Radioline has a catalogue of 60,000 radio stations and audio podcasts from 130 countries. Proximus TV customers can now listen, free of charge, all of the content offered by the company via their TV service.
Proximus TV will enable its customers to listen to FM radio and web radio stations from Belgium and from around the world by integrating the Radioline application, without advertising, in its latest generation decoders – the V5 and V5 compact – with features including favourites, programfme schedules, music metadata and theme-based catalogues.
“Thanks to this partnership with Radioline we offer our Proximus TV customers access to this very comprehensive catalog of radio stations and podcasts free of advertising. Knowing how important music, culture and information are for our customers, this partnership enables us to enhance our offering with even more varied content, to satisfy all tastes,” said Stéphanie Röckmann, Director Content & Media at Proximus.
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