Sonos launches subscription-based HD radio service
“Sonos Radio is the result of our unwavering commitment to exceptional sound experiences – carefully curated music into incredible sound right out of the box for our customers,” said the CEO of Sonos. Patrick spence said in a statement. “As we continue to innovate to make listening to your favorite audio content at home easier and more enjoyable, Sonos Radio shows the potential of the new experiences we can bring from our hardware, software platform. and services. “
Sonos initially launched its in-house radio service in April, which brought together all 60,000 stations from its various streaming partners – including iHeartRadio, NPR, Napster, TuneIn and Mixcloud – along with 30 new genre stations specially curated as Concert Hall. , Country Outlaws, Hip-Hop Archive and Kids Rock. There are also sports, news and local radio offerings through the app, and from today the service will be available in five more countries, bringing its total to 16.
The new HD level, in addition to better sound, ad-free playback and the Parton show, will include new shows that will delve deeper into genres such as country, americana, R&B and jazz. led by expert curators like NPR. Anne Powers, holiday resorts (including a Holiday special hosted by Parton to accompany their new holiday album) and regional music explorations from the UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands and more.