Live 365 rates songs in a couple ways. The first is negative. When you turn the station off, whatever song is playing gets a strike against it. I don't know exactly how the math works on that, I just know that it counts against the song playing when you turn off the station. So, the bottom line for this is - don't turn the station off on a song you like (if you can help it). The best thing is to turn it off during one of the station I.D.'s or greetings.
To positively vote for a song, you need to listen through Live 365. The player on their site has a couple small cartoon hands in the upper left corner (which you can see when you hover your mouse over it) - one hand gives a thumbs up and the other one gives a thumbs down. Clicking on the thumbs up counts as a vote for that particular song. I haven't experimented with it enough to know if clicking it lots of times means lots of votes, or if it's just one vote per person per song.
To be able to do this, you may have to set up an account with Live 365. This is free, and just takes a couple minutes. So if you want a vote in our weekly top ten list, go ahead and register with Live 365.
Since we have such an extensive on-air library, the top ten list changes almost every day during November, as all the music gets added. By December, the library is pretty much set, though there's still a lot of fluctuation from one day to the next. I'll do my best to post new lists on Friday's, so make sure you check back!
And if you want your voice to be heard, just register to listen to the Sounds of Christmas through Live 365, which you can do right here: http://www.live365.com/stations/soundsofchristmas
Thanks so much for listening! And may you always believe in Santa Claus!