Live 105 Adds Jelli To Weeknights
January 12, 2010 at 10:48 AM (PT)
JELLI, a user-controlled online radio service, which launched last JUNE on SUNDAY evenings on CBS Alternative KITS (LIVE 105)/SAN FRANCISCO (NET NEWS 6/17/09), expands its programming to weeknights from 8-mid beginning TONIGHT.
LIVE 105 will continue JELLI programming on SUNDAY evenings from 10-mid. The 100% listener-driven web-based program allows listeners to search a deep catalog of song titles and pick tracks to add on-air. While a song is playing on-air listeners can voice their opinion by voting on whether it Rocks or Sucks. If enough players click Sucks, the song is taken off the air instantly, even if it’s mid-song.
KITS PD MICHAEL MARTIN said, "We have a great reputation for reflecting the tastes of the BAY AREA and with JELLi we’re able to dig deeper into exactly what the audience wants to hear. Whether you love or hate the music played on the station will be the genius -- or fault -- of the station’s loyal listeners."
"We give LIVE 105 a lot of credit for being forward thinking enough to be the first station in the nation to go live with JELLI," said MIKE DOUGHERTY, JELLI CEO. "Our goal is to transform the listener experience."
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