Deezer adds football coverage, Free Radio gets a new look, British library to archive radio output ~ Behind the mic

Oct 2015  Radio News

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Deezer adds live football coverage to its programming

Deezer has added new sports audio to its programming roster. The France-based streaming service is bringing live football commentary and podcasts covering games from the Premier League and Bundesliga teams. The additions also include live updates, results boards, and football-related playlists.

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Free Radio gets new logos, straplines, jingles and music playlists

Free Radio is changing its logo, strapline, jingles and music playlist in a bid to refresh the brand.
The Orion Media stations will concentrate on pop music tracks from the past 15 years following research into Midlands radio listening habits over a six month period, calling on the views of more than 6,000 people.

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Neil Cowling & Ryan Rummery at the Next Radio Conference

Our very own Neil Cowling from Maple Street Studios spoke about programmatic at the Next Radio Conference. See what he had to say here!

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British Library to archive radio output

The British Library wants to work with the radio industry to explore how to
preserve a representative sample of the UK’s vast radio output. Sound archivists at the British Library estimate that 92% of UK radio is currently not subject to long term preservation or access, and thus will be lost to future generations of researchers.

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