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RadioTime Releases TuneIn Radio App for BlackBerry Devices

RadioTime, Inc., a developer of technology for finding and listening to radio online, announces the release of the BlackBerry version of its TuneIn Radio mobile application. TuneIn Radio, the most popular Internet radio app on iTunes, the Android Market and The Palm App Catalog, features RadioTime’s new Song Search technology, which allows users to search for radio stations airing a specific song or artist in real time.

TuneIn Radio enables users to search for programs airing on over 50,000 radio stations, music streams and podcasts from around the world, making it the largest selection out of all BlackBerry Internet radio apps. The app uses a BlackBerry device’s built-in GPS or WiFi to automatically detect and display what programs are airing on local AM/FM stations. more

RadioTime, Dension Offer the World’s Radio Stations on a USB Thumb Drive

DALLAS – June 9, 2010 – RadioTime, Inc, a developer of technology for finding and listening to radio online, today announced it provides its Internet radio guide to the Dension Webradio, a small USB dongle that can bring the world’s radio stations and programs to any USB-capable home entertainment system or car radio.

Developed by Dension Audio Systems, based in Budapest, Hunary, the Dension Webradio enables anyone with a free RadioTime.com account to load their RadioTime Presets, pair the device with a 3G-enabled mobile phone and plug it directly into a radio’s USB port. Each station will appear on the car or home system as an MP3 file, enabling the user to browse, select and listen to the stations by name, and view that information on the radio’s display. more

RadioTime, peiker Partner to Integrate Internet Radio in the Automobile

DALLAS – June 9, 2010 – RadioTime, Inc, a provider of technology for finding and listening to radio online, and peiker acustic GmbH & Co. KG, a developer of voice and data applications for motor vehicles, today announced peiker will leverage the RadioTime Guide into its OEM solutions for integrating smart phones and other Internet-connected audio devices into car audio systems.

RadioTime’s technology will be offered as part of peiker’s connected services platform to leading OEM manufacturers. Incorporating the RadioTime Electronic Program Guide (EPG) will enable users to see what’s airing across AM/FM, HD and Internet-only radio stations on their in-car audio system displays. peiker and RadioTime are already working with major automotive manufacturers to add this joint solution to their audio systems, and plan to offer these capabilities by the end of 2010.

“Partnering with RadioTime will enable us to continue meeting our goal of designing communication in the vehicle so that different portable audio and entertainment devices can be easily connected to a car radio and enable users to use the car’s in-dash or steering wheel controls to access those devices,” said Reinhard Kromer-von Baerle, Senior Executive Vice President, Sales and Marketing, peiker. “Adding the RadioTime Guide means we can provide the market’s most comprehensive directory of Internet radio stations to our solutions.” more

iZotope Technology Licensing Offers Audio Solutions for Mobile Devices

Audio Research Firm Offers High Quality Audio Signal Processing for Licensing

Cambridge, MA (June 7, 2010) – iZotope, Inc., a research-driven audio signal processing company born out of MIT, is offering high quality DSP to mobile application developers through their extensive licensing program.

For nearly a decade iZotope has worked with small and large companies in Music, Film, TV and Radio Broadcast, Corporate A/V, Consumer Electronics, Business and Telecommunications. Top audio products such as Adobe Audition, Sony Sound Forge, Minnetonka AudioToolsâ„¢ AWE, Avid (Digidesign) Pro Tools, as well as video products such as Grass Valley / Canopus Edius 5 and Techsmith Camtasia Studio rely on iZotope DSP to provide the highest quality audio and functionality for their end users.

Mobile devices have become a premier platform for entertainment, with thousands of exciting apps available for making music, playing games, and listening to radio streams. These experiences are all improved with creative audio effects, pitch and time processing. For example, live audio streams broadcasted via radio apps can be sonically enhanced using the same mastering technology available in iZotope’s award-winning Ozone plug-in. more

RadioTime Internet Radio Channel Available on the Roku Streaming Media Player

Roku RadioTime Channel - browse local radioRadioTime, Inc, a developer of technology for finding and listening to radio online, and Roku Inc., a leading supplier of innovative digital media products, today announced the availability of the RadioTime channel for free on the Roku streaming media player. Developed by a Roku and RadioTime customer working with Roku’s publicly available software development kit (SDK) and RadioTime’s Open Application Programming Interface (API), the Roku RadioTime Channel adds access to over 20,000 AM/FM and Internet-only radio stations and more than 100,000 programs to Roku’s ever-growing library of multimedia content.

“There was an obvious demand for Internet Radio on the Roku DVP and RadioTime offered the path of least resistance to satisfying that demand,� said Chris Hagedorn, who posts regular updates on all his projects to his web site www.TheNowhereMan.com. “The RadioTime API is freely available, built on open standards, and is easy to work with.�

The Roku RadioTime Channel, which will be available on June 1, 2010, requires no set up or registration. Users can also link to their RadioTime.com accounts to manage their favorite station and program presets on the Roku player. more

RadioTime’s Android App First to Support Broadcasters’ Windows Media Streams

RadioTime Internet Radio App for Android

RadioTime has released the only Internet radio mobile application for the Android smart phone platform that supports Windows Media streams, the format the majority of broadcasters use for their Internet streams. This provides users with more than 30,000 stations airing worldwide — by far the widest selection available on any Android app.

The app costs $2.99 on the Android Market store and is available now.

“We drew 45 million listening sessions in March, our most-ever, and that growth has been driven in large part by users increasingly accessing the RadioTime guide via a number of third-party apps for the iPhone and Blackberry that are powered by RadioTime,” said Bill Moore, founder and CEO, RadioTime. “We’re providing Android users with the same enormous selection of stations and making it easy for them to browse and tune to favorite programs and discover all the great content that streaming music services just cannot offer.” more

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

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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