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Jetcast Barter program
Jetcast is increasing the availability of its online streaming barter program. The program allows Internet radio broadcasters of any size to reduce or eliminate their online streaming costs and take advantage of the industry's growing online ad revenue by participating in ReplaceAds, audio, video and display ad impressions on Internet radio and television properties. Jetcast allows any broadcaster to use its barter program to eliminate the expense traditionally associated with high bit-rate streams, even if the station uses another provider for its low bit-rate streams.
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