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Radio Africa, First 24 HR Live African Radio Station in N. America, Now on Any Mobile Phone

(Dec 2, 2010, Washington DC.)  WOAU, Radio Africa, has joined forces with AudioNow to become the first 24 hr. live African radio station to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their station’s Swahili news and music broadcasts. Listeners can hear Radio Africa live simply by dialing 1. 712.432.6627 at any time from any phone.

“Radio Africa partnered with AudioNow because our station is seeking to broaden our audience in N. America.” says Theo Pratt Jr, Programming Director for Radio Africa.  “We are excited to see how our partnership with AudioNow will allow more listeners to hear our station wherever they are.”

“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. “Radio Africa’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 Africa, the “mouthpiece” of African’s worldwide, has 24 hour programming that includes music, news and current events.

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 Radio Africa:
Theo Pratt Jr.
landsdealer@yahoo.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

(Dec 2, 2010, Washington DC.)  WOAU, Radio Africa, has joined forces with AudioNow to become the first 24 hr. live African radio station to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their station’s Swahili news and music broadcasts. Listeners can hear Radio Africa live simply by dialing 1. 712.432.6627 at any time from any phone.

“Radio Africa partnered with AudioNow because our station is seeking to broaden our audience in N. America.” says Theo Pratt Jr, Programming Director for Radio Africa.  “We are excited to see how our partnership with AudioNow will allow more listeners to hear our station wherever they are.”

“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. “Radio Africa’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 Africa, the “mouthpiece” of African’s worldwide, has 24 hour programming that includes music, news and current events.

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 Radio Africa:
Theo Pratt Jr.
landsdealer@yahoo.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

(Dec 2, 2010, Washington DC.)  WOAU, Radio Africa, has joined forces with AudioNow to become the first 24 hr. live African radio station to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their station’s Swahili news and music broadcasts. Listeners can hear Radio Africa live simply by dialing 1. 712.432.6627 at any time from any phone.

“Radio Africa partnered with AudioNow because our station is seeking to broaden our audience in N. America.” says Theo Pratt Jr, Programming Director for Radio Africa.  “We are excited to see how our partnership with AudioNow will allow more listeners to hear our station wherever they are.”

“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. “Radio Africa’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 Africa, the “mouthpiece” of African’s worldwide, has 24 hour programming that includes music, news and current events.

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 Radio Africa:
Theo Pratt Jr.
landsdealer@yahoo.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

First Haitian Sports Radio Network Expands Mobile Phone Distribution on AudioNow

(December 2, 2010, North Miami Beach, FL)- In an effort to reach more listeners, Total Mix Radio has announced a partnership with AudioNow which will allow its mobile listeners to access the station’s sports news programming live by dialing 1.712.432.6613 from any mobile phone.

“Total Mix Radio was formed by a group of journalists who set out to create the first Haitian sports network.” says Joseph Gaby, President of Total Mix Radio.  “We believe our partnership with AudioNow will allow us to reach more listeners.”

“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. “Our platform is perfect for Total Mix Radio’s sports programming because listener’s want up-to-date live action as it happens on the go.”

Total Mix Radio has been broadcasting for a year and their listeners tune in to hear the lastest sports news in French, one of Haiti’s two official languages.

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 requiring minimal bandwidth for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At Total Mix Radio:
Joseph Gaby
1.954.548.7319
info@totalmixradio.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

(December 2, 2010, North Miami Beach, FL)- In an effort to reach more listeners, Total Mix Radio has announced a partnership with AudioNow which will allow its mobile listeners to access the station’s sports news programming live by dialing 1.712.432.6613 from any mobile phone.

“Total Mix Radio was formed by a group of journalists who set out to create the first Haitian sports network.” says Joseph Gaby, President of Total Mix Radio.  “We believe our partnership with AudioNow will allow us to reach more listeners.”

“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. “Our platform is perfect for Total Mix Radio’s sports programming because listener’s want up-to-date live action as it happens on the go.”

Total Mix Radio has been broadcasting for a year and their listeners tune in to hear the lastest sports news in French, one of Haiti’s two official languages.

