RadioTime Lets Listeners Hear Syndication
April 8, 2008 at 8:01 AM (PT)
RADIOTIME, INC. has launched a new tuner that lets listeners access Internet streams of nationally syndicated programs on their computers and new network music players with radio built-in such as the LINKSYS DMA 2200 MEDIA CENTER EXTENDER and the LOGITECH SQUEEZEBOX DUET, LOGITECH SQUEEZEBOX AND LOGITECH TRANSPORTER network music players. The new RADIOTIME TUNER is now live for all CLEAR CHANNEL and COX RADIO stations nationwide.
"Radio broadcasters often restrict their Internet feeds to their specific desktop player; however, their desktop players won’t work in new radio products," says RADIOTIME CEO BILL MOORE. "RADIOTIME has worked with major broadcasters to meet the needs of listeners who own desktop and network music players. Now a listener can tune into ATLANTA’s legendary News/Talk station WSB or the RUSH LIMBAUGH program using wireless players in multiple rooms in the home, such as the LOGITECH SQUEEZEBOX."