Aha Adds Hundreds More Stations of Terrestrial and Digital Radio
CRN, Federated Radio and FreeStreams are the latest to join Aha's connected car platform
PALO ALTO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- AhaTM by HARMAN today launched hundreds of new stations on its ever-expanding audio service that gives consumers a world of listening options at their fingertips, both on the smartphone and in the car. All the new stations are available globally today via Aha's free app for Android and iOS.
CRN is a digital talk radio network that syndicates shows on everything from cooking and wine to car mechanics to health and happiness, all hosted by expert on-air personalities.
Federated Media owns and operates 17 radio stations in Northern Indiana reaching nearly one million customers per month through its terrestrial and digital offerings. Stations formats include news/talk, country, sports, rock and top 40.
FreeStreams™ gives radio broadcasters the technology necessary to profitably stream their stations to people worldwide. FreeStreams is providing the Aha platform with hundreds of stations, including news, talk, sports, music, Top 40, dance, hip hop, country, electronic and more.
"With Aha's next-generation radio experience, the sky is the limit in terms of the breadth of content our service can offer to listeners," said Chia-Lin Simmons, Vice President of Marketing and Content for Aha by Harman. "Our latest partners deliver on our mission to aggregate the widest array of content into one audio service, and offer something for everyone. We look forward to announcing even more content partners throughout 2013."
About Aha by HARMAN
Aha is an interactive service of HARMAN International Industries that makes Web content as easy and safe to use as radio. Aha uses the Harman Cloud Platform to organize content from the Web into personalized radio stations that consumers can listen to from anywhere - at home, on the go, or safely from the driver's seat. By the end of 2013, Aha will be offered in vehicles by more than 10 automotive manufacturers, which in total represent more than 50 percent of all cars sold in the USA/Canada and up to 30 percent in Europe, including Acura, Chrysler, Ford, Honda, Porsche, Scion and Subaru. The Aha platform and service was started in 2008 in Silicon Valley by a group of Web and multimedia veterans with a shared passion for delivering an "always on" audio experience to connect drivers to the content they really want. HARMAN, the company that designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of audio and infotainment solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets, acquired Aha in September 2010. For more information, visit www.aharadio.com or find Aha on Facebook and Twitter.
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