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 requiring minimal bandwidth for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At Total Mix Radio:
Joseph Gaby
1.954.548.7319
info@totalmixradio.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

(December 2, 2010, North Miami Beach, FL)- In an effort to reach more listeners, Total Mix Radio has announced a partnership with AudioNow which will allow its mobile listeners to access the station’s sports news programming live by dialing 1.712.432.6613 from any mobile phone.

“Total Mix Radio was formed by a group of journalists who set out to create the first Haitian sports network.” says Joseph Gaby, President of Total Mix Radio.  “We believe our partnership with AudioNow will allow us to reach more listeners.”

“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. “Our platform is perfect for Total Mix Radio’s sports programming because listener’s want up-to-date live action as it happens on the go.”

Total Mix Radio has been broadcasting for a year and their listeners tune in to hear the lastest sports news in French, one of Haiti’s two official languages.

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 requiring minimal bandwidth for broadcasters. Visit www.audionow.com to learn more and register.

Contact Information:

At Total Mix Radio:
Joseph Gaby
1.954.548.7319
info@totalmixradio.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

UCLA Women’s Basketball Games Now on Any Mobile Phone

Los Angeles, CA  December 2, 2010: UCLA Bruins’ Women’s Basketball has teamed up with AudioNow to provide listeners access to live games simply by dialing 712-432-1965 from any mobile phone, 24/7.

 

“The first test of Audio Now was successful on November 12 when the Bruins beat the San Diego State Aztecs on the road.” says UCLA Athletic Administrator, Mike Sondheimer.  “We will be using the service again for road events in December.”

“Listening to UCLA sports events should be as easy as pressing a speed dial key on any mobile device which listeners can now do. Simplicity for broadcasters and listeners is the key to AudioNow’s technology platform. College sports is one of our fastest growing sources of non-traditional sports programming” says Marcel Barbulescu, the Chief Technology Officer of AudioNow.  “Our platform is perfect for UCLA’s live sports programming because listener’s want up-to-date stats on the go as-it-happens.”

UCLA Basketball’s connection to the AudioNow technology platform was made possible by Stretch Internet, a leading provider of multimedia marketing services to online college and high school sports broadcasters.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, 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:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

Los Angeles, CA  December 2, 2010: UCLA Bruins’ Women’s Basketball has teamed up with AudioNow to provide listeners access to live games simply by dialing 712-432-1965 from any mobile phone, 24/7.

“The first test of Audio Now was successful on November 12 when the Bruins beat the San Diego State Aztecs on the road.” says UCLA Athletic Administrator, Mike Sondheimer.  “We will be using the service again for road events in December.”

“Listening to UCLA sports events should be as easy as pressing a speed dial key on any mobile device which listeners can now do. Simplicity for broadcasters and listeners is the key to AudioNow’s technology platform. College sports is one of our fastest growing sources of non-traditional sports programming” says Marcel Barbulescu, the Chief Technology Officer of AudioNow.  “Our platform is perfect for UCLA’s live sports programming because listener’s want up-to-date stats on the go as-it-happens.”

UCLA Basketball’s connection to the AudioNow technology platform was made possible by Stretch Internet, a leading provider of multimedia marketing services to online college and high school sports broadcasters.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, 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:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

Los Angeles, CA  December 2, 2010: UCLA Bruins’ Women’s Basketball has teamed up with AudioNow to provide listeners access to live games simply by dialing 712-432-1965 from any mobile phone, 24/7.

“The first test of Audio Now was successful on November 12 when the Bruins beat the San Diego State Aztecs on the road.” says UCLA Athletic Administrator, Mike Sondheimer.  “We will be using the service again for road events in December.”

“Listening to UCLA sports events should be as easy as pressing a speed dial key on any mobile device which listeners can now do. Simplicity for broadcasters and listeners is the key to AudioNow’s technology platform. College sports is one of our fastest growing sources of non-traditional sports programming” says Marcel Barbulescu, the Chief Technology Officer of AudioNow.  “Our platform is perfect for UCLA’s live sports programming because listener’s want up-to-date stats on the go as-it-happens.”

