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iStreamMedia Teams Up With Radionomy
NEW YORK—iStreamMedia, which launched its iStreamRadio Internet radio directory and event guide in June, has chosen Radionomy as its official streaming and music licensing partner.
Radionomy recently acquired Shoutcast and WinAmp. Their no-cost streaming and music licensing for Internet radio.
The iStreamMusic brand offers listeners digital music channels in a variety of genres via multiple web and mobile platforms. The partnership also will expand and enable future launches of iStreamMedia's recently acquired ErrorFM.com and soon to-be publicly announced PoweredFM.com brands.
Radionomy stations will also gain a new online directory listing in iStreamRadio, where their stations will be listed on it's web platform as well as included on the new soon to-be-announced iStreamRadio mobile app for iOS, Android, Windows Phone and BlackBerry
Radionomy says it has over 15 million unique listeners streaming over 65 million hours a month from over 7,000 stations.
iStreamMedia, LLC. was co-founded in 2012 and initially launched iStreamRadio, an Internet radio directory and event guide, subsequently the company launched its own digital music channels under the iStreamMusic brand.
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