Radionomy, a European-based streamer that’s a late-comer to the U.S., is looking to stand out from the crowd with what it calls Radionomy for Broadcasters.
Radionomy for Broadcasters is a streaming and analytics package aimed at putting broadcasters into the streaming business as a partner with Radionomy. That is, while Radionomy is a traditional single consumer end-user music service streamer it is now also offering an iHeartRadio-style whole-station presence for radio stations in the Radionomy universe.
The company is offering stations turnkey packages and custom packages for stations already on the Internet air. It has its own content delivery network for facilitating full packages.
Radionomy for Broadcast also has an audience analytics package for examining listener numbers, location along with previous website and the company says it is working on more tools and more features.
The system is compatible with Icecast and Shoutcast servers. The company is soliciting stations for trials. Interested stations can contact Jonathan Westerling.