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Radical Secures Second Round Financing To Expand Streaming Music Offerings

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Streaming music provider Radical has secured a second round of financing to expand its Radical. and Radical Indie services. Monies will be used to complete development of a new HTML5 Player, mobile apps for all major , and will include its innovative DeeJay functionality.

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Radical.FM & Radical Indie streaming

Radical.FM & Radical Indie streaming music services
Quote start…this influx of capital will insure the rollout of our full service with a revised HTML5 player on schedule.Quote end

Radical.FM, Inc. (radical.fm) announced today that it has secured an undisclosed amount of second round financing from a group of private . The over-subscribed funding round closed last week. Monies will be used to complete development of a new HTML5 Player for its streaming music services Radical.FM and Radical Indie, for launch in early 2012. Mobile apps and the innovative DeeJayâ„¢ functionality will also be finished. Radical combines passive Stations (like Pandoraâ„¢), active Playlists (like Spotifyâ„¢ & Rhapsodyâ„¢), and social RadCastâ„¢ (like Turntable.FMâ„¢). Patent-pending RadCast makes every listener the owner of a radio station and permits streams to be shared in real-time. The DeeJay function will allow a user to speak to all who are listening to their RadCasts. To sign up for the public beta, go to Radical.FM.

“I am personally flattered that despite entrenched competition and a faltering economy the offering was over-subscribed,” said Radical Founder and CEO, Thomas McAlevey. “The Company’s owners appreciate the -changing potential of Radical. Our Beta phase has given tremendous feedback, and this influx of capital will insure the rollout of our full service with a revised HTML5 player on schedule.”