Twelve new broadcasters have partnered with AudioNow to provide mobile streaming to any mobile device for their specialized content in the U.S. The newest broadcasters to announce mobile distribution agreements with AudioNow are Radio RCH 2000, based in Flordia City, FL, La Voix du Vrai Bonheur of RDH Ministries out of West Orange, New Jersey, Radio Ambiance Spirituelle also from West Orange, New Jersey, Haiti Philadelphia, based in Philadelphia, PA, Radio Optimum Inter from Brooklyn, New York, Radio Performance FM out of Immokalee, FL, Voix de la Prophetie out of Riviera Beach, FL, Psalm 27 based in Miami, FL, Okwahuman from Norcross, GA, Voice of Gedeh out of Darby, PA, Trinity Radio USA out of Columbia, MD, and Radio Omega SCA based out of Brooklyn, New York.
Radio RCH 2000, listen live at 712.432.3267;
La Voix du Vrai Bonheur, listen live at 712.432.3268;
Radio Ambiance Spirituelle, listen live at 712.432.3269;
Haiti Philadelphia, listen live at 712.432.2328;
Radio Optimum Inter, listen live at 712.432.2329;
Radio Performance FM, listen live at 712.432.2331;
Voix de la Prophetie, listen live at 712.432.2334;
Psalm 27, listen live at 712.432.2336;
Okwahuman, listen live at 712.432.2335;
Voice Gedeh, listen live at 712.432.2337;
Trinity Radio USA, listen live at 712.432.2338;
Radio Omega SCA, listen live at 712.432.2339.
“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.”
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.