TuneIn Notches Two More

Internet audio portal TuneIn has collected two more content providers, Bonneville International and the Spanish Broadcasting System.

Bonneville has radio stations in Los Angeles, Phoenix, Salt Lake City and Seattle, with talk and music formats. 

Jeff Simpson, president and CEO for Bonneville International, said, “Through this partnership with TuneIn, and as we expand our reach into the digital realm, we’re giving our dedicated listeners almost unlimited ways to hear our programming and uniquely-produced content.” 

SBS owns 21 Spanish-language radio stations in such markets as Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco and New York City.

Albert Rodriguez, SBS COO, said, “As we transform into a digital media company, SBS is extending its great local brands to as many digital platforms as possible to seamlessly provide our audience with the programming they want where and when they want it.”  

Andrew Polsky, VP of Digital Sales added, “We have always believed in the value of great local content, and this alliance validates the demand we know exists for our original programming while at the same time creating a new revenue source for the company.” 


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