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StratosAudio Pushes Interactive Radio, Inks Audemat Deal

StratosAudio Pushes Interactive Radio, Inks Audemat Deal

StratosAudio hopes to have its first interactive broadcast radio installations in place by the end of the year.
The company has patent-pending technology that promises to allow radio listeners and mobile phone listeners in the United States, Europe and Asia to purchase music and other content and respond to ads and talk shows at the press of a button. It is headquartered in Los Angeles.
The company also signed a partnership deal with Audemat as its preferred technology provider for the use of broadcast testing equipment.
The CEO of StratosAudio, Kelly Christensen, said, “We plan to use the Audemat FM_MC4 with Goldenear to evaluate reception quality, and for monitoring purposes we will use Goldeneagle FM with TCP/IP capabilities in working with our broadcast partners.”
The chief technology officer and part-owner of StratosAudio is Barry Thomas, who is familiar in radio circles from his past engineering work with AMFM Inc., Comedy World Network and other companies.