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This cloud-based solution enables radio broadcasters to automatically upload all of their live audio content in real-time for immediate or delayed rebroadcasting; expedite or automate podcast creation; or tag and share select audio streams via social media channels. ListenLater provides radio stations with the ability to upload and archive all of their content to StreamOn's private Internet cloud -- automatically and in real-time while broadcasts are taking place. Through simple, Web-based tools, DJs and program directors are then able to tag and select specific "moments of interest" in real-time and redistribute this content -- when they want -- digitally across multiple channels much faster than via traditional means. DJs and broadcasters can encourage listeners to revisit songs or programs provided by the station by simply clicking on the "ListenLater" link on the station's Website. There, listeners will be able to enjoy "DVR-like" capabilities such as replay, pause, rewind and fast forward a station's chosen live audio content within moments of its original broadcast.
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