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Philadelphia’s WWDB Multicultural Radio finds New Way to Expand Mobile Audience on Any Mobile Phone

WWDB – AM 860 – has partnered with Virginia-based AudioNow. The company
captures WWDB – AM 860’s Internet audio stream and makes it available
over a local telephone line.

“You can still listen to WWDB on the radio and Internet, but the free
cellphone link is another way for listeners to access the radio
station’s programming,” WWDB’s General Manager Sam Speiser said.

WWDB AM -860 broadcasts ethnic programming in the Philadelphia Metro
area. It’s a way to expand the station’s signal to listeners who can’t
always be near their radio or at their computer to hear their favorite
program.

“We’ve been getting great feedback,” Speiser said. “It solves the
problem of listeners who have said: ‘We love you. We depend on you. But
we have a hard time listening if we’re doing something away from our
desk or radio.”

Now listeners can dial 712-432-6621 from their cell phone from anywhere
and instantly hear what’s on the air on WWDB – AM 860 in Philadelphia.

For more information, contact:

Samuel Speiser

General Manager

WWDB-AM 860 – Philadelphia

610 – 822-1360

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in
North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and
patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or
mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without
any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs
for broadcasters. The service is free to listeners though some mobile
operators charges may apply and listeners should check their mobile
plan. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:

Jennifer Friesen

Director of Marketing and Public Affairs

Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

WWDB – AM 860 – has partnered with Virginia-based AudioNow. The company
captures WWDB – AM 860’s Internet audio stream and makes it available
over a local telephone line.

“You can still listen to WWDB on the radio and Internet, but the free
cellphone link is another way for listeners to access the radio
station’s programming,” WWDB’s General Manager Sam Speiser said.

WWDB AM -860 broadcasts ethnic programming in the Philadelphia Metro
area. It’s a way to expand the station’s signal to listeners who can’t
always be near their radio or at their computer to hear their favorite
program.

“We’ve been getting great feedback,” Speiser said. “It solves the
problem of listeners who have said: ‘We love you. We depend on you. But
we have a hard time listening if we’re doing something away from our
desk or radio.”

Now listeners can dial 712-432-6621 from their cell phone from anywhere
and instantly hear what’s on the air on WWDB – AM 860 in Philadelphia.

For more information, contact:

Samuel Speiser
General Manager
WWDB-AM 860 – Philadelphia
610 – 822-1360

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in
North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and
patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or
mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without
any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs
for broadcasters. The service is free to listeners though some mobile
operators charges may apply and listeners should check their mobile
plan. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

WWDB – AM 860 – has partnered with Virginia-based AudioNow. The company
captures WWDB – AM 860’s Internet audio stream and makes it available
over a local telephone line.

“You can still listen to WWDB on the radio and Internet, but the free
cellphone link is another way for listeners to access the radio
station’s programming,” WWDB’s General Manager Sam Speiser said.

WWDB AM -860 broadcasts ethnic programming in the Philadelphia Metro
area. It’s a way to expand the station’s signal to listeners who can’t
always be near their radio or at their computer to hear their favorite
program.

“We’ve been getting great feedback,” Speiser said. “It solves the
problem of listeners who have said: ‘We love you. We depend on you. But
we have a hard time listening if we’re doing something away from our
desk or radio.”

Now listeners can dial 712-432-6621 from their cell phone from anywhere
and instantly hear what’s on the air on WWDB – AM 860 in Philadelphia.

For more information, contact:

Samuel Speiser
General Manager
WWDB-AM 860 – Philadelphia
610 – 822-1360

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in
North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and
patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or
mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without
any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs
for broadcasters. The service is free to listeners though some mobile
operators charges may apply and listeners should check their mobile
plan. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

KPAM the Voice of Portland Now on Any Mobile Phone

Washington DC June 30, 2011: KPAM the voice of Portland, OR has joined
forces with AudioNow to provide listening on any mobile phone, 24/7, by
calling 712.432.2330.

“AudioNow is a simple but cutting edge service that will allow our
listeners to have yet another way to stay in contact with KPAM day and
night.” says Dennis Glasgow, KPAM Program Director, “Without question,
it’s a service that every radio station should be using.”

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device
which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen
Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “KPAM’s content will
now be available to every mobile phone listener without downloads or the
need to access data services. Simplicity for broadcasters and
listeners is the key to AudioNow’s technology platform.”

KPAM broadcasts News/Talk radio to thousands of listeners in the
Portland, OR and SW Washington State area. KPAM is the only talk radio
station in the market that offers a live and local lineup, daily from
5am to 9pm. KPAM features programming from CBS Radio and is home for
First Edition w/Tim Hohl & Terry Travis, The Bob Miller Show, The
Victoria Taft Show, The Afternoon Download w/Pat Boyle & Charlie
Maxton, Northwest Sports Tonight w/Ron Callan & the exclusive home
for Oregon State Beavers Sports.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio
distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice design and
patent-pending technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to
access live audio programming without any downloads across all mobile
platforms. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:

Jennifer Friesen

Director of Marketing and Public Affairs

Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

Washington DC June 30, 2011: KPAM the voice of Portland, OR has joined
forces with AudioNow to provide listening on any mobile phone, 24/7, by
calling 712.432.2330.

“AudioNow is a simple but cutting edge service that will allow our
listeners to have yet another way to stay in contact with KPAM day and
night.” says Dennis Glasgow, KPAM Program Director, “Without question,
it’s a service that every radio station should be using.”

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device
which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen
Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “KPAM’s content will
now be available to every mobile phone listener without downloads or the
need to access data services. Simplicity for broadcasters and
listeners is the key to AudioNow’s technology platform.”

