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Kicks 101.5 Atlanta, owned by Cumulus Media, has partnered with audio-visual social media provider Audingo for station listeners to receive voice and video messages from their favorite radio jocks via personalized phone calls, texts and emails at designated, preferred times. Subscribers can send an immediate response to the jocks, fueling the conversation via the Talk Back feature.
Virtual News Center extends its reach on Radionomy, the free service that lets consumers create their own online radio stations. Virtual News Center serves more than 180 terrestrial radio stations with custom local news, weather and entertainment reports.
DB Digital Broadcasting, Ireland’s national independent multiplex and network transmission provider, is using Harris transmitters in its Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) digital radio trials, currently taking place in and around Dublin. Launched in the summer 2012, the DAB digital radio trial currently broadcasts three radio services in the Dublin area. The project employs high- and low-power Platinum VAX VHF air-cooled transmitter and Harris PowerSmart technologies.
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