September 27, 2014, Washington, D.C. Polish Radio, Poland’s Public Radio Network, has announced a couple days ago a partnership with AudioNow, the world’s largest call-to-listen platform, to extend their reach to mobile listeners in the United States.
Polish Radio’s external service can now be heard across all fifty states by calling 712.432.7700. No smartphone or data plan is required, and the calls use regular voice minutes, allowing anyone with a cell phone to hear the live broadcast.
Based in Warsaw, Polish Radio’s mission is to inform the world and the Polish diaspora of the most important developments in Poland and to put the Polish perspective on international issues, front and center. Broadcasting in five languages including Polish, Russian, English, Ukrainian and Belarusian, Polish Radio’s programing features national and international news, Polish foreign policy, the economy, business and foreign investment, as well as scientific and cultural achievements.
News from Poland in English broadcasts daily at 2:00 p.m. Central European Time (8:00 p.m. US-Eastern Standard Time) covering news, press reviews, and interviews with leading experts on contemporary topics. The Ukrainian Show, which reports on the situation between the Ukraine and Russia daily, airs at 7:30 p.m. CET. The Belarusian Program is also broadcast daily providing news and information that people in Belarus cannot access otherwise.
We try to be heard everywhere. We know it is popular to listen to radio by phone, particularly in the U.S., and AudioNow is helping us reach our potential, expanding our audience there, remarks Joachim Ciecierski, the head of multi-media for Polish Radio.
Natalie White, Manager of Market Research at AudioNow commented, The Polish diaspora is large in the U.S. In fact, over a half million Americans report speaking Polish at home. We are thrilled to help deliver Polish Radio to more listeners eager for greater access to mobile news and information.
Call to listen to Polish Radio: 712.432.7700
About Polish Radio
Polskie Radio (Polish Radio), based in Warsaw, first began broadcasting in 1926 via nine regional stations. Today the network includes 17 regional radio stations throughout Poland. Polish Radio External Service is a part of Polands public radio network. It aims to broadcast programs on developments in Poland, Polish foreign policy, the economy, business and foreign investments in five languages: Polish, English, Ukrainian, Belarusian and Russian.
AudioNow, based in Washington, DC, is the leading call-to-listen platform in the world. With broadcast partners on every continent, AudioNow extends the reach of radio by connecting mobile listeners to their favorite radio stations through a simple telephone call. The AudioNow platform uses proprietary HD voice design and patent-pending technology that serves all mobile platforms. AudioNow has more than 2,200 broadcast partners, including global leaders such as the United Nations, BBC, RFI, Voice of America, Entravision, C-SPAN and IMG College. In 2013 AudioNow delivered 2 billion listening minutes to its broadcast partners and connected users 84 million times to its platform.