Aiir offers instant radio station websites
personBy James Cridland for media.info
access_timePosted 10 August 2015, 7.44am edt
Aiir, the radio web company, has launched a new entirely self-service portal for producing radio station websites. They call it 'instant access'.
Since Aiir only makes radio station websites, this appears a quick and simple way to produce a good radio station website with the minimum of hassle. Their press release claims you can set up a radio station website "within a couple of minutes", though you might want to write some nice, unique, content first.
Pricing starts from £40 a month, which is around 60 euro or US dollars.
I'm impressed at what Aiir do; they make pretty-looking websites with uniquely radio features, like programme schedules and localisation for networked brands. They also did the tech behind the Radioplayer's console. I predict big things for the company.
Get a radio station website in minutes with Aiir
Aiir, the radio web and mobile specialists, has today announced the release of their ‘Instant Access’ offering for their radio website CMS. Radio stations can now go to Aiir.com and within a couple of minutes have a fully responsive website designed with radio in mind.
Packages start from as little as £40 per month and include access to their industry leading content management system. Hosting and support is including in all packages.
Stations will get access to a range of tools to build their own pages, control their schedule, generate revenue and more.
The new Starter and Plus packages also include access to the brand new Template Builder tool, which makes creating a website for a radio station easier than ever. A range of gorgeous responsive designs are available to choose from, each of which can be customised with your own colours, images and content.
There’s no additional setup fee and the process is entirely self-service so it only takes minutes to get started.
Ricki Lee, Executive Director of Aiir, said: “With small scale DAB and the growth of community and internet stations, there’s so many new opportunities in the radio industry that we think it’s really important to support. We’ve built these new packages with stations of all sizes in mind - giving them access a suite of tools they’ll love at a price that works for them.”
First to use the service was Chris Country, which will shortly be available on two small scale DAB multiplexes.
Chris Stevens, founder of Chris Country, said: "Our Aiir website allows us to look and feel as professional as stations with far greater resources. From the artist pages to the easy to use competition forms, the now-playing window to the ads, it's quick to set up and a pleasure to use. Our listeners love it."
A full list of features and different packages can be found at Aiir's website.
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