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AccuRadio Credits Combination of Broadcast Style Curation and Tech Ease for Major Growth

AccuRadioTitel-660x322At its best, broadcast radio can have an appeal that billion-song catalogs and computer algorithms can’t replace. Powering the airwaves is a real human, choosing songs with just the right feel. There’s no constant fussing by the listener required and never an arbitrary halt to the music.

Independent online radio service AccuRadio (accuradio.com) captures the beauty of broadcast, but with all personal customization that make online listening great. With nearly a thousand channels of human-curated music, unlimited song skips, no irritating timeouts, and an intuitive mobile app, the service offers the best of the terrestrial and digital worlds.

The human-tech balance has made AccuRadio the fastest growing service of its kind.

Spearheaded by Chicago radio veterans, including respected radio executive John Gehron, the online radio’s easy-to-navigate interface lets listeners start listening and stay listening all day long. Many of the curators behind AccuRadio’s channels have decades of on-air and programming experience. They know what listeners like, and they know music.

“We do more curation than anyone,” says Kurt Hanson, Internet radio pioneer and AccuRadio CEO. “The human factor in programming digital services has been talked about a lot lately with Apple Music’s launch, but for more than a decade now it has been a central part of what we do and what our listeners respond to.”

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Hassahn is no stranger to the power of words. Just as Lebron took his talents to South Beach, the Chicago native has taken his talents to Hollywood and beyond. His ability to manipulate the English language has led to a career using his gift. He currently writes songs for TV/Film; he has co-written a book alongside Dr. Kerby T Alvy Ph.D; Hassahn produced and wrote DEMOs documentary film, and of course he scribes for Radio Facts on the daily.

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