SnapFM Offers Terrestrial Radio On The Net
July 24, 2007 at 10:35 AM (PT)
DOVER, NJ-based company SNAPFM.COM has launched a new simple Internet radio site, www.snapfm.com, which allows users to connect and listen live to radio stations across the nation via the Internet.
SNAPFM.COM founders ADAM SAVAGE and DENNIS PATTI stated, "Our goal was to create a simple Internet radio website that would allow people to listen live to AM and FM stations from across the nation, in a user-friendly format." The website is different [than] competing Internet radio companies because it ... uses terrestrial AM and FM radio stations only.
SNAPFM.COM plans to publicize its service through a national ad campaign. "I'm confident the site will be a success," SAVAGE said. "It’s very user-friendly, is absolutely free -- and we plan on keeping it that way."
For additional information on SNAPFM.COM, LLC and their new simple Internet radio site, contact DENNIS PATTI or visit www.snapfm.com.