NetRadio Partners With OpenGlobe

By | August 24, 2001 at 12:00 AM

NetRadio today announced an agreement with OpenGlobe, an entertainment services and convergence technology company, to include all NetRadio channels through the OpenGlobe Entertainment Services.

“Our agreement with OpenGlobe is another significant step towards extending the delivery of NetRadio’s content beyond the reach of the PC by allowing listeners to access it in their homes, while shopping in malls, retail stores, in corporate private networks, and eventually in the car and on portable devices,” said Steve Holderman, NetRadio EVP of marketing and sales.

Through this agreement with OpenGlobe, NetRadio’s channels will be streamed on the Compaq iPAQ Music Center, Kenwood Sovereign Entré, and others yet to be announced.

“OpenGlobe is pleased to bring NetRadio’s premium Internet radio content into its suite of services delivered to users home entertainment systems,” said Rob Hudson, OpenGlobe vice president of marketing. “Our partnership provides NetRadio with access to our aggregated customer base and our users with a reliable, diverse and high quality source of continuous music streams.”

OpenGlobe provides localized and targeted media content, media databases and customer media recommendations that enable secure purchase of DVD, CDs, online music, and merchandise through Internet-connected home entertainment devices.  

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