Radioplayer partners with BOSE to provide radio streams

Radioplayer has partnered with BOSE to bring its radio streams to their home speakers.

The integration will make all stations available to listeners with BOSE SoundTouch and Soundbar speakers, across the 10 countries currently part of the Radioplayer platform.

Using the BOSE controller app, listeners can browse stations alphabetically, see recommendations, search for something to listen to, listen to catch-up programmes and podcasts, and set Radioplayer stations as presets, so that their favourite stations can be played at the touch of a button on the speaker.

The BOSE app already allows users to listen to radio stations via Tune In, and supports (where available) Pandora, Deezer, Spotify, iHeartRadio, SiriusXM, Amazon Music and QPlay.

Michael Hill, Radioplayer Managing Director said: “This new partnership between Radioplayer and BOSE will open up a world of excellent, high-quality audio for listeners – whether they like music, sport, podcasts, or any other kind of radio. We love working with people who understand about great sound quality.”

Mike Angelo, Director of Software Product Management at BOSE said. “We’re excited to add Radioplayer as partner on our SoundTouch products. This partnership unlocks high quality content for our customers globally, with a particular focus in regions, such as Belgium and Germany, and we are confident they will enjoy this new addition.”

The 10 countries Radioplayer operates in are UK, Germany, Ireland, Austria, Norway, Belgium, Canada, Switzerland, Peru and Denmark with more coming soon.



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