KPAM broadcasts News/Talk radio to thousands of listeners in the
Portland, OR and SW Washington State area. KPAM is the only talk radio
station in the market that offers a live and local lineup, daily from
5am to 9pm. KPAM features programming from CBS Radio and is home for
First Edition w/Tim Hohl & Terry Travis, The Bob Miller Show, The
Victoria Taft Show, The Afternoon Download w/Pat Boyle & Charlie
Maxton, Northwest Sports Tonight w/Ron Callan & the exclusive home
for Oregon State Beavers Sports.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio
distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice design and
patent-pending technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to
access live audio programming without any downloads across all mobile
platforms. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

Washington DC June 30, 2011: KPAM the voice of Portland, OR has joined
forces with AudioNow to provide listening on any mobile phone, 24/7, by
calling 712.432.2330.

“AudioNow is a simple but cutting edge service that will allow our
listeners to have yet another way to stay in contact with KPAM day and
night.” says Dennis Glasgow, KPAM Program Director, “Without question,
it’s a service that every radio station should be using.”

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device
which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen
Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “KPAM’s content will
now be available to every mobile phone listener without downloads or the
need to access data services. Simplicity for broadcasters and
listeners is the key to AudioNow’s technology platform.”

KPAM broadcasts News/Talk radio to thousands of listeners in the
Portland, OR and SW Washington State area. KPAM is the only talk radio
station in the market that offers a live and local lineup, daily from
5am to 9pm. KPAM features programming from CBS Radio and is home for
First Edition w/Tim Hohl & Terry Travis, The Bob Miller Show, The
Victoria Taft Show, The Afternoon Download w/Pat Boyle & Charlie
Maxton, Northwest Sports Tonight w/Ron Callan & the exclusive home
for Oregon State Beavers Sports.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio
distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice design and
patent-pending technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to
access live audio programming without any downloads across all mobile
platforms. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

AudioNow and Cellcom Telecommunications Announce Mobile Radio Distribution Agreement for Africa

Washington, DC (USA), Monrovia, (Liberia), and Conackry,
(Guinea)–AudioNow announced today that radio broadacsters can now
stream their live and prerecorded content to mobile listeners throughout
Guinea and Liberia on AudioNow’s proprietary mobile radio platform
beginning July 1. The service will be hosted on the Cellcom mobile
network. Listeners can access local and international radio broadcasters
by dialing a single number. Cellcom subscribers can call simple “short
codes” to access available broadcasters hosted on the AudioNow radio
distribution platform.

Cellcom is one of Western Africa’s leading mobile providers and is
distinguished by its innovative approach to global connectivity. The
company operates telecommunications networks in Guinea and Liberia.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in
North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and
patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or
mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without
any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs
for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:

Jennifer Friesen

Director of Marketing and Public Affairs

Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

Washington, DC (USA), Monrovia, (Liberia), and Conackry,
(Guinea)–AudioNow announced today that radio broadacsters can now
stream their live and prerecorded content to mobile listeners throughout
Guinea and Liberia on AudioNow’s proprietary mobile radio platform
beginning July 1. The service will be hosted on the Cellcom mobile
network. Listeners can access local and international radio broadcasters
by dialing a single number. Cellcom subscribers can call simple “short
codes” to access available broadcasters hosted on the AudioNow radio
distribution platform.

Cellcom is one of Western Africa’s leading mobile providers and is
distinguished by its innovative approach to global connectivity. The
company operates telecommunications networks in Guinea and Liberia.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in
North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and
patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or
mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without
any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs
for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

Washington, DC (USA), Monrovia, (Liberia), and Conackry,
(Guinea)–AudioNow announced today that radio broadacsters can now
stream their live and prerecorded content to mobile listeners throughout
Guinea and Liberia on AudioNow’s proprietary mobile radio platform
beginning July 1. The service will be hosted on the Cellcom mobile
network. Listeners can access local and international radio broadcasters
by dialing a single number. Cellcom subscribers can call simple “short
codes” to access available broadcasters hosted on the AudioNow radio
distribution platform.

Cellcom is one of Western Africa’s leading mobile providers and is
distinguished by its innovative approach to global connectivity. The
company operates telecommunications networks in Guinea and Liberia.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in
North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and
patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or
mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without
any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs
for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

Voice of America Expands Mobile Distribution to the Americas via AudioNow’s Mobile Platform

(June 21, 2011, Washington, DC) The Voice of America announced today it is making its
Spanish Language news service available on any mobile device throughout South
and Central America. The new service will be available to mobile phone
listeners throughout Argentina, Colombia, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Peru,
and Venezuela simply by calling a local number within their respective country.
Service to additional locations and metropolitan markets will be announced as  it becomes available.  Voice of America has partnered with AudioNow
to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for  its Spanish language service. Audiences can
listen live simply by calling their station’s unique number at any time from
any phone.

Listeners
can access VOA’s Spanish Service by calling the numbers below.

Argentina, Buenos Aires: +541159841362

Colombia, Bogota: +5715087720

El Salvador, National: +50321131960

Mexico, Mexico City: +525530987583

Panama, National: +5078365477

Peru, Lima: +5117086904

Venezuela, Caracas: +582123357780

“This represents an expansion of our commitment to free and open access to
media throughout the world on any mobile device” said Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s
Director of Public Affairs.  “VOA’s Spanish
language service can now reach listeners throughout the Southern Hemisphere
quickly, simply, and reliably for today’s mobile listener. We are excited about
the opportunity to serve this important listener base in an efficient and
cost-effective way”.

“Spanish listeners are among AudioNow’s fastest growing market. The company’s
universal access technology let’s mobile users on any device access approved
broadcasters without expensive devices or data networks simply by utilizing trusted
and reliable voice networks,” said Marcel Barbulescu, AudioNow’s  Chief Technology Officer. “The AudioNow
service is particularly well-suited for mobile listeners that rely on standard
mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or
streaming devices.” 

