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AudioNow Continues Growth Adding New International and Ethnic Broadcasters in the U.S. and Around the World

(May 10, 2011, Washington, DC) Radio Madoken , Zenith FM , Radio Douce FM, Radio Tambou, and Radio Sunlight have announced mobile distribution agreements with AudioNow. 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;
Radio Madoken, listen live on 712.432.8021;
Zenith FM, listen live on 712.432.8022;
Radio Douce FM, listen live on 712.432.3258;
Radio Tambou, listen live on712.432.8023;
Radio Sunlight, listen live on 712.432.8013.

“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.”

With listeners around the world, these stations have a wide variety of programs including political talk shows, cultural programs and unique music. AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content was previously limited to streaming audio or terrestrial radio in limited geographic areas.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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 10, 2011, Washington, DC) Radio Madoken , Zenith FM , Radio Douce FM, Radio Tambou, and Radio Sunlight have announced mobile distribution agreements with AudioNow. 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;
Radio Madoken, listen live on 712.432.8021;
Zenith FM, listen live on 712.432.8022;
Radio Douce FM, listen live on 712.432.3258;
Radio Tambou, listen live on712.432.8023;
Radio Sunlight, listen live on 712.432.8013.

“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.”

With listeners around the world, these stations have a wide variety of programs including political talk shows, cultural programs and unique music. AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content was previously limited to streaming audio or terrestrial radio in limited geographic areas.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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 10, 2011, Washington, DC) Radio Madoken , Zenith FM , Radio Douce FM, Radio Tambou, and Radio Sunlight have announced mobile distribution agreements with AudioNow. 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;
Radio Madoken, listen live on 712.432.8021;
Zenith FM, listen live on 712.432.8022;
Radio Douce FM, listen live on 712.432.3258;
Radio Tambou, listen live on712.432.8023;
Radio Sunlight, listen live on 712.432.8013.

“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.”

With listeners around the world, these stations have a wide variety of programs including political talk shows, cultural programs and unique music. AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content was previously limited to streaming audio or terrestrial radio in limited geographic areas.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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

Four New International and Ethnic Broadcasters Expand on AudioNow

(May 3, 2011, Washington, DC) Four new international broadcasters have partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their specialized content. The newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include Radio BRN, the voice of African people around the world, broadcasting from Atlanta, GA; Dolsh Radio, streaming the sounds of Africa, broadcasting from Decatur, GA; WINB, the oldest US-based commercial international shortwave broadcaster, located in the Lancaster, PA area; and Ohio based GhanaLipz Radio, uniting Africans in the diaspora.  Live broadcasts can be heard on each stations’ unique number at any time from any phone; for Radio BRN, call 712.432.7767; for Dolsh Radio, call 712.432.8007; for WINB call 712.432.7752; and for GhanaLipz Radio, call 712.432.8014.

“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 who rely on standard mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or streaming devices.”

The audiences for the newest broadcasters are dedicated communities that share a broad array cultures and beliefs. These listeners enjoy hearing a variety of music styles as well as religious and political broadcasts. AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content can generally be reached by listeners via streaming audio but who are unavailable on terrestrial or satellite radio such as these stations.

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 3, 2011, Washington, DC) Four new international broadcasters have partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their specialized content. The newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include Radio BRN, the voice of African people around the world, broadcasting from Atlanta, GA; Dolsh Radio, streaming the sounds of Africa, broadcasting from Decatur, GA; WINB, the oldest US-based commercial international shortwave broadcaster, located in the Lancaster, PA area; and Ohio based GhanaLipz Radio, uniting Africans in the diaspora.  Live broadcasts can be heard on each stations’ unique number at any time from any phone; for Radio BRN, call 712.432.7767; for Dolsh Radio, call 712.432.8007; for WINB call 712.432.7752; and for GhanaLipz Radio, call 712.432.8014.

“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 who rely on standard mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or streaming devices.”

