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AirKast to Deliver iPhone and BlackBerry Apps for Radio One
Cupertino, CA - Jul 7, 2010 - AirKast and Radio One have signed an agreement to deliver iPhone and BlackBerry mobile applications for Radio One radio stations. In total, 51 Radio One stations will have iPhone and BlackBerry mobile applications available to listeners by the end of summer 2010. Android mobile applications will be available soon thereafter.
The mobile applications allow listeners to tune into their favorite Radio One stations in 15 of America's largest urban markets from the convenience of their mobile phones. Developed and delivered using AirKast AirBridge and TuneKast, the Radio One mobile applications let listeners hear live broadcasts on the go as well as view song lyrics, see artist and album information, read reviews, watch videos, listen to station podcasts, hear samples of recently played songs and buy music through iTunes and Amazon.com. There is no registration required and each application is free to download.
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