Radio accessible forever: RadioCut #DBS2018

Thursday 08 March, 2018
Guillermo Narvaja, CEO at RadioCut


Guillermo Narvaja, CEO from RadioCut (pictured) shared his new platform with delegates at the Digital Broadcasting Symposium in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday.

Four years ago, he aimed to build a platform for listeners to listen to a radio program at any time. 

To make it work, his company records live streams of radio stations and saves them in cloud storage.

The idea is that the platform makes it simple to listen, cut and share content.

“It makes it easy to share with their friends and it makes it searchable for content discovery,” said Narvaja.

The platform is available as a website and was recently launched as an app.

Originating from Argentina, the platform now covers more than 700 stations in 15 countries. They have collected 1000 years of radio, and 2 years of radio is collected everyday.

“There are more than 700 new radio cuts every day,” said Narvaja.

“We add value to radio because we don’t provide only the same that the user can find… at the radio station. we have the possibility for the users to access the content of the radio stations on demand… all the tools help the radio station to reach greater audiences.”

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