J103 Launches Nationwide Positive Music Streaming Platform

Chattanooga, Tenn. (September 1, 2020) – J103, radio station in Chattanooga launches positive and Christian music streaming platform that can toggle DJs on and off.

Partners for Christian Media/J103 is excited to launch JRadio, their brand-new digital music streaming platform on September 1. Having seen the impact positive music can have in an individual’s life for the past 25 years, Partners for Christian Media has developed JRadio to be a digital music platform with only positive and encouraging songs and content.

While we recognize FM radio’s long-standing rule as king of the car, a shift to mobile, digital listening has begun with many people choosing their phones, computers and tablets for at-home, outdoor and personal listening experiences. Partners for Christian Media is excited to expand the ways we offer people a life-changing experience with music through varied selections in music and content in our new digital space.

Listeners will be able to choose their own adventure through an ever-expanding selection of expertly curated playlists. Picking between genres like rock, hip-hop, folk or southern gospel, and mood stylings for working out, contemplation or your next road trip, will highlight the diversity of musical choices available to anyone looking for their next favorite playlist!

JRadio was developed to provide an experience far beyond our previous live streaming broadcasts with upgrades including skippable songs, different genres of music, exclusive playlists from top-rated artists, and more. One of the more unique features of JRadio is the ability for digital playlists to be hosted as one would host an FM radio show. Listeners can choose to skip the DJ segments on an individual basis or toggle them off completely at the playlist level.

Justin Wade, the General Manager of Partners for Christian Media/J103 said, “The JRadio experience is developed around two main concepts: the music people listen to really does make a difference, and users should be in control. While some broadcasters would be horrified to think we created a streaming platform where you could toggle the DJs on and off, we knew that we needed to create an online experience where the user is in the driver seat.

Start using JRadio for free or sign up for a 30-day free trial of JRadio Premium at JRadio.com and download the Android or iOS app in your app store.

For more information, you can contact Brett Ritchey at brett@jradio.com or call (423) 892-1200.

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