We asked for your help and you amaze us! Every year, the Traffic Director's Guild of America
surveys radio stations on their experience with traffic and billing software. We asked that you answer their questions and the results are in:RadioTraffic.com rates #1 in user satisfaction three years in a row!
All of us at RadioTraffic.com sincerely thank you for your support. We know we're far from perfect but with your support and suggestions we're constantly growing and improving upon our service offerings. Members of the TDGA can see results of their survey at tdga.org
. Then log in with your user name and password. Non-members can see a brief overview of the TDGA copyrighted report at RadioTraffic.com
Windows 8.1? Absolutely! All software from RadioTraffic.com is 100% compatible with Windows 8.1; so feel free to go out and buy that new laptop or desktop computer that you've been anxiously awaiting with absolute confidence that we are compatible.
There is a limited time upgrade offer from Microsoft that you can take advantage of to upgrade from Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 for about $40.
Windows 8.1 is a free upgrade for all Windows 8 installations.
Note: Regarding Windows 8.1 tablet devices; we are compatible with the Windows 8.1 devices, however, not the Windows RT devices (aka Microsoft Surface and Microsoft Surface 2).
We have verified the following tablet devices to be compatible:
- Microsoft Surface Pro
- Microsoft Surface Pro 2
- Samsung XE500T1C
- Sony Vaio Flip 15
The following tablet devices have been verified to not work:
- Microsoft Surface (reason: Windows RT)
Essentials 2013, Essentials Plus 2013, Premier 2013 and Premier 2014 requires at least Microsoft Windows Vista SP1; optimized for Microsoft Windows 7 x64 or Windows 8 x64.
WILL NOT WORK ON
Note: If your contract doesn't specify Essentials, Essentials 2013, Essentials Plus 2013, Premier, Premier 2013 or Premier 2014, you are licensed for TrafficXP (or Traffic1234). TrafficXP is available in three levels: Bronze, Silver and Gold. The same installation is used for all three levels. The term "Public Version" or "Official Version" has also been used to describe what is now known as TrafficXP. At one point, we had a version that we referred to as the "Private Version"; this version has since been retired, use TrafficXP instead. Traffic1234 uses the same installation as TrafficXP.