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AccuRadio (“Better radio for your workday”) offers over 975 expertly-curated channels of rock, pop, R&B, jazz, country, classical, pop standards, Broadway, Christmas music, world music, and more, targeting an upscale, educated, at-work P35-64 demographic.  AccuRadio is America’s fastest-growing music-based webcaster according to the past six months (January-June 2015) of Triton ...

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  • 05/04/201605/04/2016

AccuRadio Tackles the Tyranny of Choice, Offers Easy Interface and Unexpected Pleasures

“It’s always been a challenge to make it simple to access 975 channels across 60 genres,” admitted AccuRadio Chief Technology Officer Michael Schmitt. His team designed the platform for what has now become over 3.2 million listeners from all demographics—listeners with varying amounts of time and attention to invest in choosing music. AccuRadio standing as today’s fastest-growing webcaster* is driven by its easy and intuitive user interface.

To achieve this,...

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  • Billboard, Highlight, 10/04/2019, Executive Turntable: Moves at Q&A, RCA Inspiration, The Valory Music Co. & More Text
  • Inside Radio, Article, 10/02/2019, Ben Husmann Text
  • Celebrity Access, Feature story, 09/27/2019, AccuRadio Names Ben Husmann As COO Text
  • One EDM, 09/24/2019, The former Head of Product of NextRadio Ben Husmann Joins AccuRadio as COO Text
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10/22/2019, The Human-Curated Sound of Workplace Listening: How AccuRadio Quietly Converted a Growing Number of At-Work Users to Loyal Listeners
10/22/201910/22/2019, The Human-Curated Sound of Workplace Listening: How AccuRadio Quietly Converted a Growing Number of At-Work Users to Loyal Listeners
Announcement
10/22/2019
Announcement
10/22/2019
People want good music at work, without having to finesse a playlist or pay for specialized tech. AccuRadio, the leading independent online music streaming platform, found a way to give it to them. MORE» More»

People want good music at work, without having to finesse a playlist or pay for specialized tech. AccuRadio, the leading independent online music streaming platform, found a way to give it to them. The company has dedicated the last two years to developing at-work listening by providing an experience designed to enhance the workday, with curated but personalizable channels that increase concentration, relaxation, and focus.

Originally created in 2000 by radio industry expert Kurt Hanson to show his radio broadcaster friends some ideas they could use to give their online listeners a better experience — including increased variety and user personalization — AccuRadio has grown into an easy-to-use full-scale radio replacement, curated for “tune in and leave it on” listening by a team of human music lovers, musicians, and genre experts.

The workplace focus has paid off, making AccuRadio a leader in at-work lean-back streaming, with a top-ten global ranking and a unique fan base of at-work listeners, one that’s grown 70% on average over the last five years. It also resulted in the longest listening session times in the industry. Since making at-work listeners a priority, AccuRadio’s time spent listening (as measured by Triton Webcast Metrics) has averaged over 2 hours – two to three times greater than times measured on the other highest-performing webcasters.

“Our features are ideal for workplaces, where people need to find high-quality programming that will keep everyone productive and doesn’t require extensive fiddling and ‘thumbing’ and clicking to get right,” explains Hanson. “Our long session times — two hours or more per listening session — speak to both the strength of our content curation and our service’s easy integration into the experience at many offices and businesses.”

Finding something pleasing to listen to is remarkable simple on AccuRadio. Thanks to over a thousand personalizable channels curated by human music lovers, regular listeners can access a wide variety of thoughtfully-curated music channels that includes popular genres and songs, as well as fun, unusual collections not found elsewhere.

A few popular examples of available channels: Bubblegum (the poppiest 60’s), Fuzz Factory (garage, psych and space rock), Calling All Pipers (Celtic), Hey Hey We're the ‘60s (classic top 40 AM radio), A Flock of ‘80s (pop, rock and new wave from the early MTV era), and “Rock ‘n Stereo” (a tribute to the glory days of AOR (Album-Oriented Rock) radio, when such stations played everything from Stephen Bishop to Led Zeppelin to the Zombies). The service is 100% free to use, supported by advertising sold exclusively by DAX USA.

Listeners also can support their favorite causes when tuning in, something not offered by other services. AccuRadio has long donated a portion of all revenues to listener-chosen charities during the holiday season and during other special events. “Our spirit, music, and user experience fit well into a lot of businesses’ and offices’ work cultures,” Hanson notes. “We’ve worked hard to make it that way!”

