KEXP 90.3/91.7FM and KEXP.ORG, Seattle’s eclectic non-commercial music station, announces the launch of a live stream to mobile phones and handheld devices. This new service complements KEXP’s groundbreaking first-ever pre-produced music podcast featuring full-length songs from albums and is another result of KEXP’s technology partnership with the University of Washington.
KEXP offers a 32-kilobit MP3 or WindowsMedia stream optimized for cell phones and handheld devices using Palm and Windows CE operating systems.
Listeners with web-enabled phones can point to kexp.org and automatically view a new mobile version of the Webby award-winning KEXP website. To receive streaming audio, listeners must use a web-enabled phone or mobile device equipped with a media player and subscribe to a wireless carrier’s data service. Some of the newer generation’s car stereos will allow listeners to plug in their cell phones or handheld devices.
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