The audiences for the newest broadcasters are dedicated communities that share a broad array cultures and beliefs. These listeners enjoy hearing a variety of music styles as well as religious and political broadcasts. AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content can generally be reached by listeners via streaming audio but who are unavailable on terrestrial or satellite radio such as these stations.

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 3, 2011, Washington, DC) Four new international broadcasters have partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their specialized content. The newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include Radio BRN, the voice of African people around the world, broadcasting from Atlanta, GA; Dolsh Radio, streaming the sounds of Africa, broadcasting from Decatur, GA; WINB, the oldest US-based commercial international shortwave broadcaster, located in the Lancaster, PA area; and Ohio based GhanaLipz Radio, uniting Africans in the diaspora.  Live broadcasts can be heard on each stations’ unique number at any time from any phone; for Radio BRN, call 712.432.7767; for Dolsh Radio, call 712.432.8007; for WINB call 712.432.7752; and for GhanaLipz Radio, call 712.432.8014.

“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 who rely on standard mobile phones and can’t access their content through standard radio or streaming devices.”

The audiences for the newest broadcasters are dedicated communities that share a broad array cultures and beliefs. These listeners enjoy hearing a variety of music styles as well as religious and political broadcasts. AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content can generally be reached by listeners via streaming audio but who are unavailable on terrestrial or satellite radio such as these stations.

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 Announces Bandwidth Savings Meter

Washington, DC – AudioNow announced today that participating broadcasters will now be able to see a graphic representation of their unique estimated bandwidth savings realized from broadcasting on AudioNow versus standard online streaming for monthly increments. Displayed results rely on actual broadcaster traffic patterns for listeners of their streaming content on AudioNow.

bandwidth_savings_graph

“Our audio platform was designed for the unique requirements of the broadcast industry from the bottom up to help them lower the cascading growth of bandwidth costs as a result of increased mobile streaming through data networks”, said Marcel Barbulescu, the company’s Chief Technology Officer. “AudioNow uses a single stream of bandwidth regardless of the number of listeners that call in on our network.”

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 – AudioNow announced today that participating broadcasters will now be able to see a graphic representation of their unique estimated bandwidth savings realized from broadcasting on AudioNow versus standard online streaming for monthly increments. Displayed results rely on actual broadcaster traffic patterns for listeners of their streaming content on AudioNow.

bandwidth_savings_graph

“Our audio platform was designed for the unique requirements of the broadcast industry from the bottom up to help them lower the cascading growth of bandwidth costs as a result of increased mobile streaming through data networks”, said Marcel Barbulescu, the company’s Chief Technology Officer. “AudioNow uses a single stream of bandwidth regardless of the number of listeners that call in on our network.”

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 – AudioNow announced today that participating broadcasters will now be able to see a graphic representation of their unique estimated bandwidth savings realized from broadcasting on AudioNow versus standard online streaming for monthly increments. Displayed results rely on actual broadcaster traffic patterns for listeners of their streaming content on AudioNow.

bandwidth_savings_graph

“Our audio platform was designed for the unique requirements of the broadcast industry from the bottom up to help them lower the cascading growth of bandwidth costs as a result of increased mobile streaming through data networks”, said Marcel Barbulescu, the company’s Chief Technology Officer. “AudioNow uses a single stream of bandwidth regardless of the number of listeners that call in on our network.”

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

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Princeton, Columbia and U Penn Team Sports Now Available on Any Mobile Device

(April 20, 2011, Washington, DC) Three new college broadcasters have joined forces with AudioNow to provide live mobile listening to any mobile device for their rowing team broadcasts. The newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include rowing teams from the University of Pennsylvania; Columbia University; and Princeton. Audiences can now listen to live competition from any mobile device by calling their station’s unique number; for University of Pennsylvania Rowing, call 215.399.2864; for Columbia University Rowing, call 212.381.9645; for Princeton Rowing, call 609.436.4171.