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North
America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and patent-pending
“single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live
and pre-recorded audio programming without any downloads across all mobile
platforms while lowering bandwidth costs for broadcasters. The service is free
to listeners though some mobile operators charges may apply and listeners
should check their mobile plan. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:

Jennifer Friesen

Director of Marketing and Public Affairs

Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

(June 21, 2011, Washington, DC) The Voice of America announced today it is making its
Spanish Language news service available on any mobile device throughout South
and Central America. The new service will be available to mobile phone
listeners throughout Argentina, Colombia, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Peru,
and Venezuela simply by calling a local number within their respective country.
Service to additional locations and metropolitan markets will be announced as  it becomes available.  Voice of America has partnered with AudioNow
to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for  its Spanish language service. Audiences can
listen live simply by calling their station’s unique number at any time from
any phone.

Listeners
can access VOA’s Spanish Service by calling the numbers below.

Argentina, Buenos Aires: +541159841362

Colombia, Bogota: +5715087720

El Salvador, National: +50321131960

Mexico, Mexico City: +525530987583

Panama, National: +5078365477

Peru, Lima: +5117086904

Venezuela, Caracas: +582123357780


“This represents an expansion of our commitment to free and open access to
media throughout the world on any mobile device” said Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s
Director of Public Affairs.  “VOA’s Spanish
language service can now reach listeners throughout the Southern Hemisphere
quickly, simply, and reliably for today’s mobile listener. We are excited about
the opportunity to serve this important listener base in an efficient and
cost-effective way”.

“Spanish listeners are among AudioNow’s fastest growing market. The company’s
universal access technology let’s mobile users on any device access approved
broadcasters without expensive devices or data networks simply by utilizing trusted
and reliable voice networks,” said Marcel Barbulescu, AudioNow’s  Chief Technology Officer. “The AudioNow
service is particularly well-suited for mobile listeners that rely on standard
mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or
streaming devices.” 

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North
America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and patent-pending
“single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live
and pre-recorded audio programming without any downloads across all mobile
platforms while lowering bandwidth costs for broadcasters. The service is free
to listeners though some mobile operators charges may apply and listeners
should check their mobile plan. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

(June 21, 2011, Washington, DC) The Voice of America announced today it is making its
Spanish Language news service available on any mobile device throughout South
and Central America. The new service will be available to mobile phone
listeners throughout Argentina, Colombia, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Peru,
and Venezuela simply by calling a local number within their respective country.
Service to additional locations and metropolitan markets will be announced as  it becomes available.  Voice of America has partnered with AudioNow
to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for  its Spanish language service. Audiences can
listen live simply by calling their station’s unique number at any time from
any phone.

Listeners
can access VOA’s Spanish Service by calling the numbers below.

Argentina, Buenos Aires: +541159841362

Colombia, Bogota: +5715087720

El Salvador, National: +50321131960

Mexico, Mexico City: +525530987583

Panama, National: +5078365477

Peru, Lima: +5117086904

Venezuela, Caracas: +582123357780


“This represents an expansion of our commitment to free and open access to
media throughout the world on any mobile device” said Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s
Director of Public Affairs.  “VOA’s Spanish
language service can now reach listeners throughout the Southern Hemisphere
quickly, simply, and reliably for today’s mobile listener. We are excited about
the opportunity to serve this important listener base in an efficient and
cost-effective way”.

“Spanish listeners are among AudioNow’s fastest growing market. The company’s
universal access technology let’s mobile users on any device access approved
broadcasters without expensive devices or data networks simply by utilizing trusted
and reliable voice networks,” said Marcel Barbulescu, AudioNow’s  Chief Technology Officer. “The AudioNow
service is particularly well-suited for mobile listeners that rely on standard
mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or
streaming devices.” 

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North
America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and patent-pending
“single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live
and pre-recorded audio programming without any downloads across all mobile
platforms while lowering bandwidth costs for broadcasters. The service is free
to listeners though some mobile operators charges may apply and listeners
should check their mobile plan. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

Four New Multi-Ethnic Broadcasters Join AudioNow

(June 14, 2011, Washington, DC) Four new international broadcasters have
partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile
device for their specialized content in the U.S. The newest broadcasters
to announce mobile distribution agreements with AudioNow are 99 Talk in
Winter Park, FL; Antenne Tropical Radio broadcasting from Miami, FL;
Radio Universel based in Orlando, FL; and RLP Radio based in Upper
Darby, PA. Audiences can listen live simply by calling their station’s
unique number at any time from any phone;

99 Talk, listen live at 712.432.3267;

Antenne Tropical, listen live at 712.432.3268;

Radio Universel, listen live at 712.432.3269;

RLP Radio, listen live at 712.432. 3274;

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device
which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen
Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “The AudioNow service
is particularly well-suited for mobile listeners that rely on standard
mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or
streaming devices.”

99Talk Radio is an entertainment talk radio station reaching listeners
in the Winter Park area of central Florida. 99Talk reaches listeners
with talk programming covering a wide variety of topics including
addiction counseling, animal advocacy, scuba diving, sports and much
more.

Radio Antenne Tropical was established in Miami to better serve the
Haitian and the American community, which continues to grow rapidly as a
positive force in Miami Dade County. It is a mainstream online Radio
which provides the Creole speaking listeners with news, sports, weather,
traffic Interviews, business, health, education and more.

Radio Universel started to broadcast on September 14, 2001. Their goal
is to promote and to enhance the beauty of their community. Radio
Universel plays the best Haitian Radio has to offer with music, new, and
talk broadcast in Creole. It is the most listened to Haitian Radio
station in Orlando.

