Spacial Audio Partners with Nobex Technologies
|RADIO ONLINE | Tuesday, September 12, 2017 | 6:47pm CT||
Spacial Audio, the makers of SAM Broadcaster Cloud, and Nobex Technologies, a provider of customizable mobile applications for radio broadcasters and podcasters, have jointly announced a partnership whereby Nobex will become the preferred mobile app provider for Spacial Audio. This partnership enables broadcasters using Spacial's broadcast automation technology to have personalized and engaging mobile applications for their online radio stations and podcasts.
SAM Broadcaster Cloud is anInternet radio automation solution that includes all of the features that broadcasters need to automate and manage Internet radio stations, including cloud-based libraries, advanced audio processing, and permission-based, multiple user management. In addition, the cloud-based solution's scheduling enables broadcasters to automate the programming of their content, without the burden of maintaining highly reliable and redundant live streaming systems.
"We are thrilled to partner with Nobex to bring our clients powerful, feature-rich mobile apps that will enable them to provide their audiences with a high quality, enhanced listening experience." said Spacial Audio Chief Technology Officer Kallie Landman. "We are committed to helping our clients increase their revenue and grow their online audience, and we are confident that the fully-customizable nature of Nobex's apps will enable them to do just that."
"Partnering with Spacial was an easy decision, as they share our passion to provide audio publishers with top quality, intuitive technology," added Nobex Inc. CEO Gadi Mazor. "We are thrilled to be providing their clients with robust, custom mobile apps that will provide a more personalized and engaging listening experience for their audiences."
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