UCLA Basketball’s connection to the AudioNow technology platform was made possible by Stretch Internet, a leading provider of multimedia marketing services to online college and high school sports broadcasters.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, 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:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

Suburban Philadelphia’s Leading Hispanic Radio Now on Any Mobile Phone

Philadelphia, PA November 30, 2010: Spanish Radio, La Que Buena 1620AM, has joined forces with AudioNow to provide listening on any mobile phone, 24/7, by dialing 712-432-1970.

“Coverage and easy access with just one phone call are imperative in today’s information age,” says Ulma Martinez, Vice President at La Que Buena.  “With AudioNow, no data plan is required on listener’s cell phones, and their service has excellent audio.”

“Listening to Philadelphia’s leading Spanish broadcaster should be as easy as pressing a speed dial key on any mobile device which listeners can now do. Simplicity for broadcasters and listeners is the key to AudioNow’s technology platform.” says Marcel Barbulescu, the Chief Technology Officer of AudioNow.  “Our platform is perfect for La Que Buena’s Spanish programming because listener’s want news and music in their language on the go.”

La Que Buena 1620AM is distinguished by their regional Mexican programming and support of the community.  Their programming keeps listeners up to date on news, current events, sports and the latest music from the Latin community.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, 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 La Que Buena 1620 AM:
Yanet Martinez
info@laquebuenaam.com
At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

Philadelphia, PA November 30, 2010: Spanish Radio, La Que Buena 1620AM, has joined forces with AudioNow to provide listening on any mobile phone, 24/7, by dialing 712-432-1970.

“Coverage and easy access with just one phone call are imperative in today’s information age,” says Ulma Martinez, Vice President at La Que Buena.  “With AudioNow, no data plan is required on listener’s cell phones, and their service has excellent audio.”  

“Listening to Philadelphia’s leading Spanish broadcaster should be as easy as pressing a speed dial key on any mobile device which listeners can now do. Simplicity for broadcasters and listeners is the key to AudioNow’s technology platform.” says Marcel Barbulescu, the Chief Technology Officer of AudioNow.  “Our platform is perfect for La Que Buena’s Spanish programming because listener’s want news and music in their language on the go.”  

La Que Buena 1620AM is distinguished by their regional Mexican programming and support of the community.  Their programming keeps listeners up to date on news, current events, sports and the latest music from the Latin community.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, 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 La Que Buena 1620 AM:
Yanet Martinez
info@laquebuenaam.com
At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

Philadelphia, PA November 30, 2010: Spanish Radio, La Que Buena 1620AM, has joined forces with AudioNow to provide listening on any mobile phone, 24/7, by dialing 712-432-1970.

“Coverage and easy access with just one phone call are imperative in today’s information age,” says Ulma Martinez, Vice President at La Que Buena.  “With AudioNow, no data plan is required on listener’s cell phones, and their service has excellent audio.”  

“Listening to Philadelphia’s leading Spanish broadcaster should be as easy as pressing a speed dial key on any mobile device which listeners can now do. Simplicity for broadcasters and listeners is the key to AudioNow’s technology platform.” says Marcel Barbulescu, the Chief Technology Officer of AudioNow.  “Our platform is perfect for La Que Buena’s Spanish programming because listener’s want news and music in their language on the go.”  

La Que Buena 1620AM is distinguished by their regional Mexican programming and support of the community.  Their programming keeps listeners up to date on news, current events, sports and the latest music from the Latin community.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, 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 La Que Buena 1620 AM:
Yanet Martinez
info@laquebuenaam.com
At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

Entravision Expands Spanish-Language Radio Content from McAllen and Denver to Listeners on Any Phone with AudioNow

SANTA MONICA, CA – October 27, 2010 – Entravision Communications Corporation (NYSE: EVC) today announced that the streaming simulcast audio track for its radio stations KXPK 96.5 FM La Tricolor in Denver, CO and KKPS 99.5 FM Que Pasa in McAllen, TX is now available 24/7 on any phone – mobile or landline. Listeners can tune into the audio streams of these stations without having to access data services or download any programs by dialing (712) 432-6614 for KXPK-FM and (712) 432-6615 for KKPS-FM.

