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Radionomy Provides Streaming for Xray.fm
San Francisco, June 24, 2014 - XRAY.fm is using Radionomy to broadcast their station to their hometown of Portland OR, as well as around the world from their website XRAY.fm. Portland is known for its eclectic music scene, but some felt their radio stations weren’t representing it. To fill the gap, XRAY.fm took to Kickstarter.com to raise funds and create a new station. They were exponentially successful as they asked for $40,000 but ended up receiving more than $100,000 in support.
XRAY.fm was also recently awarded an FM signal at 91.1FM (KXRY) to bring the sound home while continuing to grow their online popularity.
View their Kickstarter campaign video here.
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