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Radionomy Opens for Business in the U.S.
San Francisco, CA - Sep 18, 2012 - Radionomy, a service that allows consumers to create their own online radio station and listen to online stations created by others, has opened a US office. Before opening its US base, consumers have used Radionomy to create more than 6,000 new online radio stations, and the service has attracted more than 13 million unique listeners elsewhere around the world.
Users sign up to use the service. Radionomy manages online broadcasting, live functions, author/content licensing and scheduling. It also provides a content library of 80,000 songs and other items, audience reporting metrics, and storage for programmers who want to provide their own songs. The service is currently free. Radionomy also offers users a way to monetize their stations.
Radionomy has offices in Germany, France, Spain and Belgium. It established its U.S. headquarters in San Francisco. The company will have representatives at the 2012 Radio Show in Dallas.
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