Tunefly to Provide Alerts for Radio Contests
Dallas - Sep 20, 2006 - Tunefly, a software service that is synchronized with the Broadcast Electronics Audiovault via BE's the Radio Experience, has released text and e-mail contest previews at the NAB Radio Show. This new feature will allow stations to send contest information immediately to listeners before it's broadcast so listeners know to listen. This ensures the station's top listeners are listening when cue to call and other contests are run.
Tunefly provides radio station listeners the ability to bookmark their favorite songs and artists so they don't miss them the next time they play. Additional features include off-air dedications and contest previews.
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