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Radionomy Works With NABEF at Career Day

Streaming solution can be “résumé on steroids”

Internet streaming services provider Radionomy explained how broadcasters can showcase their talents by using streaming radio, featured at NAB Education Foundation’s Career Day.

Radionomy was a sponsor of the April 9 event at the Las Vegas Hotel Pavilion from 10 a.m.–3 p.m., as part of the NAB Show. The event was aimed at all levels and types of broadcasters, and featured many potential employers, as the goal is to match candidates with broadcasting companies.

Career Day included 30-minute mini-sessions focused on clarifying opportunities in the broadcast industry and ways to break in, and the 2:30 p.m. slot explored how to start an Internet station using Radionomy software.

Radionomy’s software and online solutions help radio professionals to showcase their “on-air” abilities and expand their audience, the company explained. Streaming radio makes it easy for hosts, programmers, and producers to start broadcasting their shows and connecting with listeners by offering a turnkey package, complete from streaming to music licensing.

“This is a résumé on steroids,” said Radionomy Community Manager Rae Palermo. He explained, “Why not show up at your next interview with data showing your listening stats, all of which our platform provides?”