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RadioTime Users Listening Sessions Top 45 Million in March 2010

RadioTime, Inc., a developer of technology for finding and listening to radio online, today announced its users listened more than 45 million times in March 2010, a 40 percent increase over February 2010. The increase reflects more users visiting the RadioTime.com Web site and accessing the RadioTime guide from more than one hundred different connected home audio devices, mobile smart phone, and other applications.

“For 100 years, radio has been an important source of news and entertainment because it offers unique live, local and free content that’s simple to access globally, a combination that streaming music services cannot deliver,” said Bill Moore, founder and CEO, RadioTime, Inc. “With our many partners, RadioTime is turning computers, home entertainment devices and smart phones into worldwide radio tuners, helping radio better compete with online music services for listeners and advertising revenue.” more

RadioTime Launches New Program to Help Broadcasters Grow Online Audiences

RadioTime today launched its Traffic Builder Campaign to help terrestrial and Internet-only radio broadcasters attract new online listeners. The Traffic Builder Campaign enables broadcasters to sponsor the results of users’ searches on the RadioTime.com guide of more than 60,000 terrestrial and Internet radio stations, ensuring their stations and programs appear prominently in relevant search results.

“This is not a slow-to-build search engine optimization program, this is a way for broadcasters to quickly grow their online brands and audiences,� said RadioTime’s Dan Halyburton. “The Traffic Builder Campaign enables broadcasters to more effectively target listeners rather than by just hoping listeners discover them using only a standard Internet browser. Based on the feedback provided by our beta program participants, we believe broadcasters who participate in the Traffic Builder Campaign can grow their audiences by 150-400 percent.� more

Hip Hop Fans Tuning to Europe, Africa

RadioTime, Inc.’s new ranking of the top hip hop radio stations among its users finds fans exploring well beyond the United States’ borders to find new music and on-air personalities. Stations airing in five different countries and broadcasting in five different languages are some of the most popular.

RadioTime has released its first-ever Top 19 Hip Hop Stations list, and New York’s Hot 97 takes the top spot. The list features stations across the U.S., Western Europe and even a couple in Africa. There are also a few Internet-only stations, such as sixth-ranked 181.FM The Beat. more

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Classic Country and Bluegrass Radio Stations Find Fans Online

RadioTime.com today released its Top 19 Country Music Stations rankings, a list of the most popular country music stations among RadioTime.com users.

Stations from all across the country are represented, as well as two Internet-only stations. Although many markets do not offer classic country and bluegrass formats, they are well-represented on the list as users search the RadioTime guide for their favorite music.

The list is below, and for more information visit: http://inside.radiotime.com
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RadioTime.com Releases Top 19 Programs List for August

Steve Harvey Cracks the Top 3, Jim Rome Jumps by Five

Nationally-syndicated sports talk show “The Jim Rome Show” made the biggest leap up the RadioTime Top 19 Programs list. RadioTime, Inc., a developer of technology for finding and listening to radio online, today released the August list, a ranking of the most listened-to programs on RadioTime.com for the month of August 2009. The list, which RadioTime updates monthly, features some well-known programs and demonstrates how RadioTime enables users to discover lesser-known shows airing around the world.

“The Jim Rome Show” ranks 11, up from 16 on the July list. Political talk dominate the five most popular programs: “Rush Limbaugh,” “Glenn Beck,” “Steve Harvey,” “The Savage Nation” and “The Sean Hannity Show.” Two programs make the list for the first time. “The Stephanie Miller Show” debuts at number 18 and ESPN’s “Mike and Mike in the Morning” makes its first appearance at number 19. more

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