Music fans across the country no longer have to wait to hear the hottest DJs in the club or on a mix tape. Now, they can hear their favorite mix masters 24/7 on their mobile phones courtesy of the first-ever syndicated mix show channel, Focuson the DJ. The streaming channel is now available to Sprint and U.S. Cellular customers via Sprint Radio and Digital Radio, respectively. Additional wireless carriers are expected to join the network in the coming months.Powered by mSpot, a leading provider of entertainment services that enables carriers to deliver consumer-centric entertainment to mobile phones, Focuson the DJ is an eclectic hub of blazing hot music, offering Dance, hip-hop, Latin and Reggae shows everyday, all day.
According to CTIA, the International Association for the Wireless Telecommunications Industry, there are over 234 million U.S. wireless subscribers. These statistics represent a large percentage of cell phone users who are already spending money on mobile entertainment.
Focuson the DJ currently has approximately 100,000 subscribers tuning in but with the millions of cell phone users in the U.S. and an estimated one billion users in the world, the channel’s expansion opportunities are limitless.
“By using mSpot’s advanced technology and having the opportunity to partner with national and international wireless phone carriers, our syndicated mix shows can be offered to users all over the world,” said Dustin Edelhertz, the channel’s creator and mix show director. “It’s great to be a part of something with so much potential and to have such a talented group of people to work with. The DJs and I are extremely excited about the near future,” he continued.
Subscribers pay a flat monthly fee to their wireless carrier and get unlimited access to the music service, which also offers audio and video content. More information on the service can be found at www.mSpot.com.
DJs interested in being a part of this revolutionary channel can visit www.focusonthedj.com for more information.
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