RLP Radio reaches Haitian listeners in the Upper Darby, PA area.
Broadcasting in French and Creole, RLP provides programming including
cultural music, children’s music, sports programs, and more.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in
North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and
patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or
mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without
any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs
for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:

Jennifer Friesen

Director of Marketing and Public Affairs

Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

(June 14, 2011, Washington, DC) Four new international broadcasters have
partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile
device for their specialized content in the U.S. The newest broadcasters
to announce mobile distribution agreements with AudioNow are 99 Talk in
Winter Park, FL; Antenne Tropical Radio broadcasting from Miami, FL;
Radio Universel based in Orlando, FL; and RLP Radio based in Upper
Darby, PA. Audiences can listen live simply by calling their station’s
unique number at any time from any phone;
99 Talk, listen live at 712.432.3267;
Antenne Tropical, listen live at 712.432.3268;
Radio Universel, listen live at 712.432.3269;
RLP Radio, listen live at 712.432. 3274;

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device
which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen
Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “The AudioNow service
is particularly well-suited for mobile listeners that rely on standard
mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or
streaming devices.”

99Talk Radio is an entertainment talk radio station reaching listeners
in the Winter Park area of central Florida. 99Talk reaches listeners
with talk programming covering a wide variety of topics including
addiction counseling, animal advocacy, scuba diving, sports and much
more.

Radio Antenne Tropical was established in Miami to better serve the
Haitian and the American community, which continues to grow rapidly as a
positive force in Miami Dade County. It is a mainstream online Radio
which provides the Creole speaking listeners with news, sports, weather,
traffic Interviews, business, health, education and more.

Radio Universel started to broadcast on September 14, 2001. Their goal
is to promote and to enhance the beauty of their community. Radio
Universel plays the best Haitian Radio has to offer with music, new, and
talk broadcast in Creole. It is the most listened to Haitian Radio
station in Orlando.

RLP Radio reaches Haitian listeners in the Upper Darby, PA area.
Broadcasting in French and Creole, RLP provides programming including
cultural music, children’s music, sports programs, and more.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in
North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and
patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or
mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without
any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs
for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

(June 14, 2011, Washington, DC) Four new international broadcasters have
partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile
device for their specialized content in the U.S. The newest broadcasters
to announce mobile distribution agreements with AudioNow are 99 Talk in
Winter Park, FL; Antenne Tropical Radio broadcasting from Miami, FL;
Radio Universel based in Orlando, FL; and RLP Radio based in Upper
Darby, PA. Audiences can listen live simply by calling their station’s
unique number at any time from any phone;
99 Talk, listen live at 712.432.3267;
Antenne Tropical, listen live at 712.432.3268;
Radio Universel, listen live at 712.432.3269;
RLP Radio, listen live at 712.432. 3274;

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device
which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen
Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “The AudioNow service
is particularly well-suited for mobile listeners that rely on standard
mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or
streaming devices.”

99Talk Radio is an entertainment talk radio station reaching listeners
in the Winter Park area of central Florida. 99Talk reaches listeners
with talk programming covering a wide variety of topics including
addiction counseling, animal advocacy, scuba diving, sports and much
more.

Radio Antenne Tropical was established in Miami to better serve the
Haitian and the American community, which continues to grow rapidly as a
positive force in Miami Dade County. It is a mainstream online Radio
which provides the Creole speaking listeners with news, sports, weather,
traffic Interviews, business, health, education and more.

Radio Universel started to broadcast on September 14, 2001. Their goal
is to promote and to enhance the beauty of their community. Radio
Universel plays the best Haitian Radio has to offer with music, new, and
talk broadcast in Creole. It is the most listened to Haitian Radio
station in Orlando.

RLP Radio reaches Haitian listeners in the Upper Darby, PA area.
Broadcasting in French and Creole, RLP provides programming including
cultural music, children’s music, sports programs, and more.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in
North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and
patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or
mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without
any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs
for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

AudioNow Continues Growth Adding African and other Ethnic Broadcasters in U.S.

(June 10, 2011, Washington, DC) Four new international broadcasters have
partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile
device for their specialized content in the US. The newest broadcasters
to announce mobile distribution agreements with AudioNow are Radio
Degnigban in Fort Worth, TX; Kreyol News Network broadcasting from Ft.
Meyers, FL; Mighty FM based in Woodbridge, VA; and finally Ahenfie Radio
based in North Haven, CT. Audiences can listen live simply by calling
their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;

Radio Degnigban, listen live at 712.432.3276;

Kreyol News Network, listen live at 712.432.3278;

Radio MightyFM, listen live at 712.432.3279;

Ahenfie Radio, listen live at 712.432.3271;

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device
which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen
Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “The AudioNow service
is particularly well-suited for mobile listeners that rely on standard
mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or
streaming devices.”

Radio Degnigban radio is a broadcast network that aims to serve and
educate the outside world about the culture and heritage of African
people. Radi Degnigban strives to provide balanced local, national and
international news to the African community in Texas and around the
world.

Radio Kreyol is a part of Kreyol News Network based in Southwest Florida
but serving Haitians all over the world with music, news and
commentaries from well known hosts in Haiti and the Diaspora. They
broadcast 24 hours a day on the internet and on different radio stations
in Fort Myers, Naples and all over Haiti.

Radio Mighty FM provides gospel music and Christian news to the African
community in Woodbridge, VA and around the world through the internet.

