Contact Us

Do you have any questions or feedback for us? Shoot us an email! You’ll find the appropriate contact options below.

Support

If you have any technical issues or questions, please email us at info@fitradio.com. Please remember to be specific and provide information about your app version, phone brand, model, carrier and other useful information if you contact us. The more we know about your question the better support we can provide.

 

Feedback

All ideas and comments about FIT Radio are always welcome! Please write us at feedback@fitradio.com. Thank you!

 

Press / Media

Are you doing media coverage? Please consult our Media Page and contact us at news@fitradio.com.

 

Advertising, Cross Promotion, and Partnerships

Interested in Advertising, Cross Promoting, or Partnering with FIT Radio? We are always interested in cooperating with brands, corporations and communities that can see the benefits of working with FIT Radio. Email us at Lexi@fitradio.com.

Investors

Interested in investing in FIT Radio? Please email us at Lexi@fitradio.com.

Events

If you are organizing any kind of event and need talented DJs or think FIT Radio would be a great FIT, we’d love to speak with you! Please email us at info@fitradio.com.

 

DJs

Are you a DJ interested in getting your mixes on FIT Radio? Email us at submissions@fitradio.com with your DJ name, type of genre(s) you spin, and link to listen to your mixes, or visit our Become a DJ page.

 

Jobs or Internships

Interested in working for FIT Radio part-time, full time, or as an internship? Email us at jobs@fitradio.com.

 

Other Topics

For all other inquiries, please write us at info@fitradio.com.

4 thoughts on “Contact Us”

    1. The website can be a bit buggy. We are about to release an entire new site (hopefully on monday). Until then, try using Chrome. Our site works much better on Chrome than anything else. Sorry for the inconvenience!

  1. I resolved it with the help of Lexi and Dirk. Thanks to them! You have a very efficient team! :-)

    What do you think of my suggestion? I am sure it would be very usefull to know the BPM of the mixes when we are looking for a specific speed for a workout, like running.

    Francine

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