Samsung signs deal with ARN

ARN’s eight radio channels can now be streamed through Samsung Smart TV

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Samsung signs deal with ARN ARN's eight radio stations will now be available through Samsung Smart TVs.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  November 1, 2011

Samsung has signed an exclusive agreement with the Arabian Radio Network (ARN), one of the UAE's largest radio networks and leading commercial radio brands, which will allow SmartTV users to access all eight ARN radio channels through a dedicated Samsung Smart TV application.

"Our diverse audience of 1.6 million listeners a day are tech-savvy and engage with our stations at home, at work, in the office or in the car. We accompany our listeners wherever they may be," said Mahmoud al Rasheed, ARN General Manager.

ARN's radio stations include: Virgin Radio Dubai 104.4, Al Khaleejiya 100.9, City 101.6, Hit 96.7, Dubai 92, Dubai Eye 103.8, Al Arabiya 99 and Radio Shoma 93.4.

"Samsung is committed to partner with local companies and develop business and consumer applications tailored to the region's Smart TV viewers," said Vinod Nair, general manager of TV Business, Samsung Gulf Electronics. "As a leader in content development, Samsung is the ideal partner for media houses such as ARN who are looking to diversify their channels and reach new audiences. We are proud to partner with ARN, a leading radio network and provide our viewers with more choices in home entertainment."

ARN's internet radio application with Samsung will feature a live feed from all eight stations, channel and program information and live radio streaming and playback.

 "The Arabian Radio Network today is a multiplatform media company, we are proud to announce the launch of our sixth platform, meaning listeners can enjoy their favourite radio stations at home on the Samsung Smart TV," said Steve Smith ARN chief operating officer.

Samsung is also working with a variety of companies in the region to offer region-specific Smart TV applications and content for its viewers.

Samsung recently partnered with Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) to launch the Smart TV DEWA application which allows users to check their bills. 

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