 

About AccuRadio

www.accuradio.com

Originally created in 2000 by radio industry expert Kurt Hanson to inspire his radio broadcaster friends to take their AM/FM stations online, AccuRadio has grown into an easy-to-use radio replacement, curated for a “tune in, lean back, and leave it on” experience by a team of human music lovers, musicians, and genre experts and adopted by the most upscale audience in online music.

Announcement
10/22/2019

09/24/2019, Former head of product of NextRadio Ben Husmann joins AccuRadio as COO
09/24/201909/24/2019, Former head of product of NextRadio Ben Husmann joins AccuRadio as COO
Announcement
09/24/2019
Announcement
09/24/2019
AccuRadio has hired experienced radio and tech executive Ben Husmann as its COO to spearhead its next phase of growth. As SVP Product for NextRadio, Husmann led the product and engineering teams to introduce innovative FM radio consumer apps and B2B content management and broadcast radio attribution solutions. MORE» More»

AccuRadio has hired experienced radio and tech executive Ben Husmann as its COO to spearhead its next phase of growth. As SVP Product for NextRadio, Husmann led the product and engineering teams to introduce innovative FM radio consumer apps and B2B content management and broadcast radio attribution solutions. 
 

“I’m thrilled to get to lead the product team in this exciting time,” says Husmann. “We are expanding AccuRadio’s capacity and features, so that more people can listen in more places.”
 

His music product expertise and passion for listener-centered design will drive new development and growth of the next generation upgraded and updated version of the AccuRadio platform. The new platform will be able to support more listeners, each with their own unique listening experience and be better optimized for listening on mobile, smart speakers, and in car.
 

"Ben is the perfect COO for AccuRadio,” says AccuRadio founder and CEO Kurt Hanson. “His strong design skills, familiarity with the challenges of helping radio launch online products, and years of experience running developer teams make Ben exactly the executive we need to lead us to becoming the most-listenable, lean-back music experience on all emerging platforms."
 

Created in 2000 by Kurt Hanson, a radio industry expert who wanted to encourage his broadcaster friends to take their stations online, AccuRadio has grown into an easy-to-use radio replacement, curated for “tune in  and leave it on” listening by a team of human music lovers, musicians, and genre experts and adopted by the most upscale and dedicated audience in the industry.

 
Announcement
09/24/2019

05/18/2016, Feasts for the Ears: AccuRadio’s Sunny Sounds Pair Well with Summer Party Menus
05/18/201605/18/2016, Feasts for the Ears: AccuRadio’s Sunny Sounds Pair Well with Summer Party Menus
Announcement
05/18/2016
Announcement
05/18/2016
A clever theme can make for an exceptional adult summer party, and the right music is an essential element. For those who don’t want to build a playlist from scratch or stress about what’s playing during the gathering, AccuRadio can keep tunes flowing to match any menu note-for-note. MORE» More»

A clever theme can make for an exceptional adult summer party, and the right music is an essential element. For those who don’t want to build a playlist from scratch or stress about what’s playing during the gathering, AccuRadio can keep tunes flowing to match any menu note-for-note.

AccuRadio is a free, online radio station that delivers 975 channels of expertly-curated music. Songs are organized in genres and subgenres, so a host can easily score a party to complement an imaginative menu.

Beach Blast

For example, AccuRadio channels ideal for an adult beach party include the Magic Sunny Summer channel, with adult pop hits like “Daylight” by Maroon 5, “That Summer” by Garth Brooks, “Doo-Wops & Hooligans” by Bruno Mars, and “Sister Golden Hair” by America. Another option is West Coast Oldies, featuring beloved songs by Steppenwolf, Santana, and Sly and the Family Stone; plus favorites like “California Girls” by The Beach Boys, “Walk Don’t Run” by the Ventures, and “Wipe Out” by the Safaris. For rock, pop, and soul songs that appeal to a wide range of guests, Hot Fun in the Summertime puts tracks by Chicago and Foreigner next to songs by with Ray Charles, Ella Fitzgerald, and Tony Bennett.

These genres go well with Ahi tuna, scalloped oysters, grilled shrimp, hummus-veggie sandwiches, and brie cheese (meant to ooze in the heat, unlike cheddar, which goes oily). Sand dollar cinnamon sugar cookies and white chocolate key lime pie make great seaside desserts. Hosts can pair these with umbrella-worthy cocktails like Sex on the Beach and Beach Breeze, as well as Tropical Daiquiris.