Entravision is the first Spanish-language radio broadcaster to use this innovative approach to reach all mobile phone users, not just those with smartphones. This new distribution stream extends the reach of Entravision’s stations, providing its popular content to audiences however, whenever and wherever they want it.

In addition to AudioNow, the stations can be accessed via over-the-air radio broadcasts on the stations, online at www.965tricolor.com and www.995quepasa.com, and through the KXPK 96.5 FM La Tricolor and KKPS 99.5 FM Que Pasa iPhone Apps available at the Apple iTunes store.

“We are constantly looking for new platforms to reach our listeners and this service takes our connectivity to a different level. We are delighted that more listeners can access our programming on the go, even if they don’t have a smartphone,” said Esteban Lopez Blanco, Executive Director of Interactive for Entravision. “The AudioNow service is a terrific complement to our web-streaming and terrestrial broadcasts, which together provide Entravision radio fans with a multitude of flexible listening options so they are never far from their favorite radio station.”

“With the AudioNow service, listening to Entravision’s La Tricolor in Denver and Que Pasa in McAllen will be as simple as pressing a single speed dial button for the more than 80% of the market who do not subscribe to data services on their phones,” said Elan Blutinger, Managing Director of AudioNow. “We are thrilled to be assisting Entravision in transmitting their rich content to every mobile phone listener in these regions.”

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

About Entravision Communications Corporation
Entravision Communications Corporation is a diversified Spanish-language media company utilizing a combination of television and radio operations to reach Hispanic consumers across the United States, as well as the border markets of Mexico. Entravision is the largest affiliate group of both the top-ranked Univision television network and Univision’s TeleFutura network, with television stations in 20 of the nation’s top 50 Hispanic markets. The company also operates one of the nation’s largest groups of primarily Spanish-language radio stations, consisting of 48 owned and operated radio stations. Entravision shares of Class A Common Stock are traded on The New York Stock Exchange under the symbol: EVC.

About AudioNow
AudioNow 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 audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms with minimal bandwidth for broadcaster. More information is available at www.audionow.com or by contacting Elan Blutinger, Managing director, at (202) 607-4668.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.comSANTA MONICA, CA – October 27, 2010 – Entravision Communications Corporation (NYSE: EVC) today announced that the streaming simulcast audio track for its radio stations KXPK 96.5 FM La Tricolor in Denver, CO and KKPS 99.5 FM Que Pasa in McAllen, TX is now available 24/7 on any phone – mobile or landline. Listeners can tune into the audio streams of these stations without having to access data services or download any programs by dialing (712) 432-6614 for KXPK-FM and (712) 432-6615 for KKPS-FM.

Entravision is the first Spanish-language radio broadcaster to use this innovative approach to reach all mobile phone users, not just those with smartphones. This new distribution stream extends the reach of Entravision’s stations, providing its popular content to audiences however, whenever and wherever they want it.

In addition to AudioNow, the stations can be accessed via over-the-air radio broadcasts on the stations, online at www.965tricolor.com and www.995quepasa.com, and through the KXPK 96.5 FM La Tricolor and KKPS 99.5 FM Que Pasa iPhone Apps available at the Apple iTunes store.

“We are constantly looking for new platforms to reach our listeners and this service takes our connectivity to a different level. We are delighted that more listeners can access our programming on the go, even if they don’t have a smartphone,” said Esteban Lopez Blanco, Executive Director of Interactive for Entravision. “The AudioNow service is a terrific complement to our web-streaming and terrestrial broadcasts, which together provide Entravision radio fans with a multitude of flexible listening options so they are never far from their favorite radio station.”

“With the AudioNow service, listening to Entravision’s La Tricolor in Denver and Que Pasa in McAllen will be as simple as pressing a single speed dial button for the more than 80% of the market who do not subscribe to data services on their phones,” said Elan Blutinger, Managing Director of AudioNow. “We are thrilled to be assisting Entravision in transmitting their rich content to every mobile phone listener in these regions.”

