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Radio by Phone
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Radio By Phone
AudioNow serves more than 5,000 radio broadcast partners around the world, broadcasting radio by phone in over 100+ languages, across 140+ nationalities and ethnic groups.
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Mr. Harjot S. Khalsa
Punjabi Radio USA
"Audionow has been a crucial part in the growth of Punjabi Radio USA. The dial-in phone services expands our reach significantly further than our terrestrial stations ever could and it is a hit with those on the road! The ease of use in updating streams and podcast data saves us time, allowing us to focus on other tasks, streamlining our operation. Their support team is very prompt in troubleshooting any issues that arise."
"Audionow is the new technology that helps increase our radio listeners. This technology has no distance. I love it and have had some very powerful experiences via AudioNow. For the convenience of working my busy schedule around AudioNow has made all the difference."
William Osmar Chamagua
Cadena Mi Gente Director General (El Salvador)
"Audio Now has brought Radio Cadena Mi Gente, AM 700 further into the future; Internet is no longer the only way to transmit our signal to the world, now people in the United States are only a phone call away to hear each other's thoughts".
Director of New Media, C-SPAN, Washington, D.C
"AudioNow expands the daily reach of C-SPAN Radio to listeners across the U.S., many of whom are in the Midwest. Through the service, we're able to extend far outside of the Beltway, to an incremental mobile audience."
Kiskeya International Inc.
"Kiskeya broadcast on the internet in recent years. But we lacked a huge of our audience because the communities could not afford the cost of data plans to stay in touch with what was happening in Haiti. Audio Now us helped bridge the gap between Haitian communities across America. today, we wonder how we could have done without AudioNow ".
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