“AudioNow is uniquely designed to broadcast content that is unavailable on satellite or terrestrial radio for listeners on-the-go. College sports are one of our fastest growing sources of non-traditional sports programming” says Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “Our platform is perfect for live sports programming because listener’s want information on-the-go as it happens on any mobile device reliably without downloads, or access to data networks.”

The listeners for these college programs represent a broad group of individuals including team athletes, fans and alumni. AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content is unavailable on terrestrial or satellite radio such as these college sports programs.

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(April 20, 2011, Washington, DC) Three new college broadcasters have joined forces with AudioNow to provide live mobile listening to any mobile device for their rowing team broadcasts. The newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include rowing teams from the University of Pennsylvania; Columbia University; and Princeton. Audiences can now listen to live competition from any mobile device by calling their station’s unique number; for University of Pennsylvania Rowing, call 215.399.2864; for Columbia University Rowing, call 212.381.9645; for Princeton Rowing, call 609.436.4171.

“AudioNow is uniquely designed to broadcast content that is unavailable on satellite or terrestrial radio for listeners on-the-go. College sports are one of our fastest growing sources of non-traditional sports programming” says Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “Our platform is perfect for live sports programming because listener’s want information on-the-go as it happens on any mobile device reliably without downloads, or access to data networks.”

The listeners for these college programs represent a broad group of individuals including team athletes, fans and alumni. AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content is unavailable on terrestrial or satellite radio such as these college sports programs.

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(April 20, 2011, Washington, DC) Three new college broadcasters have joined forces with AudioNow to provide live mobile listening to any mobile device for their rowing team broadcasts. The newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include rowing teams from the University of Pennsylvania; Columbia University; and Princeton. Audiences can now listen to live competition from any mobile device by calling their station’s unique number; for University of Pennsylvania Rowing, call 215.399.2864; for Columbia University Rowing, call 212.381.9645; for Princeton Rowing, call 609.436.4171.

“AudioNow is uniquely designed to broadcast content that is unavailable on satellite or terrestrial radio for listeners on-the-go. College sports are one of our fastest growing sources of non-traditional sports programming” says Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Director of Public Affairs. “Our platform is perfect for live sports programming because listener’s want information on-the-go as it happens on any mobile device reliably without downloads, or access to data networks.”

The listeners for these college programs represent a broad group of individuals including team athletes, fans and alumni. AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content is unavailable on terrestrial or satellite radio such as these college sports programs.

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 Announces Expansion With Five New International and Ethnic Broadcasters

(April 13, 2011, Washington, DC) Five new international broadcasters partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their specialized content.  The newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include Port-au-Prince Plus, PA; Radio Shalom broadcasting from Miami, Florida; GoodNews Radio based in Asbury Park, New Jersey; Passion Haiti based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti; and New-York Based Sky FM.   Live broadcasts can be heard on the stations’ unique number at any time from any phone;  for Port Au Prince Plus, dial 712.432.8012; for Radio Shalom, dial 712.432.8016; for GoodNews Radio, dial 712.432.8018; for Passion Haiti dial 712.432.8019; for Radio Sky FM, dial 712.432.7763.

“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.”

These stations broadcast in communities that share a common culture and language that includes Spanish, Arabic, Creole, French and other languages.   AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content can only be reached by listeners via streaming audio but are unavailable on terrestrial or satellite 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

(April 13, 2011, Washington, DC) Five new international broadcasters partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their specialized content.  The newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include Port-au-Prince Plus, PA; Radio Shalom broadcasting from Miami, Florida; GoodNews Radio based in Asbury Park, New Jersey; Passion Haiti based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti; and New-York Based Sky FM.   Live broadcasts can be heard on the stations’ unique number at any time from any phone;  for Port Au Prince Plus, dial 712.432.8012; for Radio Shalom, dial 712.432.8016; for GoodNews Radio, dial 712.432.8018; for Passion Haiti dial 712.432.8019; for Radio Sky FM, dial 712.432.7763.

“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.”

