***WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING***
CNET “Stitcher is to news and information what Pandora is to music”
BUSINESS WEEK “Makes Sirius look overpriced and stodgy”
GIZMODO “Stitcher collects and stitches together spoken word radio content. Think of it as your local public radio station, times 400”
* CREATE CUSTOM STATIONS: “Stitch” together your favorite shows to create customized stations.
* DISCOVER NEW SHOWS: Stitcher helps you find new shows you’ll love by recommending shows other listeners of the same show also like.
* LISTEN ON DEMAND: Get the latest episodes of your favorite shows as soon as they are released, without the hassle of downloading and syncing podcasts.
* GET BREAKING NEWS: Keep up with the day’s biggest stories on the front page and via breaking news audio alerts sent to your phone.
* SHARE WITH FRIENDS: Share your favorite shows on Twitter, Facebook and email.
Stitcher is the best way to stay connected with the information that’s important to you. Stitcher Radio is a smarter way to listen to the radio.
***AWARDS & PRAISE***
- 20 Best Apps - TechCrunch
- 25 Top Android Apps - TIME Magazine
- 12 Best Entertainment Apps - PC World
- Essential Driving App - Wired.com
- Best News App - Best App Ever Awards
- Best Mobile News App - Webby's People's Voice Award
- Top 75 Android Apps - PC Magazine
- Top 5 Podcast Apps - Mashable
"Best Podcast app ever" -- Eric
"Great, an easy way to keep up on current news" -- Jake
“Unbeatable, and I’ve tried a few. Like having a real radio in your hand” -- Cyril
“The best thing about it is having different playlists; one for my morning commute, another for my lunch hour and another for heading home" -- Jerry
A NOTE ON PERMISSIONS
"Read your contacts" - Stitcher allows you to invite your friends to start listening on Stitcher. The "Read your contacts" permission is required for this type of functionality. Contacts data will never be used without a user's explicit consent. We will never sell users' contacts data to advertisers.
Fondare una radio non è una cosa semplice, soprattutto per chi nel farlo, pensa di poter diventare nodo di sviluppo e innovazione all’insegna della sperimentazione: una radio come luogo in cui si possano esercitare competenze acquisite e sperimentarne di altre.
Fare network in una città come Catania sembra una scelta scontata, ma chi lavora da tempo su questo territorio sa che non si tratta di un percorso semplice. In tal senso, la radio è un potente mezzo di comunicazione che, se unito al dispositivo che per eccellenza usiamo tutti i giorni, il cellulare, può amplificare di molto la sua potenza.
L’applicazione che vi mettiamo a disposizione, permette di ascoltare Radio Lab dal proprio cellulare e offre vari modi di interazione con la radio stessa sfruttando tutti i canali messi a disposizione dalle nuove tecnologie. Dalla chat, alla connessione con i social media.
La chat nasce come una room pubblica dove è possibile accedere inserendo anche solo il proprio nick per poter entrare in contatto con gli altri utenti e con gli speaker. Il sistema prevede un servizio server che permetterà agli speaker di leggere e interagire in tempo reale con i messaggi degli ascoltatori.
Tramite l'app potrai tra le altre cose:
- Ascoltare la radio
- Chattare con gli speaker e con gli altri utenti connessi
- Visualizzare su una mappa, gli ascoltatori attorno a te
- Visualizzare le pagine della radio sui social network e interagire con esse
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WNYC is the flagship public radio station of New York City. We produce a range of original and innovative programs and podcasts, including The Brian Lehrer Show, The Leonard Lopate Show, The Takeaway (a co-production with Public Radio International) and, from our newsroom, award-winning local and national reporting. Soundcheck, New Sounds and Spinning on Air feature exclusive performances from the new music scene, while Jonathan Schwartz is the voice of American standards.
We're also home to Radiolab, the Peabody Award-winning show that blurs the boundaries among science, philosophy and the human experience, and Freakonomics Radio, the popular podcast that explores "the hidden side of everything."
Other shows you'll find here include All Things Considered, Ask Me Another, Car Talk, Fishko Files, Food Fridays, Fresh Air, Here's the Thing With Alex Baldwin, Last Chance Foods, Morning Edition, Marketplace, Money Talking, Movie Date, New Tech City, On Being, On Point, Radio Rookies, Radiolab, Selected Shorts, Studio 360 , This American Life and The World.
WNYC is a listener-supported public radio station. Your financial support helps make possible our programming, broadcasting and digital innovation. You can find our donation form on the app menu.
The WNYC app was built by the digital media group of New York Public Radio.
The WQXR Android app includes these features:
* Our live radio streams
* Archived shows
* Real-time playlists with information on recordings
* Breaking classical music news articles
* Event listings
* An alarm clock & time sleeper
Broadcasting from atop the Empire State Building, WQXR has been a cultural institution of New York City for 75 years. In addition to the classical cannon, the station produces original shows such as Metropolitan Opera Radio Saturday Matinee Broadcasts, The Philharmonic This Week on Thursday evenings, All Ears with Terrance McKnight and Movies on the Radio hosted by David Garland. WQXR also presents live performances from Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center, original digital video series such as Café Concerts, and podcasts such as Conducting Business.
Our hosts include Jeff Spurgeon in the morning, Midge Woolsey and Naomi Levin in the afternoons and Elliott Forrest during the weekend brunch hour. WNYC's David Garland and Terrance McKnight host classical music in the evenings.
Q2 Music is WQXR's online-only radio stream. With a more contemporary focus than WQXR, it features large-scale festival programming as well as live concerts from venues around New York, including our own Jerome L. Greene Performance Space. Hosted Q2 programs include Hammered!, The New Cannon and a new composers' show hosted by Nadia Sirota.
WQXR is a member-supported station that is part of the New York Public Radio family. The app is free to download and use, but we encourage you to pledge your support with a tap on the thumbs-up Support button. The app was funded by our membership's generous contributions.
The WQXR app was developed in collaboration with Public Radio Exchange (PRX), which also designed and developed our WNYC app. Based in Cambridge, MA, PRX has developed apps for This American Life as well as other Public Radio stations.