Music Industry News Network [11-28-2017]
EMedia Group Releases New TruckinRadio Website
Richardson, TX Ė November, 28 2017
eMedia Group, a recruiting company connecting the most qualified driver candidates to high-quality jobs at the top trucking companies in the country, announced today the release of their brand new TruckinRadio Website. This Website was developed to enhance the driving experience of long-haul drivers by Streaming Music Content that allows them to dictate the style of music they want to listen to at any given time.
The radio aspect of the Website currently provides instant access to 10 stations- with more stations currently in the works - including Classic Rock, Heavy Metal, Rock, top 40 hits, along with Country. What attracts most users is the small number of advertisers, which is very low, an even more important feature is that each station plays only the style of music the driver has selected!
eMedia Groupís goal is to match experienced Class A and Class B commercial truck drivers with our customers that have an immediate transportation need. TruckinRadio website provides a great go-to radio station that allows an advertiserís message to be displayed online and display the Posting on ten additional radio stations. Radio, usually programs about 15 Postings per hour, TruckinRadio will only have four Posting per hour. This equals 96 Postings per day per station or 960 Postings per day over ten stations. TruckinRadio stations are on Tune In which has its App on Roku and Amazon. TruckinRadio can be reached by any cell phone service in the USA. Advertisers get your message in front of more than 5,000 drivers daily, across 10 music websites.
Call 888 242 4400, ask for George to get more details.
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