Radio.Cloud Unveils Completely New Operating Model for Industry

Radio.Cloud, the industry leader in cloud-native automation and programming, unveiled a ground-breaking innovation that redefines the broadcasting landscape. Launching on Hispanic Broadcasting Inc., KYST-AM is among the industry’s first broadcasters to fully embrace Radio.Cloud’s new transformative operating model. This enables stations to operate entirely from the transmitter site, integrating all incoming satellite feeds into the cloud workflow. This move is in-line with Radio.Cloud’s overall mission of empowering broadcasters through technology to reduce expenses by moving away from legacy systems and hardware.

Jeff Foxx Show Switches to Radio.Cloud for Localization & Distribution

Blue Tag Media has selected Radio.Cloud to localize and distribute its four hour nationally syndicated program The Jeff Foxx Show.

“Jeff Foxx is a seasoned radio professional and his daily work ethic is one to be admired by his peers in broadcasting,” Blue Tag Media CEO Mike Love commented. “Jeff brings his lovable presentation and entertaining knowledge of R&B music to our affiliates around the country each weekday. And now with Radio.Cloud, each affiliate will receive a localized version of his national show.”

Radio.Cloud Adds Two Affiliates in the US

Radio.Cloud continues to grow in North America with the addition of two more affiliates. EEI Radio and idobi Radio are its sixth and seventh stations in the United States, and the first two internet broadcasters.

Founded in 1999, idobi Radio plays a wide variety of alternative music and blends that with both talk and personality-driven music programming throughout the week.

“idobi Radio music and personalities have never sounded better!” said Eddie Barella, idobi’s COO, Program Director and Music Director. “With big thanks to Radio.Cloud, idobi Network will continue to be the #1 streaming radio destination for alternative music fans.”