Cowboy Cookout

Putting on a cowboy cookout lets the chef get creative and teaches everybody fun lingo: Cowboys call bacon “overland trout” and biscuits “sinkers.” “Cackleberries” are eggs, and “skunk eggs” are onions. Corned beef is called “salt horse,” and tomatoes are “love apples.” As the campfire burns low, the posse can enjoy Laura Bush’s Cowboy Cookies—she uses chocolate chips, pecans, oatmeal, and coconut. For cocktails, Pecos Punch uses agave nectar, cantaloupe, lemon juice, and tequila. And Cowboy Coffee adds lemon, champagne, and bitters to coffee beans and whisky.

Cowboy Singers & Poets is a must-hear AccuRadio channel that plays “Call of the Wild” by Prairie Rose Wranglers; “Wildfire” by Michael Murphey; “Trail Drive” by Sons of San Joaquin; and “Hoppy, Gene and Me” by Roy Rogers. For more, AccuRadio’s programmers have put together over 40 channels of country music. For instance, Blonde Country—The Blonde Ladies of Country Music is a favorite.

Family Reunion

Memorial Day and Labor Day are big for family reunions, and when all ages attend, choosing music can be tricky. One suggestion: play a succession of generational favorites arranged by decade. AccuRadio’s Summer Hits: ’58 – ’63 features Paul Anka, Ben E. King, the Crystals, and others. For Elvis Presley and Frankie Valli mixed in with the Guess Who and The Troggs, there’s Summer Hits: ’64 – ’69. Summer Hits: the 80’s serves up The Rolling Stones, Prince, Peter Gabriel, and Whitney Houston. Fans of Madonna, Los Rios, Janet Jackson, and Boys II Men can find them on Summer Hits: the 90s. And Summer Hits: 2010 to 2day brings the party up-to-date with the Black Eyed Peas, Rihanna, Jay Z, and Justin Timberlake.

A reunion is a good time for fried chicken, deviled eggs, apple broccoli salad, taco dip, stuffed tomatoes, and zucchini boats—along with passed-down family recipes. Super-clever cooks might make fried-egg-with-fried-chicken sandwiches—known as “Mother and Child Reunion” sandwiches—and play the Folk-Rockers channel, where Paul Simon’s “Mother and Child Reunion” can be heard. If kids are present, it’s best to forego the liquor and add to the party AccuRadio’s Kids’ Broadway channel, with tunes from Beauty and the Beast, Annie, Wicked, Mary Poppins, and more.

Independence Day Barbecue

A fitting AccuRadio channel for the Fourth of July is Red, White, and Blue Country, which plays Charlie Daniels Band, Merle Haggard, Toby Keith, and others. Alternatively, We’re an American Band mixes ZZ Top, Van Halen, and Billy Joel with REM, Nirvana, and Stone Temple Pilots. Summer #1s delivers every song that was a US #1 hit in June, July, and August since 1959. It’s got 1963’s “My Boyfriend’s Back” by the Angels, 1988’s “The Flame” by Cheap Trick, 2014’s “Fancy” by Iggy Azalea, and more. Or Hot Fun in the Summertime could be a fun fireworks prelude, with rock, pop, and soul, including 1964’s “California Sun” by The Riviera’s, 1984’s “The Boys of Summer” by Don Henley, and 2010’s “California Gurls” by Katy Perry and Snoop Dogg.

For a grilled meal, an easy way to please everyone—and exalt independence—is to let folks assemble their own kabobs on skewers from a buffet of marinated, cubed meats and veggies. And the US has more barbecue recipes than states in the union: carmelized onion and garlic, brown sugar bourbon, Applewood smoked, beer can chicken, slow and low Memphis pit…and the list goes on. Frozen key lime pie, ice cream sandwiches, and strawberry shortcake make cooling desserts. Adding blueberries and raspberries turns cheesecake into a red, white, and blue confection. And there’s no better time to sip fresh fruits in Strawberry Basil Margaritas (with frozen limeade), Blackberry Cocktails (with cucumbers and mint sprigs), and Blood Orange Old-Fashioneds.

