Every day over 200 million people go to stores, restaurants, boutiques, hotels, malls and more where they hear in-store radio. More than 185 in-store radio providers and hundreds of individual music programmers decide which songs will be heard in these playlists.
We provide a single point-of-entry to the world of in-store radio for labels, publishers and artists who want to maximize their placement in these playlists.
Since our inception, we’ve confirmed placement in over 2,600 channels reaching over 908,000 locations including off-the-shelf as well as custom programs for brands like Starbucks, Urban Outfitters, Nike, New Balance, Versace, Shake Shack, Harley Davidson, Sonic Drive-In, H&M, Anthropologie, Chanel, Guess, J Crew, Sheraton, Jack In The Box, Kate Spade, Kiehls, Theory, Topman/Topshop, Anytime Fitness, Kohls, Qdoba, Tommy Hilfiger, Taco Bell, Whole Foods, Hilton, McDonalds, Marriott, Chipotle, Soho House, Madewell, American Eagle Outfitters, Sephora and many more.
Shoplifter In-Store Radio Promotion was founded by Richard Jankovich in 2013 after a career involved in deciding what songs would play in retail playlists across America.
Richard spent time at boutique in-store music providers before landing a role heading up the creative direction for in-store programming at the world’s biggest in-store radio provider Mood Media, the parent company of Muzak and DMX.
Richard oversaw music selection for some of the world’s top retailers including AT&T, Macy’s, Bloomingdales, Sephora, Chase Manhattan Bank, The North Face, Trader Joes, Sports Authority, Aeropostale, Lord & Taylor, Skechers, Payless, T.J Maxx, Marshalls, Smashburger, Le Pain Quotidien, New Balance, Sunglass Hut, Vanity Shops, Sur La Table, Ethan Allen, Charlotte Russe, Modells, Belk, Brooks Brothers, Kirklands, Pottery Barn Teen/Kids, Splendid, Men’s Wearhouse and more.
A true thought-leader, Richard lectures at USC and his first book, “Hit Brands: How Music Builds Value for the World’s Smartest Brands” was published in November of 2013.