FM Radio Finally Available On Mobile Phones

FM Radio Finally Available On Mobile Phones

Sprint customers will be able to tune into their local radio station, anywhere.

Yi Chen
  • 14 january 2013

Broadcasters have long sought to make the radio available on mobile phones. Last week, the industry finally won a deal with Sprint Nextel to make local FM radio signals receivable on some cellphones.

It’s the first such deal with a phone carrier and Jeffrey Smulyan, Chief Executive of Emmis Communications, made it his mission to “get radio in 300 million cellphones.” He believes that radio listening could increase 15 percent if it was made accessible on mobile phones.

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