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StreamOn Listen Later 2.0
Listeners can now share radio content from the StreamOn player on Facebook, Twitter or any other social media. They can also go back and listen to and share previously aired programs any time in the past 30 days on your radio station. New features include limelight networks backend, built-in Omnia Audio signal processing, Adswizz Audiometrix service, one-click listening, and Apple HLS streaming format. Stations can generate revenue on social media by sharing the best audio moments immediately after they air, engaging listeners to share content from wherever they are listening.
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