MSpot Launches Interactive Music Radio For Java-Enabled Phones
MSpot, a pioneer in premium mobile entertainment, announced the launch of MSpot Music Radio, an interactive streaming music service for Java-enabled mobile phones. Available now on the Sprint Nationwide PCS Network, MSpot Music Radio features 17 channels of commercial-free streaming music, a "Featured Artists" channel with a slide show of music videos and singles, exclusive music mixes from popular DJs, music reviews, celebrity news and interviews. In addition, MSpot Music Radio is powered by a seamless user experience that enables consumers to purchase CDs, Music Tones and screensavers as they listen to new music and favorite hits on MSpot Music Radio.
"With the number of Java-based mobile phone users reaching well over 120 million and climbing, the demand for multimedia content geared toward these devices has also increased," said Daren Tsui, CEO and co-founder of MSpot. "MSpot Music Radio meets this demand by enabling consumers to discover and sample new artists and bands, listen to streaming radio, and then immediately purchase items related to the song they're hearing Music Tones, CDs, and screensavers, all with a touch of the key pad."
"Java-enabled mobile phone users are growing at an unprecedented rate," said John Burris, director, Product Marketing and Strategy, Sprint. "The addition of MSpot Music Radio allows us to offer a quality multimedia entertainment experience to more users than ever and extends our commitment to delivering cutting-edge features to our customers."
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