Hawaiian Luau

AccuRadio’s Hawaiian channel is the perfect soundtrack for a luau. It features music by Keali’I Reichel, Ka’ala Boys, Don Ho, and ‘Ale’a. For a more contemporary crowd, the Future Perfect Radio channel plays the bands Blue Hawaii and Z-Rock Hawaii, among other pure indie rock groups.

The feast can consist of Kalua pork, Lomilomi salmon, Hawaiian sweet potatoes (they’re bright purple!), potstickers, chicken long rice, and sweet poi. Authentic Hawaiian desserts include Chantilly Haupia Puffs (made with coconut milk), Lilikoi Chiffon pie (lilikoi is like passion fruit), and Pineapple Carrot Cake (takes a cup of chopped macadamia nuts). Finally, Mai Tais, Lava Lavas, and Kona Coffee-Tinis are proper drinks for sipping as the tiki torches burn.

About AccuRadio:

AccuRadio (“Better radio for your workday”) offers over 975 expertly-curated channels of rock, pop, R&B, jazz, country, classical, pop standards, Broadway, Christmas music, world music, and more; targeting an upscale, educated, 35- to 64-year-old demographic. AccuRadio was America’s fastest-growing music-based webcaster in 2015, according to Triton Digital’s “Webcast Metrics Top 20” monthly rankers in terms of year-over-year growth rate. AccuRadio also consistently has the highest Average Time Spent Listening (ATSL) of all personalizable radio brands. Each month, over a million unique listeners tune into AccuRadio via its website and its top-rated mobile apps.

Announcement
05/18/2016

05/04/2016, AccuRadio Tackles the Tyranny of Choice, Offers Easy Interface and Unexpected Pleasures
05/04/201605/04/2016, AccuRadio Tackles the Tyranny of Choice, Offers Easy Interface and Unexpected Pleasures
Announcement
05/04/2016
Announcement
05/04/2016
“It’s always been a challenge to make it simple to access 975 channels across 60 genres,”admitted AccuRadio Chief Technology Officer Michael Schmitt.His team designed the platform for what has become over 3.2 million listeners from all demographics—listeners with varying amounts of time and attention to invest in choosing music. MORE» More»

“It’s always been a challenge to make it simple to access 975 channels across 60 genres,” admitted AccuRadio Chief Technology Officer Michael Schmitt. His team designed the platform for what has now become over 3.2 million listeners from all demographics—listeners with varying amounts of time and attention to invest in choosing music. AccuRadio standing as today’s fastest-growing webcaster* is driven by its easy and intuitive user interface.

To achieve this, AccuRadio tackles the tyranny of choice. You’d think people would want unlimited options to cherry-pick precise preferences, but that can be daunting and time-consuming. Schmitt’s mission is to make it effortless to access the music that satisfies listeners most—not necessarily what they think they want.

Employers, take note: AccuRadio’s core audience is educated professionals 35 to 64. The right music can boost worker productivity, providing an atmospheric shot in the arm. The powerful person selecting an office’s soundtrack wants to uncap the music and let it flow, not fiddle with it. Typing in artists’ names or experimenting with customizable playlists seems like a lot of work—the last thing people want when they’re doing their actual work. AccuRadio takes off the pressure. One idea:  Magic Sunny After Lunch Energy—Adult pop hits to help you power through your afternoon, which plays songs by Adele, Matchbox 20, Natalie Imbruglia, and others.

Selecting pre-built channels spotlights what’s requested yet also invites listeners to browse and parse and discover. AccuRadio’s curators decide which songs are similar enough to bundle together and which ones are lovable enough to broadcast at all. AccuRadio’s homepage first shows about 12 channels to choose from, with 80 or so more when the user scrolls down.  Even if it looks like a long list, compared to a single search box, tests have shown it’s the right number of options for people to see breadth but also hone in on what a group would most likely prefer. Colorful photos denoting channels on a distinctive plum-colored background are explanatory, inviting, and just plain pretty. And AccuRadio delivers with the fewest possible clicks.

Schmitt, who is 27, said that while a lot of music services look super-clean with ample white space, “it turns out aping what they’re doing is not the way to go. If we expect users to start with only a search box, they’ll freeze up or type in only one band name. The result isn’t likely to keep them listening for hours. When we suggest categories, they find channels that make them happier—that please more of the people more of the time.” One result of this “let it ride” model: AccuRadio users’ average time listening in a session is about three times longer than Pandora’s or Spotify’s.  

