October 22, 2008
Wolverine Data’s Internet WorldRadio Receives Broadcasts From 15,000 Radio Stations Worldwide Without Fees
An Internet-based WorldRadio that can receive broadcasts from 15,000 radio stations from more than 160 countries--free from any subscriptions fees--is now available from Wolverine Data, Inc.
According to Matt Mardini, Wolverine Data president, WorldRadio provides an easy way to find and listen to radio broadcasts available over the Internet. "WorldRadio is the most complete guide to the world of digital quality live entertainment, sports, music, news and talk on the Internet receiving thousands of stations from over 160 countries around the globe," Mardini asserted. "By connecting our new WorldRadio to the Internet via its built-in Wi-Fi or Ethernet/LAN, consumers can indulge their personal listening preferences by genre or country anywhere in the world."
Offering a stand-alone Internet radio capability with vTuner portal, the WorldRadio is the most advanced Internet radio with maximum worldwide station reach. The device features built-in 6-watt stereo speakers and external audio jacks to connect to headphones or a stereo system and users can sort by genre, country or add their own music. In addition, the WorldRadio uses Windows Media Player 11 to wirelessly stream music from a computer.
The WorldRadio package includes a 100-240V auto switching AC to 9V power adapter, remote control with batteries, quick installation guide and user manual.
The Internet WorldRadio is now available for $179.99 from Wolverine Data's online store and from leading retailers such as B&H, J&R, Adorama, Costco, Amazon, and Target, among others.
About Wolverine Data, Inc.
Wolverine Data designs and markets unique consumer electronics products that simplify how people interact with all digital media. The company is located at 9939 Muirlands Ave., Irvine, Calif. 92618. For more information call (949) 653-6300, e-mail [email protected] or visit the company website at http://www.wolverinedata.com.