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Update to NextRadio to be Revealed at Radio Show
INDIANAPOLIS— TagStation says it will reveal a “major update” to NextRadio at a press conference during next week’s Radio Show.
The press conference will take place at booth 427 on September 10 at 2 p.m.
“It will deliver to radio listeners, advertisers and content owners something they could not have imagined — a unique, compelling way to interact with broadcast radio that has never before existed,” TagStation Senior Vice President Paul Brenner said of the updated NextRadio.
Within its first year, NextRadio was downloaded more than 785,000 times. Consumers also listened to more than 1,000,000 hours of 10,200 FM radio stations.
NextRadio is preloaded on more than 25 devices by Sprint, Boost Mobile, and Virgin Mobile and several of those HTC models support NextRadio on all carriers including Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile and regional carriers.
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