RadioGab Delivers Professional Audio Content to Independent Broadcasters

For Immediate Release

July 29, 2013

Brooklyn, NY – Potter Road Productions has announced the launch of RadioGab, an innovative audio news and entertainment service offering quality content to broadcasters of all kinds. By using RadioGab, producers can license original audio segments and soundbytes on an a la cart basis to enhance their current programming.

Serving both music and news formats, RadioGab offers the perfect solution for smaller broadcasters  and podcasters to provide their listeners with a more professional product without having to enlist full time producers. Instead, RadioGab takes on that roll by conducting original interviews and licensing the resulting content at extremely affordable prices.

In addition to saving stations time and money, RadioGab is able to help smaller broadcasters incorporate content from major artists, newsmakers and commentators who they might not otherwise have access to.

RadioGab Offerings:

-          Soundbytes from newsmakers and commentators to add production value and credibility to existing newscasts

-          Song intros from the artists themselves to insert into music playlists – complete with first hand stories behind some of rock and roll’s all-time greatest tunes

-          “Rock Talk” segments featuring artists telling the stories behind their influential bands

-          Free “Indie Music Minute” segments introducing listeners to great up and coming artists along with Royalty Free song downloads for broadcast

-          Custom news and entertainment content based on broadcasters’ specific needs

RadioGab launches with original interview content from more than 20 popular music artists, more than 40 song intros and expert reaction to some of the most intriguing news stories of the last month. Additional content is expected to be released on a weekly basis.

“It’s incredible how many passionate independent broadcasters are out there thanks to the internet,” said RadioGab founder Eric Greenberg. “The reality though is that while it’s a lot easier to have your own station or show than it was 20 years ago, it’s still incredibly difficult for these producers to come up with the resources needed for a professional broadcast. Even for the smaller terrestrial stations, budgets are extremely tight.  I’m really excited for RadioGab to help great broadcasters of all kinds get to wherever they want to be no matter what their budget is.”

RadioGab content can be previewed and licensed at www.radiogab.com. Broadcasters can be alerted to new content by following @radiogab on Twitter or “liking” www.facebook.com/radiogab.

For More Information:

info@radiogab.com  or (347) 915-5671