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Festivals Rock With Custom Channels’ Online Radio

Posted by John on June 21st, 2010

SBR CUSTOM CHANNELS hit the festivals again this year with streaming channels for BONNAROO and BAMAJAM.  The two JUNE music & arts festivals have full -time, year-round online radio stations playing the music from past and present artists, along with messaging and imaging revolving around each event.
This is the sixth year that SBR CUSTOM CHANNELS has produced and streamed BONNAROO RADIO, while it’s the first year for BAMAJAM RADIO.
Earlier this year, SBR CUSTOM CHANNELS launched an online radio station for the HOUSTON RODEO. “Rodeo Houston Radio” plays music only from performers at the rodeo over the last 78 years.  There’s also messaging and imaging on the year around channel.
“Customized online radio stations make total sense for music festivals,”  said SBR CUSTOM CHANNELS’ JOHN BRADLEY.  “It’s a way for them to keep their loyal audience engaged all year, not just at festival time. And for the thousands who wish they could go to the festival, they can experience the mood and vibe through online radio.”
You can hear BONNAROO RADIO at bonnaroo.com. Hear BAMAJAM RADIO at bamajammusicfestival.com. Hear RODEO HOUSTON RADIO at rodeohouston.com.

Custom Channels hit the festivals again this year with streaming channels for Bonnaroo and BamaJam.  The two music & arts festivals held in June have full -time, year-round online radio stations playing the music from past and present artists, along with messaging and imaging revolving around each event.

This is the sixth year that Custom Channels has produced and streamed BONNAROO RADIO, while it’s the first year for BAMAJAM RADIO.

Earlier this year, Custom Channels launched an online radio station for the Houston Rodeo. RODEO HOUSTON RADIO plays music only from performers at the rodeo over the last 78 years.  There’s also messaging and imaging on the year around channel.

“Customized online radio stations make total sense for music festivals,”  said Custom Channels’ John Bradley.  “It’s a way for them to keep their loyal audience engaged all year, not just at festival time. And for the thousands who wish they could go to the festival, they can experience the mood and vibe through online radio.”

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