EWTN Available to Mobile Computer Devices
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IRONDALE, Alabama, FEB. 7, 2005 (Zenit.org).- An agreement between AudioFeast and EWTN makes Catholic radio programming available to an increasingly mobile Internet audience.
AudioFeast is a media company that delivers customized radio, both talk and music, to a wide range of portable computer devices, including MP3 players.
Using a media distribution system called the Virtual Broadcast Network, AudioFeast is the first Internet radio service to use peer-to-peer technology to broadcast advertising-free programming to mobile computer devices, thus allowing consumers to access radio programs in more places with greater flexibility.
"We are delighted to be included in this new technology venture and are excited that even more people will have access to EWTN's radio programming" said Michael Warsaw, EWTN president.
The deal makes EWTN Global Catholic Radio Network programming available to AudioFeast subscribers, and EWTN the only Catholic media organization to be part of the service.