Articles for August 2016

Live365 New Returns

Live 365 Returns

TAMPA, Fla.Aug. 14, 2016PRLog — Live365 one of the largest internet radio service providers in the world closed its doors. Now it’s returned under new ownership better than ever to provide international streaming radio services to inspired radio content providers.

When Live365 announced to the world it was bankrupt and searching for new investors in the defunct company, thousands of internet radio stations held onto hope that the company would secure the financial income needed to continue service. However new investors would not surface so on January 30, 2016, Live365 ceased streaming services to those providers.

This left thousands of radio shows and streaming companies searching for a new home for their show or where they can stream their station. The options available were less than adequate. Streams consistently went down, higher prices made hosts and stations raise prices, and the quality of the sound decreased.

After six months, new ownership has resurrected the defunct company. The company CEO announced last week that Live365New.com is back and better than ever.

Now those who want to create their own internet radio station or those looking to relocate their current station now have a service capable of handling the high demand while creating a quality environment for both the station and their listeners.

Live365New.com offers dedicated servers, 99.9% uptime, and broadcasting up to 128kbps streams for a high quality sound. It’s also half the price of other services making it affordable for any budget.

The new company looks to take internet streaming radio in the future with innovative options and quality that broadcasters are looking for.

We want to provide the solutions to the issues other services tend to encounter making online radio station owners frustrated over. When a stream provider goes down it not only adversely effects the service provider but the stations it hosts as well. By offering dedicated servers that don’t share resources the strain is minimal reducing outages and poor quality streams” – Live365 Technical Manager

As internet radio becomes more relevant in society with the use of streaming radio on cell phones and tablets, Live365New.com looks forward to embracing the trend and shaping it into a promising future.

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