These stations broadcast in communities that share a common culture and language that includes Spanish, Arabic, Creole, French and other languages.   AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content can only be reached by listeners via streaming audio but are unavailable on terrestrial or satellite 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

(April 13, 2011, Washington, DC) Five new international broadcasters partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their specialized content.  The newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include Port-au-Prince Plus, PA; Radio Shalom broadcasting from Miami, Florida; GoodNews Radio based in Asbury Park, New Jersey; Passion Haiti based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti; and New-York Based Sky FM.   Live broadcasts can be heard on the stations’ unique number at any time from any phone;  for Port Au Prince Plus, dial 712.432.8012; for Radio Shalom, dial 712.432.8016; for GoodNews Radio, dial 712.432.8018; for Passion Haiti dial 712.432.8019; for Radio Sky FM, dial 712.432.7763.

“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.”

These stations broadcast in communities that share a common culture and language that includes Spanish, Arabic, Creole, French and other languages.   AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content can only be reached by listeners via streaming audio but are unavailable on terrestrial or satellite 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

AudioNow Introduces Four New International Broadcasters

(March 25, 2011)  Radio ClassiqueInter, Radio TropicaleInter, Radio Bonheur, and Radio AfricaOne have all joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their special language broadcasts. Listeners can listen live simply by dialing their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;  to listen to radio ClassiqueInter, dial 712.432.7764; for Radio TropicaleInter, dial 712.432.1967;  for Radio Bonhuer, dial 712.432.1968; and for Radio AfricaOne, dial 712.432.1969.

“AudioNow has now become the largest and fastest growing cross-mobile platform for international and ethnic broadcasters in the U.S. Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jennifer 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.”

Boasting a global audience, these stations have a broad array of programs including regional and local news, cultural broadcasts and diverse music platforms.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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

(March 25, 2011)  Radio ClassiqueInter, Radio TropicaleInter, Radio Bonheur, and Radio AfricaOne have all joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their special language broadcasts. Listeners can listen live simply by dialing their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;  to listen to radio ClassiqueInter, dial 712.432.7764; for Radio TropicaleInter, dial 712.432.1967;  for Radio Bonhuer, dial 712.432.1968; and for Radio AfricaOne, dial 712.432.1969.

“AudioNow has now become the largest and fastest growing cross-mobile platform for international and ethnic broadcasters in the U.S. Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jennifer 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.”

Boasting a global audience, these stations have a broad array of programs including regional and local news, cultural broadcasts and diverse music platforms.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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

(March 25, 2011)  Radio ClassiqueInter, Radio TropicaleInter, Radio Bonheur, and Radio AfricaOne have all joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their special language broadcasts. Listeners can listen live simply by dialing their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;  to listen to radio ClassiqueInter, dial 712.432.7764; for Radio TropicaleInter, dial 712.432.1967;  for Radio Bonhuer, dial 712.432.1968; and for Radio AfricaOne, dial 712.432.1969.

“AudioNow has now become the largest and fastest growing cross-mobile platform for international and ethnic broadcasters in the U.S. Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jennifer 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.”

Boasting a global audience, these stations have a broad array of programs including regional and local news, cultural broadcasts and diverse music platforms.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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 Adds New Global Broadcasters in the U.S. and Around the World

(March 11,2011, Washington, DC)  Five international broadcasters have joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their special language broadcasts.  Newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include Radio Eclat based in Brooklyn, New York; Radio Obimanso broadcasting from Lawrenceville, Georgia; Radio Tete A Tete based in Saint Marc Haiti; Radio Vox Populi based in Orlando, Florida; and Radio Frantz Design  broadcasting from Elmont, New York.   Audiences can listen live simply by dialing their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;  for Radio Eclat, dial 712.432.7753; for Radio Obimanso, dial 712.432.7758; for Radio Tete A Tete, dial 712.432.7759; for Radio Vox Populi, dial 712.432.7761; for Radio Frantz Design, dial 712.432.7762.

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jennifer 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.”