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

About Entravision Communications Corporation
Entravision Communications Corporation is a diversified Spanish-language media company utilizing a combination of television and radio operations to reach Hispanic consumers across the United States, as well as the border markets of Mexico. Entravision is the largest affiliate group of both the top-ranked Univision television network and Univision’s TeleFutura network, with television stations in 20 of the nation’s top 50 Hispanic markets. The company also operates one of the nation’s largest groups of primarily Spanish-language radio stations, consisting of 48 owned and operated radio stations. Entravision shares of Class A Common Stock are traded on The New York Stock Exchange under the symbol: EVC.

About AudioNow
AudioNow 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 audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms with minimal bandwidth for broadcaster. More information is available at www.audionow.com or by contacting Elan Blutinger, Managing director, at (202) 607-4668.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.comSANTA MONICA, CA – October 27, 2010 – Entravision Communications Corporation (NYSE: EVC) today announced that the streaming simulcast audio track for its radio stations KXPK 96.5 FM La Tricolor in Denver, CO and KKPS 99.5 FM Que Pasa in McAllen, TX is now available 24/7 on any phone – mobile or landline. Listeners can tune into the audio streams of these stations without having to access data services or download any programs by dialing (712) 432-6614 for KXPK-FM and (712) 432-6615 for KKPS-FM.

Entravision is the first Spanish-language radio broadcaster to use this innovative approach to reach all mobile phone users, not just those with smartphones. This new distribution stream extends the reach of Entravision’s stations, providing its popular content to audiences however, whenever and wherever they want it.

In addition to AudioNow, the stations can be accessed via over-the-air radio broadcasts on the stations, online at www.965tricolor.com and www.995quepasa.com, and through the KXPK 96.5 FM La Tricolor and KKPS 99.5 FM Que Pasa iPhone Apps available at the Apple iTunes store.

“We are constantly looking for new platforms to reach our listeners and this service takes our connectivity to a different level. We are delighted that more listeners can access our programming on the go, even if they don’t have a smartphone,” said Esteban Lopez Blanco, Executive Director of Interactive for Entravision. “The AudioNow service is a terrific complement to our web-streaming and terrestrial broadcasts, which together provide Entravision radio fans with a multitude of flexible listening options so they are never far from their favorite radio station.”

“With the AudioNow service, listening to Entravision’s La Tricolor in Denver and Que Pasa in McAllen will be as simple as pressing a single speed dial button for the more than 80% of the market who do not subscribe to data services on their phones,” said Elan Blutinger, Managing Director of AudioNow. “We are thrilled to be assisting Entravision in transmitting their rich content to every mobile phone listener in these regions.”

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

About Entravision Communications Corporation
Entravision Communications Corporation is a diversified Spanish-language media company utilizing a combination of television and radio operations to reach Hispanic consumers across the United States, as well as the border markets of Mexico. Entravision is the largest affiliate group of both the top-ranked Univision television network and Univision’s TeleFutura network, with television stations in 20 of the nation’s top 50 Hispanic markets. The company also operates one of the nation’s largest groups of primarily Spanish-language radio stations, consisting of 48 owned and operated radio stations. Entravision shares of Class A Common Stock are traded on The New York Stock Exchange under the symbol: EVC.

About AudioNow
AudioNow 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 audio programming without any downloads across all mobile platforms with minimal bandwidth for broadcaster. More information is available at www.audionow.com or by contacting Elan Blutinger, Managing director, at (202) 607-4668.

Contact Information:

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

Radio Liberia Network Expands Mobile Phone Distribution on AudioNow

(Nov 23, 2010, Levittown, PA)  New Liberia FM, a radio broadcaster based in Pennsylvania bringing the musical and artistic ingenuity and creativity of Liberians to the world, has joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming for their station’s entertainment talk radio simply by dialing 1.712.432.6641 at any time of day.

“We feel like AudioNow will give all of our listeners across the board the opportunity to have access to our broadcast without  the need for expensive internet service.” says Joseph Roland, Station Manager of New Liberia FM.

“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. “New Liberia 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.”

New Liberia FM aims to bring the best in news, information, entertainment and education from Liberia, Africa and the world.  Many Liberians, after the civil war in their country, have been making waves in the entertainment industry and New Liberia FM strives to promote these Liberian artists to the rest of the world.

