SRN BROADCASTING UNVEILS REDESIGNED WEBSITE AND STREMING RADIO STATION
Adds three existing stations streaming music 24/7 to new network
LAKE BLUFF. IL (January 16, 2012) SRN Broadcasting has re-launched it’s website bearing the company’s flagship domain name– InternetFM.com
In addition, SRN began streaming “Acid Flashback,” a 24/7 music station with an album-oriented rock format. It has been picked up by both iTunes Radio and Tune-In.com, whose app is available to both android and iPhone users.
Acid Flashback bills itself as “A psychedelic blend of classic, prog rock, new wave, indie rock, reggae, blues, and jazz.” The focus is on mixing popular songs with live versions, outtakes, deep cuts, bootlegs, and covers to bring the listener back to the days of album rock and free form radio.
InternetFM.com will be music-centric, with the addition of other 24/7 streaming stations from Zecom Radio (The Choice, GEMZ,) and Dan Kelley’s Okemos Brewing from Okemos, MI. “We are pleased to have them join us, because they are run by experienced radio professionals, like real stations, not Internet jukeboxes,” states Steven Leventhal, SRN President. Those stations bring with them nearly 150k connections a month, representing close to 50 thousand unique listeners. In two weeks since launching, Acid Flashback has drawn over 12 thousand uniques, connecting 38k times with an average listening time of 3 to 4 hours.
Several other long and short form programs have signed onto the new network including Bart Shore’s “Time Warp Radio,” Bob Stern’s “Vinyl Schminyl,” Marty Masters’ “3D-RadioActivity,” and features such as Mitch Michaels’ “Today in Rock History
InternetFM.com will bring all of the SRN web properties – YourSportsFan.com, SportsTwitter.net, and BoothReviews.com into a single Internet entity along with on-demand listening of its over-the-air programs “The Weekend Sports Report” and “Home Improvement USA.”
SRN also plans to make its large archive of sport audio available on the Internet, including interviews, press conference, and old radio shows.