Liquid Compass signed Salem Communications and Saga Communications to its streaming radio network in separate deals.
“Combined, the multi-year contracts add 154 stations in major and top-50 U.S. markets to the Liquid Compass network,” the Denver-based company stated.
It quoted Salem Web Network VP of Internet Operations Chad Nykamp saying the broadcast company is aiming to enhance the streaming experience for its listeners as it rolls out to its markets over the next month, using the Liquid Compass stream and LC Pro Flash media player.
The player ties together stations’ Web, mobile, live and on-demand content, and also video streaming initiatives, according to Liquid Compass.
“Additionally, listeners have the ability to sort through videos, last-played songs, search through other stations or side channels within a network and also send the stream to a mobile device.”