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 New Liberia FM:

Joseph Roland
zombies123@yahoo.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

(Nov 23, 2010, Levittown, PA)  New Liberia FM, a radio broadcaster based in Pennsylvania bringing the musical and artistic ingenuity and creativity of Liberians to the world, has joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming for their station’s entertainment talk radio simply by dialing 1.712.432.6641 at any time of day.

“We feel like AudioNow will give all of our listeners across the board the opportunity to have access to our broadcast without  the need for expensive internet service.” says Joseph Roland, Station Manager of New Liberia FM.

“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. “New Liberia 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.”

New Liberia FM aims to bring the best in news, information, entertainment and education from Liberia, Africa and the world.  Many Liberians, after the civil war in their country, have been making waves in the entertainment industry and New Liberia FM strives to promote these Liberian artists to the rest of the world.

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 New Liberia FM:

Joseph Roland
zombies123@yahoo.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

(Nov 23, 2010, Levittown, PA)  New Liberia FM, a radio broadcaster based in Pennsylvania bringing the musical and artistic ingenuity and creativity of Liberians to the world, has joined forces with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming for their station’s entertainment talk radio simply by dialing 1.712.432.6641 at any time of day.

“We feel like AudioNow will give all of our listeners across the board the opportunity to have access to our broadcast without  the need for expensive internet service.” says Joseph Roland, Station Manager of New Liberia FM.

“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. “New Liberia 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.”

New Liberia FM aims to bring the best in news, information, entertainment and education from Liberia, Africa and the world.  Many Liberians, after the civil war in their country, have been making waves in the entertainment industry and New Liberia FM strives to promote these Liberian artists to the rest of the world.

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 New Liberia FM:

Joseph Roland
zombies123@yahoo.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

AudioNow Profiles SN Radio’s CEO

Recently, Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Head of Public Affairs, visited with Andrej Tijani, Jr. Founder & CEO, Salone Network Worldwide, LLC to discuss their network’s decision to launch on AudioNow.  Below are excerpts from their brief interview.

Q. Tell us about SN Radio. How long has SN Radio operated?

A. SN Radio, a subsidiary of Salone Network (www.SaloneNetwork.com), was launched in April 2010.  SaloneNetwork.com is an online community designed for Sierra Leoneans to have access to entertainment and communication tools to keep in touch with family and friends.  We are excited as well because SN Radio has recently secured a 5 years broadcasting license with Voice of America (VOA), an international multimedia broadcasting service funded by the U.S. government through the Broadcasting Board of Governors.

Q. Who is your typical listener?

 

A. The majority of our listeners are from Sierra Leone but we also have other African nationals and listeners who are interested in African music in general.

Q. What appeals to you about AudioNow as a means to expand your mobile distribution?

 

A.SN Radio has always embraced innovative technology to expand its global reach.  Our decision to launch SN Radio on AudioNow serves two purposes:

(1) To make SN Radio portable since mobile phone penetration in Africa has surpassed all other communication mediums on the continent and elsewhere.

(2) To offer our business partners a reliable platform to extend their brand globally.  We believe AudioNow has the right platform to help SN Radio expand beyond the traditional boundaries of radio broadcasting and we look forward to our partnership for the long-term.

Q. How will your partnership with AudioNow help you to grow?

A. With the launch of SN Radio on AudioNow, we expect more listeners to access our live broadcast now that it’s readily available simply by calling 712-432-6642 from mobile and landline phones worldwide.  In addition, our number of listeners can easily grow exponentially if AudioNow expands into international markets and begins offering local numbers in Africa since mobile phones usage has surpassed all other forms of communication.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, 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 SN Radio:
Andrej Tijani, Jr., Founder & CEO
andretijani@yahoo.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

Recently, Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Head of Public Affairs, visited with Andrej Tijani, Jr. Founder & CEO, Salone Network Worldwide, LLC to discuss their network’s decision to launch on AudioNow.  Below are excerpts from their brief interview.