The listeners for these five stations represent a broad group of individuals who desire a connection with their homeland communities.  Many share a common culture including Carribean and African nations and also share common languages including French and Creole.  AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content can generally be reached by listeners via streaming audio but who are unavailable on terrestrial or satellite radio such as these stations.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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

(March 11,2011, Washington, DC)  Five international broadcasters have joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their special language broadcasts.  Newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include Radio Eclat based in Brooklyn, New York; Radio Obimanso broadcasting from Lawrenceville, Georgia; Radio Tete A Tete based in Saint Marc Haiti; Radio Vox Populi based in Orlando, Florida; and Radio Frantz Design  broadcasting from Elmont, New York.   Audiences can listen live simply by dialing their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;  for Radio Eclat, dial 712.432.7753; for Radio Obimanso, dial 712.432.7758; for Radio Tete A Tete, dial 712.432.7759; for Radio Vox Populi, dial 712.432.7761; for Radio Frantz Design, dial 712.432.7762.

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jennifer 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.”

The listeners for these five stations represent a broad group of individuals who desire a connection with their homeland communities.  Many share a common culture including Carribean and African nations and also share common languages including French and Creole.  AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content can generally be reached by listeners via streaming audio but who are unavailable on terrestrial or satellite radio such as these stations.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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

(March 11,2011, Washington, DC)  Five international broadcasters have joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their special language broadcasts.  Newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include Radio Eclat based in Brooklyn, New York; Radio Obimanso broadcasting from Lawrenceville, Georgia; Radio Tete A Tete based in Saint Marc Haiti; Radio Vox Populi based in Orlando, Florida; and Radio Frantz Design  broadcasting from Elmont, New York.   Audiences can listen live simply by dialing their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;  for Radio Eclat, dial 712.432.7753; for Radio Obimanso, dial 712.432.7758; for Radio Tete A Tete, dial 712.432.7759; for Radio Vox Populi, dial 712.432.7761; for Radio Frantz Design, dial 712.432.7762.

“Listeners can now access their favorite content on any mobile device which we have seen builds tremendous loyalty for broadcasters,” says Jennifer 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.”

The listeners for these five stations represent a broad group of individuals who desire a connection with their homeland communities.  Many share a common culture including Carribean and African nations and also share common languages including French and Creole.  AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content can generally be reached by listeners via streaming audio but who are unavailable on terrestrial or satellite radio such as these stations.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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 Accelerates Expansion With International Broadcasters in the U.S.

(February 28, 2011, Washington, DC)  Five new international broadcasters have joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their special language broadcasts.  Newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include Radio Shalom based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti; Radio Mega broadcasting from Miami, Florida; Radio Verite based in  Central New Jersey; Radio Concorde based in Boston, Massachusetts; and Radio FusionFM  broadcasting from Parkland, FL.   Audiences can listen live simply by dialing their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;  for Radio Shalom, dial 712.432.3246; for Radio Mega, dial 712.432.3235; for Radio Verite, dial 712.432.1965; for Radio Concorde, dial 712.432.3241; for Radio FusionFM, dial 712.432.7751.

“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.”

The audiences for the newest broadcasters are dedicated communities that share common languages, beliefs, and cultures, including Creole, Caribbean, French, and religious broadcasting.  AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content can generally be reached by listeners via streaming audio but who are unavailable on terrestrial or satellite radio such as these stations.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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

(February 28, 2011, Washington, DC)  Five new international broadcasters have joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their special language broadcasts.  Newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include Radio Shalom based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti; Radio Mega broadcasting from Miami, Florida; Radio Verite based in  Central New Jersey; Radio Concorde based in Boston, Massachusetts; and Radio FusionFM  broadcasting from Parkland, FL.   Audiences can listen live simply by dialing their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;  for Radio Shalom, dial 712.432.3246; for Radio Mega, dial 712.432.3235; for Radio Verite, dial 712.432.1965; for Radio Concorde, dial 712.432.3241; for Radio FusionFM, dial 712.432.7751.

