the other. They both miss about the same as one another. Though trqk monitors some channels that tunesat doesn’t and vice versa.

    BMAT on it’s own is super expensive and only really worth it if you have a massive catalog or are a big publisher.

    So I would say keep your tunesat, but maybe put up your tracks which you think are not getting picked up by tunesat on trqk and see if there is any difference. 🙂

    #42181 Reply

    I don’t think they are obsolete at all. I still get lots of detections per month (probably more than ever). When they were doing maintenance stuff was showing up sometimes 1-2 weeks late. Otherwise most things show up within a few days or hours of airing.

    #42187 Reply

    They miss half of what shows up in my statements, and only cover US and Europe. their paid service isnt any better. just treat them as a guide and nothing more. had a great chat with david the COO of trqk a few years ago at the PMC, thinking of giving them a go once budget permits…

    #42220 Reply

    I’m not that impressed with them but for 50 cue detections for free I can’t complain.That said, they don’t make me want to pay for it either. Might be more valuable for people willing to chase down cues but not for me so much.

    #42228 Reply
    Nan Wilson

    Guess what! BMAT has a new cheaper offering called Vericast Standard. It’s got the same quality of detection PLUS the associated video, only the video storage is one month instead of one year. If you have a special need for longer that’s always available as an ad on. Feel free to get in touch so we can give you a tour. nwilson@bmat.com

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