Ahenfie Radio started as Ahenfie Music in 2006, and officially launched
as Ahenfie Radio in June 2010. With hundreds of listeners a day, they
are one of the largest internet-only broadcasters for Africa. Ahenfie
Radio seeks to broadcast music and formats that aren’t available on
commercial radio.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in
North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and
patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or
mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without
any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs
for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:

Jennifer Friesen

Director of Marketing and Public Affairs

Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

(June 10, 2011, Washington, DC) Four new international broadcasters have
partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile
device for their specialized content in the US. The newest broadcasters
to announce mobile distribution agreements with AudioNow are Radio
Degnigban in Fort Worth, TX; Kreyol News Network broadcasting from Ft.
Meyers, FL; Mighty FM based in Woodbridge, VA; and finally Ahenfie Radio
based in North Haven, CT. Audiences can listen live simply by calling
their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;
Radio Degnigban, listen live at 712.432.3276;
Kreyol News Network, listen live at 712.432.3278;
Radio MightyFM, listen live at 712.432.3279;
Ahenfie Radio, listen live at 712.432.3271;

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device
which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen
Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “The AudioNow service
is particularly well-suited for mobile listeners that rely on standard
mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or
streaming devices.”

Radio Degnigban radio is a broadcast network that aims to serve and
educate the outside world about the culture and heritage of African
people. Radi Degnigban strives to provide balanced local, national and
international news to the African community in Texas and around the
world.

Radio Kreyol is a part of Kreyol News Network based in Southwest Florida
but serving Haitians all over the world with music, news and
commentaries from well known hosts in Haiti and the Diaspora. They
broadcast 24 hours a day on the internet and on different radio stations
in Fort Myers, Naples and all over Haiti.

Radio Mighty FM provides gospel music and Christian news to the African
community in Woodbridge, VA and around the world through the internet.

Ahenfie Radio started as Ahenfie Music in 2006, and officially launched
as Ahenfie Radio in June 2010. With hundreds of listeners a day, they
are one of the largest internet-only broadcasters for Africa. Ahenfie
Radio seeks to broadcast music and formats that aren’t available on
commercial radio.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in
North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and
patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or
mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without
any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs
for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

(June 10, 2011, Washington, DC) Four new international broadcasters have
partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile
device for their specialized content in the US. The newest broadcasters
to announce mobile distribution agreements with AudioNow are Radio
Degnigban in Fort Worth, TX; Kreyol News Network broadcasting from Ft.
Meyers, FL; Mighty FM based in Woodbridge, VA; and finally Ahenfie Radio
based in North Haven, CT. Audiences can listen live simply by calling
their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;
Radio Degnigban, listen live at 712.432.3276;
Kreyol News Network, listen live at 712.432.3278;
Radio MightyFM, listen live at 712.432.3279;
Ahenfie Radio, listen live at 712.432.3271;

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device
which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen
Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “The AudioNow service
is particularly well-suited for mobile listeners that rely on standard
mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or
streaming devices.”

Radio Degnigban radio is a broadcast network that aims to serve and
educate the outside world about the culture and heritage of African
people. Radi Degnigban strives to provide balanced local, national and
international news to the African community in Texas and around the
world.

Radio Kreyol is a part of Kreyol News Network based in Southwest Florida
but serving Haitians all over the world with music, news and
commentaries from well known hosts in Haiti and the Diaspora. They
broadcast 24 hours a day on the internet and on different radio stations
in Fort Myers, Naples and all over Haiti.

Radio Mighty FM provides gospel music and Christian news to the African
community in Woodbridge, VA and around the world through the internet.

Ahenfie Radio started as Ahenfie Music in 2006, and officially launched
as Ahenfie Radio in June 2010. With hundreds of listeners a day, they
are one of the largest internet-only broadcasters for Africa. Ahenfie
Radio seeks to broadcast music and formats that aren’t available on
commercial radio.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in
North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and
patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or
mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without
any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs
for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

BBC Hindi Radio Now Available on Mobile Phones Across the U.S.

BBC Hindi radio and audio news content is now available on demand on mobile phones in the United States of America, thanks to the BBC’s agreement with provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America, AudioNowTM.

As part of this new service, Hindi-speakers in the US can access BBC Hindi audio in two formats. By calling 712.432.6586, they can listen to the BBC Hindi one-hour radio news programme which brings news, analysis and interviews on a range of issues, from current affairs to showbiz and sport. Plus, two-minute audio news bulletins in Hindi, updated twice a day, can be accessed by calling 712.432.6585.

While the service is free to callers in the US, users should check their mobile phone contracts for any additional charges.

Head of BBC Hindi, Amit Baruah, says: “This is an exciting development. More than one in 10 weekly users of our website, www.bbchindi.com, are from USA, and we are really glad that, thanks to this new service, Hindi-speaking audiences in the US can now use our audio content in a such convenient way.”

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “BBC Hindi’s content will now be available to every mobile phone listener without downloads or the need to access data services. This continues our commitment to expand unique broadcasting content to North American mobile listeners from around the globe.”

The BBC World Service radio content in English, Arabic, Persian, Somali and Urdu is available to US audiences via AudioNow by calling dedicated numbers.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

About AudioNow:
AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice design and patent-pending technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

BBC Hindi radio and audio news content is now available on demand on mobile phones in the United States of America, thanks to the BBC’s agreement with provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America, AudioNowTM.

As part of this new service, Hindi-speakers in the US can access BBC Hindi audio in two formats. By calling 712.432.6586, they can listen to the BBC Hindi one-hour radio news programme which brings news, analysis and interviews on a range of issues, from current affairs to showbiz and sport. Plus, two-minute audio news bulletins in Hindi, updated twice a day, can be accessed by calling 712.432.6585.

While the service is free to callers in the US, users should check their mobile phone contracts for any additional charges.

Head of BBC Hindi, Amit Baruah, says: “This is an exciting development. More than one in 10 weekly users of our website, www.bbchindi.com, are from USA, and we are really glad that, thanks to this new service, Hindi-speaking audiences in the US can now use our audio content in a such convenient way.”

