Every day over 200 million people go to stores, restaurants, boutiques, hotels, malls and more where they hear in-store radio. 200 individual in-store radio providers and hundreds of music curators 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 and artists who want to maximize the placement of their priority releases in these playlists.
Since launching, we’ve confirmed placement in 3,000 channels reaching more than 1 Million locations including off-the-shelf and 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.
Richard Jankovich founded Shoplifter In-Store Radio Promotion in 2013 after a successful career spent deciding what songs would play in retail playlists across America. Prior to Shoplifter, Richard spent time at boutique in-store music providers as well as 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.