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StratosAudio Partners with Scott Studios, Computer Concepts
Las Vegas and Century City, CA - Apr 10, 2002 - StratosAudio is partnering with Scott Studios and Computer Concepts to enable listener interactivity with conventional AM and FM radio. StratosAudio's (www.stratosaudio.com ) patent-pending technology will allow radio listeners and mobile phone users beginning in Europe and the US, to instantly purchase music and other content, respond to advertisements and talk shows at the press of a button while listening to conventional radio. Scott Studios and Computer Concepts automation systems will provide a real-time program data feed to StratosAudio and act as a point of referral to StratosAudio broadcast customers. StratosAudio’s interactive services provide consumers with the ability to identify on-air content such as music and advertisements during a radio broadcast.
The companies plan to begin service to stations in select markets in the US and Europe later this year.
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