Radionomy, Hotmix Radio and Classic & Jazz, three major players in the world of online radio, are bringing their inventories together in a new control room: Adionomy Régie.
The objective of the control room, as explained to us by its Commercial Director, Eric van der Haegen, is to quickly become a major player in the digital radio landscape.
Adionomy Régie now has more than 4 million listeners, 17 million sessions and no less than 7.5 million hours streamed each month in France.
"Adionomy Régie wants to offer advertisers a real evolution in the broadcasting of radio spots to connected listeners, as is already the case in other countries. We have everything we need to achieve this: a motivated team, a proprietary technology and a qualitative, targeted and geolocalised inventory," explains Eric van der Haegen, Sales Director at Adionomy.
Adionomy is based in Paris and is composed of a team already expert in this media. They are Eric van der Haegen, Antony Frandsen (ex-Proxyrégie) and Alexandre Marion.
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More information on www.adionomyregie.com
As a reminder:
- Radionomy is the global platform dedicated to online radio. Radionomy's objective is to make radio as accessible as possible to all connected users. The platform offers you the opportunity to listen to all your favourite radio stations and a large catalogue of music and theme radio stations created by enthusiasts. In addition to its online radio listening service, Radionomy makes it possible to create your own radio entirely free of charge, to broadcast it and to monetize it. www.radionomy.com/fr
- Hotmixradio, 1st independent web radio brand. On Hotmixradio.fr discover 16 must-have music radios in the same universe. At every moment, listen to the music you want: Dance, Hits, Rock, Lounge, 80's, French Song... www.hotmixradio.fr
- Classic & Jazz is a package of four themed radio stations (Classic and Jazz, Smooth and relax, Soul and Funk, Chic and Frenchy) broadcast on the Internet and accessible on the site www.classicandjazz.net