Barix Builds In-Store Radio Network for RFC Media
Zurich, Switzerland, and Texas - Feb 14, 2012 - Barix is exclusively providing IP audio decoding systems to RFC Media for its private-label, retail radio network for Spec's Wines, Spirits and Finer Foods, growing to nearly 90 store locations across Texas.
RFC Media, managed by radio broadcast professionals, creates custom-produced, Internet-delivered radio stations for private enterprises, supplying music with live breaks for a true broadcast experience. The company uses Barix Exstreamer 100 IP audio devices to receive and decode the program streams at client locations.
Spec's Radio can also be heard online at radiofreecruze.com/SpecsPlayer.html and via a custom mobile iPhone app. RFC Media is building a similar network for NASA, although at this time the private radio station, "Third Rock, America's Space Station," is online only at nasa.gov.
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