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WideOrbit Integrates with Listener Driven Radio
San Francisco and Westlake, OH - Jul 26, 2011 - WideOrbit has created full direct integration between Listener Driven Radio's interactive audience platforms and WO Automation for Radio v3.0, SS32, and Maestro. These are the latest systems to deliver full compatibility with LDR, integrating listener input from the LDR platform into live on-air programming.
Radio stations around the world are using LDR's technology to give their audiences control over live programming -- turning listeners into collaborators. Stations using LDR make it possible for listeners to vote on their playlists via mobile devices or the station's website. WideOrbit's automation systems will now automatically adjust their live playlists based on audience voting results from LDR in real time.
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