Audacy is expanding digital distribution of its podcast library and 250+radio stations to home, car and portable connected devices through an agreement with TuneIn.
These additional platforms include Tesla, Rivian, Lucid, Bose, Samsung, Xbox and the TuneIn mobile app and TuneIn.com.
TuneIn users will now have access to streaming audio from podcast studios Cadence13, Pineapple Street Studios and 2400Sports, and such radio stations as WFAN, 1010 WINS, and KROQ.
Audacy will also gain access to TuneIn’s advertising supply while bringing select TuneIn original content to the Audacy digital platform. The partnership will create new monetization opportunities for Audacy and TuneIn’s advertising partners, the company states.
Audacy is “committed to meeting the listener wherever they wish to consume, and we’re delighted to expand the availability of our unique live sports, news, and personality-driven audio content to over 200 new TuneIn-supported platforms,” says J.D. Crowley, chief digital officer and president of Podcast and Streaming, Audacy.
Audacy and TuneIn will together “bring consumers the nation’s most coveted Audio talent, including Garth Brooks, Tom Hanks, Boomer Esiason, Katie Neal and Bru, podcasts like ‘Fly on the Wal’” with Dana Carvey and David Spade, Amy Poehler’s "Say More with Dr. Sheila" and HBO’s "Succession" Podcast, adds Rich Stern, chief executive officer, TuneIn.