Schmitt described how subscription or pay-on-demand listening services “have historically attracted mainly hard-core fans seeking tracks by performers they already know,” he said. “People who can rattle off their top 10 favorite albums. But AccuRadio is a free product that appeals to people who just want to appropriate background music that makes them smile.” Over five years of user testing have shown that when asked what they like to hear, the majority say they like something they can work to, or dance to, or jog to—not specific artists.

When a user searches by an artist’s name, AccuRadio delivers a cohesive mix beginning with a track by that artist. For example, entering Elton John yields dozens of applicable channels, including Classic Rocktopia (with “Bennie and the Jets” as the first song, followed by selections from Talking Heads and Supertramp) as well as Magic Sunny Hit Mix (with “Your Song” playing first, followed by hits from the Beatles and Whitney Houston). Searching for Green Day brings up channels including 1990s Alternative (with “Brain Stew” first, then songs by Nirvana and Limp Bizkit) and Running Music: 6-minute Mile (starting with “Brat,” then AC/DC and Los Lonely Boys selections).

If channels almost suit people’s tastes but don’t quite, they can ban artists, delete specific songs, or just use the skip button. And they can mark channels as favorites to return to them quickly.

Although AccuRadio has seen its greatest growth among desktop users, its mobile app works perfectly well. If an app user’s car has an auxiliary jack, she can connect her phone or mediaplayer to her car stereo and use the skip or volume controls on her dashboard or steering wheel. And Schmitt’s team continues to pursue the best balance between displaying simply on the smallest of screens and offering AccuRadio’s virtually bottomless well of great music. The research continues.

*https://www.tritondigital.com/press-releases/triton-digital-releases-january-2015-top-20-ranker

About AccuRadio:

AccuRadio offers over 975 expertly-curated channels of rock, pop, R&B, jazz, country, classical, pop standards, Broadway, Christmas music, world music, and more, targeting an upscale, educated, at-work P35-64 demographic.  AccuRadio is America’s fastest-growing music-based webcaster according to the past six months (January-June 2015) of Triton Digital’s “Webcast Metrics Top 20” monthly rankers in terms of year-over-year growth rate (Average Active Sessions, Mon.-Sun. 6a-12m, domestic).  AccuRadio also consistently has the highest Average Time Spent Listening (ATSL) of all personalizable radio brands. Each month, over a million unique listeners (largely in the U.S., Canada, and Japan) tune into AccuRadio via its website (www.accuradio.com) and its top-rated mobile apps.

Announcement
05/04/2016

05/04/2016, AccuRadio Tackles the Tyranny of Choice, Offers Easy Interface and Unexpected Pleasures
05/04/201605/04/2016, AccuRadio Tackles the Tyranny of Choice, Offers Easy Interface and Unexpected Pleasures
Announcement
05/04/2016
Announcement
05/04/2016
“It’s always been a challenge to make it simple to access 975 channels across 60 genres,” admitted AccuRadio Chief Technology Officer Michael Schmitt. His team designed the platform for what has become over 3.2 million listeners from all demographics—listeners with varying levels of familiarity with the ways of the Internet. MORE» More»

“It’s always been a challenge to make it simple to access 975 channels across 60 genres,” admitted AccuRadio Chief Technology Officer Michael Schmitt. His team designed the platform for what has become over 3.2 million listeners from all demographics—listeners with varying levels of familiarity with the ways of the Internet. AccuRadio standing as today’s fastest-growing webcaster* is driven by its easy and intuitive user interface.

To achieve this, AccuRadio tackles the tyranny of choice. You’d think people would want unlimited options to choose precise preferences, but that can be daunting and confusing. Schmitt’s mission is to make it effortless to access the music that satisfies listeners most—not necessarily what they think they want.

The online listening experience can be just as rich and pleasantly surprising as listening to a great DJ spinning R&B or rock or classical in the heyday of broadcast radio. AccuRadio makes it straight-forward: Selecting pre-built channels spotlights what’s requested yet also invites listeners to browse and parse and discover. AccuRadio’s many curators, passionate about all kinds of music, decide which songs are similar enough to bundle together and which ones are lovable enough to broadcast at all. Colorful photos denoting channels on a distinctive plum-colored background are explanatory, inviting, and just plain pretty. And AccuRadio delivers with the fewest possible clicks.

