January 18, 2009 in Music (E)
[prMac.com] Orem, Utah - iPhone application, Talk Radio, will audio stream Barack Obama's historic Presidential Inauguration, Tuesday, January 19, 2009. At the request of both customers and news agencies, Talk Radio will add a special host program for the inauguration. Users of the application will now be able to participate in this historic event by audio stream from anywhere in the world where their phone has a network connection.
Product manager David Kyle said, "We received so many requests from our customers that are going to be on the road or unable to access a television at work. We couldn't say no."
Existing Talk Radio users will automatically receive the updated program information until after the event is over.
Talk Radio (now with online streaming and expanded directory) is the perfect companion for truck drivers, business travelers, vacationers or anyone wanting to find entertaining and educational programming on their radio dial away from home. Developed by Juidy Development, Talk Radio takes advantage of the built in Core Location technology in the iPhone or iPod touch to quickly identify where and when your favorite talk show is available. Talk Radio fans will never have to miss their favorite host or worry about being bored while on the road again.
Talk Radio is available now in the Apple iTunes store for only $2.99 (USD) and works on the iPhone or iPod touch. Requires 2.0 software update.
Based in Orem, Utah, Juicy Development LLC is a privately funded company founded in 2008 by Tod Hadley and Brent Anderson. The company focus is to develop applications for the Apple IPhone, Google Android, and other mobile markets. Taking inspiration from organizations such as Google, early Word Perfect, eBay, and Paypal, Juicy Development's business model is one that rewards every employee directly for the work they do. Software should be fun, functional, and make your mouth water when you use it. Copyright 2008 Juicy Development LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computers Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.