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “BBC Hindi’s content will now be available to every mobile phone listener without downloads or the need to access data services. This continues our commitment to expand unique broadcasting content to North American mobile listeners from around the globe.”

The BBC World Service radio content in English, Arabic, Persian, Somali and Urdu is available to US audiences via AudioNow by calling dedicated numbers.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

About AudioNow:
AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice design and patent-pending technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

BBC Hindi radio and audio news content is now available on demand on mobile phones in the United States of America, thanks to the BBC’s agreement with provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America, AudioNowTM.

As part of this new service, Hindi-speakers in the US can access BBC Hindi audio in two formats. By calling 712.432.6586, they can listen to the BBC Hindi one-hour radio news programme which brings news, analysis and interviews on a range of issues, from current affairs to showbiz and sport. Plus, two-minute audio news bulletins in Hindi, updated twice a day, can be accessed by calling 712.432.6585.

While the service is free to callers in the US, users should check their mobile phone contracts for any additional charges.

Head of BBC Hindi, Amit Baruah, says: “This is an exciting development. More than one in 10 weekly users of our website, www.bbchindi.com, are from USA, and we are really glad that, thanks to this new service, Hindi-speaking audiences in the US can now use our audio content in a such convenient way.”

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “BBC Hindi’s content will now be available to every mobile phone listener without downloads or the need to access data services. This continues our commitment to expand unique broadcasting content to North American mobile listeners from around the globe.”

The BBC World Service radio content in English, Arabic, Persian, Somali and Urdu is available to US audiences via AudioNow by calling dedicated numbers.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

About AudioNow:
AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice design and patent-pending technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Haiti’s Largest Network of Radio Stations Now on Any Mobile Phone

Lumiere

Washington DC  May, 25, 2011: Radio Lumière, a network of ten radio stations that together cover more than  90% of the island of Haiti, has joined forces with AudioNow to provide listening on any mobile phone, 24/7, by calling 712.432.3260.

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “Radio Lumière’s content will now be available to every mobile phone listener without downloads or the need to access data services.  This continues our commitment to expand unique broadcasting content to North American mobile listeners from around the globe.”

Radio Lumière began in 1950 with a couple of microphones, a small mixer, and an old rebuilt WWII vintage AM transmitter Radio.   Today the Radio Lumière network consists of ten AM and FM radio stations and covers 94% of the island with their broadcasting. More recent developments include the addition of a television station (Tele Lumière) in 1992 and streaming on the Internet as early as 1996.  Along with this significant growth in terms of infrastructure and coverage, an emphasis on the content and programming for the network has also increased. Radio Lumière is known throughout Haiti for its programs, live broadcasts of religious events, its reliable news service, and many educational and cultural programs.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice design and patent-pending technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms.  Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At Radio Lumière
Edeline Jerome
rlumiere@radiolumiere.org

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
jennifer.friesen@audionow.com

Lumiere

Washington DC  May, 25, 2011: Radio Lumière, a network of ten radio stations that together cover more than  90% of the island of Haiti, has joined forces with AudioNow to provide listening on any mobile phone, 24/7, by calling 712.432.3260.

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “Radio Lumière’s content will now be available to every mobile phone listener without downloads or the need to access data services.  This continues our commitment to expand unique broadcasting content to North American mobile listeners from around the globe.”

Radio Lumière began in 1950 with a couple of microphones, a small mixer, and an old rebuilt WWII vintage AM transmitter Radio.   Today the Radio Lumière network consists of ten AM and FM radio stations and covers 94% of the island with their broadcasting. More recent developments include the addition of a television station (Tele Lumière) in 1992 and streaming on the Internet as early as 1996.  Along with this significant growth in terms of infrastructure and coverage, an emphasis on the content and programming for the network has also increased. Radio Lumière is known throughout Haiti for its programs, live broadcasts of religious events, its reliable news service, and many educational and cultural programs.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice design and patent-pending technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms.  Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

 

Contact Information:

At Radio Lumière
Edeline Jerome
rlumiere@radiolumiere.org

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
jennifer.friesen@audionow.com

Lumiere

Washington DC  May, 25, 2011: Radio Lumière, a network of ten radio stations that together cover more than  90% of the island of Haiti, has joined forces with AudioNow to provide listening on any mobile phone, 24/7, by calling 712.432.3260.

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “Radio Lumière’s content will now be available to every mobile phone listener without downloads or the need to access data services.  This continues our commitment to expand unique broadcasting content to North American mobile listeners from around the globe.”

Radio Lumière began in 1950 with a couple of microphones, a small mixer, and an old rebuilt WWII vintage AM transmitter Radio.   Today the Radio Lumière network consists of ten AM and FM radio stations and covers 94% of the island with their broadcasting. More recent developments include the addition of a television station (Tele Lumière) in 1992 and streaming on the Internet as early as 1996.  Along with this significant growth in terms of infrastructure and coverage, an emphasis on the content and programming for the network has also increased. Radio Lumière is known throughout Haiti for its programs, live broadcasts of religious events, its reliable news service, and many educational and cultural programs.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice design and patent-pending technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms.  Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

 

Contact Information:

At Radio Lumière
Edeline Jerome
rlumiere@radiolumiere.org

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
jennifer.friesen@audionow.com

AudioNow Expansion Announces Five New Multi-Ethnic Broadcasters

(May 12, 2011, Washington, DC) Five new international broadcasters have partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their specialized content in the U.S.  The newest broadcasters to announce mobile distribution agreements with AudioNow are Vision Celeste in Miami, FL; Radio Aramica broadcasting from Staten Island, New York; Radio Keenam based in Orlando, FL; Radio Vie Meilleure Plus based in Port St Lucie, Florida; and finally, Dumfries, VA based Radio Sankofa.   These five new international broadcasters now provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their special content broadcasts.  Audiences can listen live simply by calling their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;

Vision Celeste, listen live at 712.432.3261;

Radio Aramica, listen live at 712.432.8008;

Radio Keenam, listen live at 712.432.3262;

Radio Vie Meilleure Plus, listen live at 712.432.3263;

Radio Sankofa, listen live at 712.432.3264

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “The AudioNow service is particularly well-suited for mobile listeners that rely on standard mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or streaming devices.”

