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Clear Channel Expands Station Streaming
San Antonio - May 19, 2008 - Clear Channel Radio has struck a deal with Reciva, a provider of Internet radio modules for broadband applications, to stream all of its stations on Reciva-powered receivers. U.S.-based companies that manufacture Reciva-based Internet Radios include C. Crane, CTA Digital, DM Tech, Grace Digital Audio, Sangean and Tangent. An automatic upgrade allows existing radios to receive Clear Channel Radio stations.
The Reciva Gatepass, which is at the heart of all Reciva-enabled Internet radios, provides Internet radio services via the Reciva Gateway to play online radio in almost every format. Reciva's technology is available as a software license or hardware modules.
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