“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.”

The audiences for the newest broadcasters are dedicated communities that share common languages, beliefs, and cultures, including Creole, Caribbean, French, and religious broadcasting.  AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content can generally be reached by listeners via streaming audio but who are unavailable on terrestrial or satellite radio such as these stations.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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

(February 28, 2011, Washington, DC)  Five new international broadcasters have joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their special language broadcasts.  Newest broadcasters to expand on the AudioNow network include Radio Shalom based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti; Radio Mega broadcasting from Miami, Florida; Radio Verite based in  Central New Jersey; Radio Concorde based in Boston, Massachusetts; and Radio FusionFM  broadcasting from Parkland, FL.   Audiences can listen live simply by dialing their station’s unique number at any time from any phone;  for Radio Shalom, dial 712.432.3246; for Radio Mega, dial 712.432.3235; for Radio Verite, dial 712.432.1965; for Radio Concorde, dial 712.432.3241; for Radio FusionFM, dial 712.432.7751.

“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.”

The audiences for the newest broadcasters are dedicated communities that share common languages, beliefs, and cultures, including Creole, Caribbean, French, and religious broadcasting.  AudioNow is especially appealing to broadcasters whose content can generally be reached by listeners via streaming audio but who are unavailable on terrestrial or satellite radio such as these stations.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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

New York’s, Comedy FM Expands Mobile Phone Distribution on AudioNow

(Feb 2, 2010, New York)  New York-based Comedy FM, an entertainment and talk station, has joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming for their station’s programming simply by dialing 1.712.432.3234 at any time of day.

“Our goal is to reach more people around the world.” says Jaky Saintulert, Director of Comedy FM.  “We want to serve our listeners especially in the United States.  We know our partnership with AudioNow will allow them greater flexibility in listening to their favorite radio on any mobile.”

“Listening to radio should be as simple as pressing a speed dial button for the more than 80% of the market that do not access data services on their phones,” says Marcel Barbulescu, the Chief Technology Officer of AudioNow. “Comedy FM’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 NY-based Comedy FM offers a broad range of entertainment  and talk programs in English, French, and Creole.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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 Comedy FM:
Jaky Saintulert
mrlamarr@yahoo.com

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

(Feb 2, 2010, New York)  New York-based Comedy FM, an entertainment and talk station, has joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming for their station’s programming simply by dialing 1.712.432.3234 at any time of day.

“Our goal is to reach more people around the world.” says Jaky Saintulert, Director of Comedy FM.  “We want to serve our listeners especially in the United States.  We know our partnership with AudioNow will allow them greater flexibility in listening to their favorite radio on any mobile.”

“Listening to radio should be as simple as pressing a speed dial button for the more than 80% of the market that do not access data services on their phones,” says Marcel Barbulescu, the Chief Technology Officer of AudioNow. “Comedy FM’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 NY-based Comedy FM offers a broad range of entertainment  and talk programs in English, French, and Creole.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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 Comedy FM:
Jaky Saintulert
mrlamarr@yahoo.com

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

(Feb 2, 2010, New York)  New York-based Comedy FM, an entertainment and talk station, has joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming for their station’s programming simply by dialing 1.712.432.3234 at any time of day.

“Our goal is to reach more people around the world.” says Jaky Saintulert, Director of Comedy FM.  “We want to serve our listeners especially in the United States.  We know our partnership with AudioNow will allow them greater flexibility in listening to their favorite radio on any mobile.”

“Listening to radio should be as simple as pressing a speed dial button for the more than 80% of the market that do not access data services on their phones,” says Marcel Barbulescu, the Chief Technology Officer of AudioNow. “Comedy FM’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 NY-based Comedy FM offers a broad range of entertainment  and talk programs in English, French, and Creole.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone radio distribution in North America. It uses proprietary, 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 Comedy FM:
Jaky Saintulert
mrlamarr@yahoo.com

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