Q. Tell us about SN Radio. How long has SN Radio operated?

A. SN Radio, a subsidiary of Salone Network (www.SaloneNetwork.com), was launched in April 2010.  SaloneNetwork.com is an online community designed for Sierra Leoneans to have access to entertainment and communication tools to keep in touch with family and friends.  We are excited as well because SN Radio has recently secured a 5 years broadcasting license with Voice of America (VOA), an international multimedia broadcasting service funded by the U.S. government through the Broadcasting Board of Governors.

Q. Who is your typical listener?

A. The majority of our listeners are from Sierra Leone but we also have other African nationals and listeners who are interested in African music in general.

Q. What appeals to you about AudioNow as a means to expand your mobile distribution?

A.SN Radio has always embraced innovative technology to expand its global reach.  Our decision to launch SN Radio on AudioNow serves two purposes:

(1) To make SN Radio portable since mobile phone penetration in Africa has surpassed all other communication mediums on the continent and elsewhere.

(2) To offer our business partners a reliable platform to extend their brand globally.  We believe AudioNow has the right platform to help SN Radio expand beyond the traditional boundaries of radio broadcasting and we look forward to our partnership for the long-term.

Q. How will your partnership with AudioNow help you to grow?

A. With the launch of SN Radio on AudioNow, we expect more listeners to access our live broadcast now that it’s readily available simply by calling 712-432-6642 from mobile and landline phones worldwide.  In addition, our number of listeners can easily grow exponentially if AudioNow expands into international markets and begins offering local numbers in Africa since mobile phones usage has surpassed all other forms of communication.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, 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 SN Radio:
Andrej Tijani, Jr., Founder & CEO
andretijani@yahoo.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

Recently, Jen Friesen, AudioNow’s Head of Public Affairs, visited with Andrej Tijani, Jr. Founder & CEO, Salone Network Worldwide, LLC to discuss their network’s decision to launch on AudioNow.  Below are excerpts from their brief interview.

Q. Tell us about SN Radio. How long has SN Radio operated?

A. SN Radio, a subsidiary of Salone Network (www.SaloneNetwork.com), was launched in April 2010.  SaloneNetwork.com is an online community designed for Sierra Leoneans to have access to entertainment and communication tools to keep in touch with family and friends.  We are excited as well because SN Radio has recently secured a 5 years broadcasting license with Voice of America (VOA), an international multimedia broadcasting service funded by the U.S. government through the Broadcasting Board of Governors.

Q. Who is your typical listener?

A. The majority of our listeners are from Sierra Leone but we also have other African nationals and listeners who are interested in African music in general.

Q. What appeals to you about AudioNow as a means to expand your mobile distribution?

A.SN Radio has always embraced innovative technology to expand its global reach.  Our decision to launch SN Radio on AudioNow serves two purposes:

(1) To make SN Radio portable since mobile phone penetration in Africa has surpassed all other communication mediums on the continent and elsewhere.

(2) To offer our business partners a reliable platform to extend their brand globally.  We believe AudioNow has the right platform to help SN Radio expand beyond the traditional boundaries of radio broadcasting and we look forward to our partnership for the long-term.

Q. How will your partnership with AudioNow help you to grow?

A. With the launch of SN Radio on AudioNow, we expect more listeners to access our live broadcast now that it’s readily available simply by calling 712-432-6642 from mobile and landline phones worldwide.  In addition, our number of listeners can easily grow exponentially if AudioNow expands into international markets and begins offering local numbers in Africa since mobile phones usage has surpassed all other forms of communication.

AudioNowTM is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, 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 SN Radio:
Andrej Tijani, Jr., Founder & CEO
andretijani@yahoo.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

Portland’s Freedom 970 Talk Radio Now on Any Mobile Phone

Portland, OR, November 12, 2010: Freedom 970 Talk Radio has joined forces with AudioNow to provide listening on any mobile phone, 24/7, by dialing 712-432-6645.

“We have talented broadcasters, not afraid to say what’s on their minds no matter who is sitting across the table. This is what talk radio is all about and we’ve got an amazing line-up on FREEDOM 970.” Says former Director of Talk Programming, Brian Jennings. “Our partnership with AudioNow allows our listeners to be able to hear their talk radio station anywhere, anytime, on any phone.”

