Spacial Audio Offers CBS News To Internet Stations
April 14, 2009 at 5:29 AM (PT)
SPACIAL AUDIO is now offering CBS RADIO NEWS programming to Internet-only radio stations, including newscasts and the audio of "60 MINUTES." The programming can be run through SPACIAL AUDIO's SAM Broadcaster system.
"This is a first for Internet radio," said SPACIAL CEO BRYAN PAYNE. "Pure-play online radio stations now have an ability to provide listeners with familiar, quality news content from a major network at low cost."
"Having high quality syndication content automatically scheduled into the broadcast lets online broadcasters improve the quality of their broadcast without extra work. Access to this level of quality content was simply not in the budget for smaller online broadcasters until now," said SPACIAL AUDIO CTO LOUIS LOUW.
CBS NEWS VP/Radio HARVEY NAGLER said, "We are proud to offer the Internet radio community access to this strong lineup of quality CBS NEWS programs. Partnering with a leading software and technology company like SPACIAL AUDIO gives CBS INTERACTIVE a direct connection to thousands of online-only radio stations."