Radio Vision Celeste began as a religious talk show serving Haitians in the Miami area.   RVC has expanded through internet streaming to provide radio talk shows and music to the Haitian community in the United States and around the world.

Radio Aramica is the first Arab-American station to join forces with Audio Now to provide mobile streaming to its listeners.  Its aim is to reach listeners through mobile devices since there are few Arabic speaking radio stations in the U.S.  Radio Aramica provides news and music to the Arab-speaking community in New York and around the world.

Radio Keenam provides updated news and entertainment to listeners of the Haitian community in Orlando, FL.  Radio Keenam unites the community with broadcasts in Creole that keep them updated on news from Haiti, especially regarding the 2010 earthquake that plagued their homeland.

Radio Vie Meilleure Plus seeks to reach the Haitian listeners of Florida in order to organize, attract and harness resources to help rebuild their country.  Through their music and news casts, they aim to engage in the Haitian community in Haiti and abroad to bring about the change needed to bring Haiti back to long term sustainability, prosperity and self-sufficiency.

Radio Sankofa reaches the African community of U.S. and the world.  Radio Sankofa is the home for breaking news, music and educative programs for the African community at home and abroad 24/7.  They also serve as an outlet for the exchange of cultural and intellectual ideas and quality music.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

(May 12, 2011, Washington, DC) Five new international broadcasters have partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their specialized content in the U.S.  The newest broadcasters to announce mobile distribution agreements with AudioNow are Vision Celeste in Miami, FL; Radio Aramica broadcasting from Staten Island, New York; Radio Keenam based in Orlando, FL; Radio Vie Meilleure Plus based in Port St Lucie, Florida; and finally, Dumfries, VA based Radio Sankofa.   These five new international broadcasters now provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their special content broadcasts.  Audiences can listen live simply by calling their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;

Vision Celeste, listen live at 712.432.3261;

Radio Aramica, listen live at 712.432.8008;

Radio Keenam, listen live at 712.432.3262;

Radio Vie Meilleure Plus, listen live at 712.432.3263;

Radio Sankofa, listen live at 712.432.3264

 

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “The AudioNow service is particularly well-suited for mobile listeners that rely on standard mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or streaming devices.”

Radio Vision Celeste began as a religious talk show serving Haitians in the Miami area.   RVC has expanded through internet streaming to provide radio talk shows and music to the Haitian community in the United States and around the world.

Radio Aramica is the first Arab-American station to join forces with Audio Now to provide mobile streaming to its listeners.  Its aim is to reach listeners through mobile devices since there are few Arabic speaking radio stations in the U.S.  Radio Aramica provides news and music to the Arab-speaking community in New York and around the world.

Radio Keenam provides updated news and entertainment to listeners of the Haitian community in Orlando, FL.  Radio Keenam unites the community with broadcasts in Creole that keep them updated on news from Haiti, especially regarding the 2010 earthquake that plagued their homeland.

Radio Vie Meilleure Plus seeks to reach the Haitian listeners of Florida in order to organize, attract and harness resources to help rebuild their country.  Through their music and news casts, they aim to engage in the Haitian community in Haiti and abroad to bring about the change needed to bring Haiti back to long term sustainability, prosperity and self-sufficiency.

Radio Sankofa reaches the African community of U.S. and the world.  Radio Sankofa is the home for breaking news, music and educative programs for the African community at home and abroad 24/7.  They also serve as an outlet for the exchange of cultural and intellectual ideas and quality music.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

(May 12, 2011, Washington, DC) Five new international broadcasters have partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their specialized content in the U.S.  The newest broadcasters to announce mobile distribution agreements with AudioNow are Vision Celeste in Miami, FL; Radio Aramica broadcasting from Staten Island, New York; Radio Keenam based in Orlando, FL; Radio Vie Meilleure Plus based in Port St Lucie, Florida; and finally, Dumfries, VA based Radio Sankofa.   These five new international broadcasters now provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their special content broadcasts.  Audiences can listen live simply by calling their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;

Vision Celeste, listen live at 712.432.3261;

Radio Aramica, listen live at 712.432.8008;

Radio Keenam, listen live at 712.432.3262;

Radio Vie Meilleure Plus, listen live at 712.432.3263;

Radio Sankofa, listen live at 712.432.3264

 

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “The AudioNow service is particularly well-suited for mobile listeners that rely on standard mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or streaming devices.”

Radio Vision Celeste began as a religious talk show serving Haitians in the Miami area.   RVC has expanded through internet streaming to provide radio talk shows and music to the Haitian community in the United States and around the world.

Radio Aramica is the first Arab-American station to join forces with Audio Now to provide mobile streaming to its listeners.  Its aim is to reach listeners through mobile devices since there are few Arabic speaking radio stations in the U.S.  Radio Aramica provides news and music to the Arab-speaking community in New York and around the world.

Radio Keenam provides updated news and entertainment to listeners of the Haitian community in Orlando, FL.  Radio Keenam unites the community with broadcasts in Creole that keep them updated on news from Haiti, especially regarding the 2010 earthquake that plagued their homeland.

