The station is part of Italy's Mediaset SpA media group
Radioline is now part of the Harman Ignite Store, offering global radio coverage on the connected vehicle platform that connects consumers with various brands. The Harman Ignite Store offers a curated list of applications that allow consumers to tailor their connected experience to their particular needs and preferences.
Radioline provides access to 110,000 radio stations and podcasts from 130 countries, representing all broadcast stations and 30,000 web radios, enriched with metadata and program guides and 10 million podcasts chapters. The service is available in 10 languages based on curated local catalogs.
“The inclusion of Radioline in this cloud-based system will provide consumers around the world access to all of their favorite media content wherever they are – including on the road,” said Xavier Filliol, COO of Radioline.
“Harman Ignite Store allows seamless integration of third party content into the drive experience,” said Albert Jordan, VP and GM of the Harman Ignite Store business unit within Harman Automotive. “The wide variety of content available through Radioline is just what consumers are asking for in their vehicles, and we are excited to welcome them to the Harman Ignite Store ecosystem.”
The Ignite Store is a dedicated automotive hub for Android developers. It has added a new Developers Portal, giving Android developers full access to test their automotive applications prior to being reviewed by Harman experts.