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WRN Announces Launch of Podcasting Service

Added: (Wed Apr 26 2006)

Pressbox (Press Release) - WRN Announces Launch of Podcasting Service
- Service to offer a fantastic line-up of international content

WRN, the London-based international broadcaster, today announces the launch of its podcasting service. From 1st May a fantastic schedule of content will be available for download direct from the WRN website at www.wrn.org/podcasting and from iTunes and other podcast directories.

International programme producers providing weekly downloadable shows for the WRN podcasting service include Radio Prague, Radio Poland, Radio Slovakia International, RTE Ireland and Radio Guangdong from China. This list is set to grow over the coming weeks. The WRN Podcasting Team will also be producing exclusive podcast-only content for the service.

Abbie Cunliffe, WRN�s Product Development and Distribution Coordinator, comments, �WRN is delighted to launch this new service which will make a wealth of international content available as downloadable podcasts. This service follows the WRN strategy of making the content of our international radio clients available across a wide range of media platforms including satellite radio, mobile phones and the Internet.�


For more information contact:

Tim Ayris, Marketing Manager, WRN:

E-mail: tim.ayris@wrn.org Web: www.wrn.org

Tel: +44 20 7896 9000 Fax: +44 20 7896 9007

Mob: +44 (0) 7747 627 607

Notes for Editors:
About WRN

WRN is a major international transmission company offering a range of broadcast services including permanent digital and analogue satellite transmissions, medium and short wave transmissions, Internet services (live streaming, on-demand downloading of audio and video), content hosting, broadcast consultancy and studio facilities. WRN�s clients include international and national public service broadcasters, commercial radio stations, satellite bouquet operators and cable companies.

Submitted by:Tim Ayris
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