“With high demand for talk radio shows like Sean Hannity, listening to Portland’s leading talk radio broadcaster should be as easy as pressing a speed dial key on any mobile device which listeners can now do.” says Marcel Barbulescu, the Chief Technology Officer of AudioNow. “Simplicity for broadcasters and listeners is the key to AudioNow’s technology platform.”

 

970 AM became Freedom 970 KUFO on March 7th, 2010 when Laura Ingraham, Sean Hannity, and Mark Levin came to the station in a major programming shift in Portland. Since then, the station has added Brian Kilmeade of Kimede and Friends to morning drive 5-9am, Herman Cain 9am-12noon and Chad Benson 3pm-6pmand Lars Larson’s national show from 9pm to Midnight . Freedom 970 believes in smaller government, less taxation, capitalism, fair immigration laws, and free speech and thought.

 

AudioNow® is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, 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 KUFO Freedom 970:
Thor Waage
Mike Alston
portlandengineering@kxl.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

Portland’s Leading Sports Radio Now on Any Mobile Phone

Portland, OR, November 10, 2010: Sports Radio 750AM and 102.9FM The Game, home of the Oregon Ducks, Portland Timbers, Portland Thunder and NFL Football, has joined forces with AudioNow to provide listening on any mobile phone, 24/7, by dialing 712-432-6646.

“In today’s information age, listeners want to be able to hear their radio station anywhere, anytime, on any phone,” says former Director of Talk Programming, Brian Jennings. “Our partnership with AudioNow meets this critical need.”

“Listening to Portland’s leading sports broadcaster should be as easy as pressing a speed dial key on any mobile device which listeners can now do. Simplicity for broadcasters and listeners is the key to AudioNow’s technology platform.” says Marcel Barbulescu, the Chief Technology Officer of AudioNow. “Our platform is perfect for The Game’s live sports programming because listener’s want up-to-date stats on the go.”

 

750AM and 102.9FM The Game programs the most captivating sports programming of any sports station in the Western United States. Listen Live to Dan Patrick6am – 9am, Jim Rome 9am – 12 noon, and Local from 12noon – 7pm each weekday featuring hosts John Canzano, one of America’s most honored sports columnists and In The Huddle with Mike Ragz. 750AM and 102.9FM the Game is the go-to sports station for breaking sports news and play-by-play for Oregon’s top teams.

 

AudioNow® is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, 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 750AM 102.9FM The Game:
Thor Waage
Mike Alston
portlandengineering@kxl.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com

Portland Oregon’s News Radio KXL Expands Distribution

Portland, OR November 9, 2010: NewsRadio 101.1 FM KXL, the News, Traffic, and Weather station for the Pacific Northwest, today announced a partnership with AudioNow that provides listening on any mobile phone, 24/7, by dialing 712-432-2854.

“AudioNow provides the ability to hear the station anywhere, anytime, on any phone,” says former Director of Talk Programming, Brian Jennings. “In the information age, this is critical.”

“KXL’s dynamic news and talk programming is perfectly suited to AudioNow’s platform.” says Marcel Barbulescu, the Chief Technology Officer of AudioNow. “Accessing Portland’s leading broadcaster should be as easy as pressing a speed dial key on any mobile device which listeners can now do. Simplicity for broadcasters and listeners is the key to AudioNow’s technology platform.”

 

Founded in 1926, NewsRadio 101.1 FM KXL is home to the most stimulating local and national talk show hosts. KXL’s average audience of 220,000 listeners per week tune in for news and the latest spin on politics and current events. For years, KXL was owned by Seattle Businessman Les Smith and Entertainer Danny Kaye. Smith sold to another well-known business mogul, Paul Allen of Microsoft who also owns the Portland Trailblazers and Seattle Seahawks. Allen sold to the founder of Alpha Broadcasting, now Alpha Media, Larry Wilson who also founded and sold Citadel Broadcasting. Stay connected at www.kxl.com.

 

AudioNow® is the leading provider of mobile phone broadcast radio distribution in the country. It uses proprietary, 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 Newsradio KXL:
Thor Waage
Mike Alston
portlandengineering@kxl.com

At AudioNow:
Marcel Barbulescu, CTO
mbarbulescu@AudioNow.com