Radio Vie Meilleure Plus seeks to reach the Haitian listeners of Florida in order to organize, attract and harness resources to help rebuild their country.  Through their music and news casts, they aim to engage in the Haitian community in Haiti and abroad to bring about the change needed to bring Haiti back to long term sustainability, prosperity and self-sufficiency.

Radio Sankofa reaches the African community of U.S. and the world.  Radio Sankofa is the home for breaking news, music and educative programs for the African community at home and abroad 24/7.  They also serve as an outlet for the exchange of cultural and intellectual ideas and quality music.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

MHz TV Networks Launch Live Audio Channel on AudioNow

MHz_logo

FALLS CHURCH, VA – Live audio of the national MHz Worldview channel is now available to viewers and new listeners via cell phone on the AudioNow service nationwide.

MHz Networks has teamed up with AudioNow for this innovative new service that lets listeners on any mobile phone access the station’s global news and entertainment programming simply by calling from any mobile phone. Listeners can access MHz global news and more by calling 712-432-3270.

“We are excited to share this news with our listeners, who have been waiting for this new way of listening to MHz Networks.” said Frederick Thomas, Chief Executive of MHz Networks.

“With an unreplicated programming line-up featuring the most premier of international news sources in English, MHz Networks is excited to continue our distribution on the innovative AudioNow product, allowing us to reach the majority of the market that rely on standard mobile phones.”

AudioNow is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs for broadcasters.

A recent NYT report noted that over 80% of mobile phone listeners do not access data services and rely on standard mobile phones. The venture-backed company’s focus is to expand the free and open distribution of radio to any mobile device because a public with easier access to more information is empowered to make better choices. AudioNow’s listener base is approaching 10 million minutes monthly.

For more information visit the direct MHz page at AudioNow.com

MHz Networks is an independent, non-commercial television broadcaster delivering international educational and arts programming and providing diverse cultural perspectives for a globally-minded audience.

MHz Worldview, MHz Networks flagship channel, brings programming to globally-minded audiences in the US though affiliates, including cable, satellite and online. Serving the Washington, DC area’s 4.9 million residents with ten local broadcast channels, MHz Networks features programs from around the world on-air in more than 20 different languages.

MHz Networks is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization with studio facilities in Falls Church, VA and at Washington, DC’s Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

MHz_logo

FALLS CHURCH, VA – Live audio of the national MHz Worldview channel is now available to viewers and new listeners via cell phone on the AudioNow service nationwide.

MHz Networks has teamed up with AudioNow for this innovative new service that lets listeners on any mobile phone access the station’s global news and entertainment programming simply by calling from any mobile phone. Listeners can access MHz global news and more by calling 712-432-3270.

“We are excited to share this news with our listeners, who have been waiting for this new way of listening to MHz Networks.” said Frederick Thomas, Chief Executive of MHz Networks.

“With an unreplicated programming line-up featuring the most premier of international news sources in English, MHz Networks is excited to continue our distribution on the innovative AudioNow product, allowing us to reach the majority of the market that rely on standard mobile phones.”

AudioNow is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs for broadcasters.

A recent NYT report noted that over 80% of mobile phone listeners do not access data services and rely on standard mobile phones. The venture-backed company’s focus is to expand the free and open distribution of radio to any mobile device because a public with easier access to more information is empowered to make better choices. AudioNow’s listener base is approaching 10 million minutes monthly.

For more information visit the direct MHz page at AudioNow.com

MHz Networks is an independent, non-commercial television broadcaster delivering international educational and arts programming and providing diverse cultural perspectives for a globally-minded audience.

MHz Worldview, MHz Networks flagship channel, brings programming to globally-minded audiences in the US though affiliates, including cable, satellite and online. Serving the Washington, DC area’s 4.9 million residents with ten local broadcast channels, MHz Networks features programs from around the world on-air in more than 20 different languages.

MHz Networks is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization with studio facilities in Falls Church, VA and at Washington, DC’s Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com

MHz_logo

FALLS CHURCH, VA – Live audio of the national MHz Worldview channel is now available to viewers and new listeners via cell phone on the AudioNow service nationwide.

MHz Networks has teamed up with AudioNow for this innovative new service that lets listeners on any mobile phone access the station’s global news and entertainment programming simply by calling from any mobile phone. Listeners can access MHz global news and more by calling 712-432-3270.

“We are excited to share this news with our listeners, who have been waiting for this new way of listening to MHz Networks.” said Frederick Thomas, Chief Executive of MHz Networks.

“With an unreplicated programming line-up featuring the most premier of international news sources in English, MHz Networks is excited to continue our distribution on the innovative AudioNow product, allowing us to reach the majority of the market that rely on standard mobile phones.”

AudioNow is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, “HD” voice architecture, and patent-pending “single-stream” technology that allows any fixed or mobile phone to access live and pre-recorded audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms while lowering bandwidth costs for broadcasters.

A recent NYT report noted that over 80% of mobile phone listeners do not access data services and rely on standard mobile phones. The venture-backed company’s focus is to expand the free and open distribution of radio to any mobile device because a public with easier access to more information is empowered to make better choices. AudioNow’s listener base is approaching 10 million minutes monthly.

For more information visit the direct MHz page at AudioNow.com

MHz Networks is an independent, non-commercial television broadcaster delivering international educational and arts programming and providing diverse cultural perspectives for a globally-minded audience.

MHz Worldview, MHz Networks flagship channel, brings programming to globally-minded audiences in the US though affiliates, including cable, satellite and online. Serving the Washington, DC area’s 4.9 million residents with ten local broadcast channels, MHz Networks features programs from around the world on-air in more than 20 different languages.

MHz Networks is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization with studio facilities in Falls Church, VA and at Washington, DC’s Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Jennifer Friesen
Director of Marketing and Public Affairs
Jennifer.Friesen@AudioNow.com