Schmitt said that while a lot of music services look super-clean with ample white space, “it turns out aping what they’re doing is not the way to go. If we expect users to start with only a search box, they’ll freeze up or type in only one band name. The result isn’t likely to keep them listening for hours. When we suggest categories, they find channels that make them happier, even if they didn’t realize what they wanted.” One result of this “let it ride” model: AccuRadio users’ average time listening in a session is about three times longer than Pandora’s or Spotify’s.

AccuRadio’s core audience is educated professionals over 35—people likely to entertain and travel and multi-task—people not wanting to hover over a device to keep music going. Typing in artists’ names or experimenting with customizable playlists seems like a lot of work to people on the go. Many use music to set the right atmosphere for exercising, driving, relaxing, housework, or hosting. They can shortcut to previous choices or what’s trending today. Considering new channels is easy, thanks to brief descriptions and pics of representative musicians. For example, click on Tim McGraw’s photo over the title Country Chill—a more restrained country soundtrack for productivity or relaxation, and hear McGraw, LeeAnn Rimes, Carrie Underwood, and the like.

Similarly, the powerful person selecting an office’s daily soundtrack wants to uncap the music and let it flow, not fiddle with it. AccuRadio takes of the pressure and helps identify channels that please more coworkers more of the time. One idea: Classical Concentration—Classical compositions conducive to creative cognition.

Schmitt, who is 27, described how subscription or pay-on-demand listening services “tend to attract mainly hard-core fans seeking specific songs by artists they already know—people who can rattle off their top 10 favorite albums. But AccuRadio is a free product appealing to people who just want occasion-appropriate music.” The homepage first shows about 12 channels to choose from, with about 80 more when the user scrolls down.  Even if it looks like a long list, compared to a single search box, tests have shown it’s the right number of options for people to see breadth but also hone in on what they prefer. And they can mark channels as favorites to return to them quickly

For instance, if a free-form search box is a user’s only option, he might enter “light jazz.” But what’s light and jazzy is open to interpretation, and there’s no telling what an algorithm would produce. So, said Schmitt, “we provide enough curated options to let them connect in their minds with the way experts describe genres and present channels called Smooth Jazz Covers or Super-Mellow Instrumental Jazz or Top 50 Jazz Albums of All Time.” 67 more channels are available in the Jazz category, including Third Streamwhere classical and jazz meet and Jazz for Concentrationconducive to clear thinking. Most genres, like jazz, also sort songs by decade of release.

When a user searches by an artist’s name, AccuRadio delivers a cohesive mix beginning with a track by that artist. For example, entering Frank Sinatra in the search bar yields dozens of applicable channels—including Memories and Melodies (with “How About You” as the first song, followed by Andrews Sisters and Frankie Lane numbers) and The Johnny Mercer Songbook (starting with “Something’s Gotta Give,” then selections by Tony Bennett and Louis Prima). Searching for Elton John brings up over 40 options including Classic Rocktopia (with “Bennie and the Jets” first, followed by selections from Talking Heads and John Fogerty) as well as Magic Sunny Hit Mix (with “Your Song” playing first, followed by hits from the Beatles and Whitney Houston).

Although AccuRadio has seen its greatest growth among desktop users, its mobile app works perfectly well. If an app user’s car has an auxiliary jack, she can connect her phone or mediaplayer to her car stereo and use the skip or volume controls on her dashboard or steering wheel. And Schmitt’s team continues to pursue the best balance between displaying simply on the smallest of screens and offering AccuRadio’s virtually bottomless well of great music. The research continues.

*https://www.tritondigital.com/press-releases/triton-digital-releases-january-2015-top-20-ranker

About AccuRadio:

AccuRadio offers over 975 expertly-curated channels of rock, pop, R&B, jazz, country, classical, pop standards, Broadway, Christmas music, world music, and more, targeting an upscale, educated, at-work P35-64 demographic.  AccuRadio is America’s fastest-growing music-based webcaster according to the past six months (January-June 2015) of Triton Digital’s “Webcast Metrics Top 20” monthly rankers in terms of year-over-year growth rate (Average Active Sessions, Mon.-Sun. 6a-12m, domestic).  AccuRadio also consistently has the highest Average Time Spent Listening (ATSL) of all personalizable radio brands. Each month, over a million unique listeners (largely in the U.S., Canada, and Japan) tune into AccuRadio via its website (www.accuradio.com) and its top-rated mobile apps.

Announcement
05/04/2016