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Pyrate Radio
Phone
954 235 0818
Address
398 E. Dania Beach Blvd. Ste 220
City
Dania Beach
State
Florida
Zipcode
33004
Country
United States
Business Description

Pyrate Radio is not a ‘choose-your-song’ streaming service, but rather the work product of some of the best radio Program Directors and station managers in broadcasting.  Over 90% of Americans and Europeans frequently listen to broadcast radio, encouraged by the worldwide migration from FM to HD digital broadcast. This shift is complete in Europe, but just beginning in North America.

Pyrate Radio programming is designed to provide HD Digital programming to broadcasters. Programming is delivered entirely through the ‘cloud’ for high reliability.  The Pyrate Radio crew has a world of talent in broadcast and music. Pyrate Radio is a proven broadcast business model, but deliver programming in a new, musician friendly way

Pyrate Radio is owned and operated by experienced sailors, real radio guys, and those “Living the Dream” and loving the music.  Pyrate Radio is rooted in the success of Tradewinds Radio, a proven program provider and developer of Caribbean radio stations. Pyrate is a major leap forward with the implementation of cloud-based technology and quality designed for major market broadcast.

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