CBS Radio hits mSpot for All-Sports mobile radio
CBS RADIO and mSpot, a pioneer in premium mobile entertainment, today announced a new partnership that will make three of CBS RADIO s top sports stations available to subscribers of mSpot s All-Sports mobile radio service, mSpot Sports, which is currently available on select Sprint mobile phones. Beginning immediately, users of the service will be able to hear a live stream of New York s WFAN-AM, Chicago s WSCR-AM and Philadelphia s WIP-AM on their mobile phones by tuning into MSpot Sports.
WFAN, WSCR and WIP are amongst CBS RADIO s most listened to stations in the country and we recognize that in today s fast paced world, our listeners need immediate access and alternate ways to hear live broadcasts and news about their favorite sports teams, commented Joel Hollander, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, CBS RADIO. CBS RADIO seeks to partner with companies that will enhance the listener experience and we re thrilled our stations will be offered through mSpot Sports service.
mSpot s approach to mobile entertainment is simple; to provide users with a wide range of high quality multi-media services that suits all tastes, whether it be movies, music or sports. By teaming up with CBS RADIO we re able to offer consumers some of the top sports radio content in the country which really adds value to mSpot Sports, said Daren Tsui, CEO and co-founder for mSpot, Inc.
Top rated shows including WFAN s Imus in the Morning and Mike and the Mad Dog, WSCR s Mike North, and WIP s Howard Eskin will be among the many programs listeners will have access to on mSpot s Sports Radio Channel.
mSpot aggregates premium entertainment from major media companies to produce mobile-friendly programming. In addition to mSpot Sports, the company currently offers three premium mobile entertainment services: mSpot Radio, 30 channels of live and on-demand streaming music, news, sports, finance, entertainment and talk radio; mSpot Music, interactive streaming radio that features commercial-free music, videos, exclusive shows, and one-click music purchasing; and mSpot Movies, the first mobile entertainment service to stream full-length feature films to mobile phones.