Motorola launched its own music subscription service, called Motorola iRadio. This subscription service should seamlessly move from the home, to car stereo, to wireless headphones - powered by your mobile handset. Motorola iRadio is initially launching with 435 commercial-free radio channels, already one of the widest selections of subscription music entertainment available. The service's unique delivery platform enables it to bring content portability together with acquisition and discovery of music. This creates a powerful new medium for artists and labels to directly connect with fans, and for wireless service providers to deepen relationships with subscribers.
"Motorola iRadio is truly a revolution in digital radio -- offering more
choice, higher audio quality than satellite radio, and features that allow
listeners to identify and purchase the music they like," said Mike Gaumond,
vice president and general manager, Motorola Digital Media Services. "Today,
we've taken a giant leap beyond traditional and Internet-delivered radio by
introducing a single service that incorporates incredible choice, the
discovery of new music, impulse acquisition, and seamless portability."
Motorola iRadio service will be presented at CES in Las Vegas this week.
Motorola debuts iRadio music subscription service
Posted on Tuesday, January 03 2006 @ 19:05 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck