TRIL -- The Radio Imaging Library Now Available In North America
June 8, 2016 at 10:24 AM (PT)
AMSTERDAM-based CAPITAL OF MEDIA and SPLAT! RADIO IMAGING OF AMERICA are teaming up to distribute TRIL - THE RADIO IMAGING LIBRARY to radio stations in the U.S and CANADA.
TRIL - THE RADIO IMAGING LIBRARY is a music intensive, crossover imaging package geared
towards Modern AC, Top 40 and Urban radio, providing stations with song intros, workparts, playlist elements, beats, drops, FX and more.
ALPHA MEDIA PORTLAND Production Director BRYAN GRIGGS is an early adapter.: "TRIL produces high quality imaging elements. They're on top of all the music and artists that are hot on radio right now."
COX MEDIA GROUP TAMPA.ORLANDO/DAYTON Imaging Director TIM KELLY added: "The imaging and production is among the best on the market, TRIL easily rivals the current industry leaders."
SPLAT! RADIO IMAGING President DAVE MARSH recognized TRIL's potential for growth
abroad and added bringing the service to NORTH AMERICA was a perfect fit for his company.
"In a market saturated with corporate imaging packages and fleeting production services,
once in a while something comes along that really stands out from the noise. That's why we're
proud to be teaming up with the guys from TRIL," he said. "They've gotten it right. TRIL's
world-class production elements sound absolutely amazing. Equally important is the fact
they're an independent, client focused company that puts the needs of radio stations first."
CAPITOL OF MEDIA President ANTHONY TIMMERS says his company is ready to make a splash in the U.S. market. “TRIL - THE RADIO IMAGING LIBRARY is growing faster that we could have thought. Already on air at market leading radio stations in EUROPE, TRIL is now taking the step across the big ocean. We’re really happy to work together with SPLAT!”
TRIL and SPLAT! are syndicated in NORTH AMERICA by SYNDICATION NETWORKS CORP of CHICAGO, IL. In NORTH AMERICA, demos for TRIL can be heard at splatonline.com/tril.
Radio stations in EUROPE and the rest of the world can visit theradioimaginglibrary.com.