NPR (National Public Radio) and Livio have teamed up to create a revolutionary Internet Radio Device called NPR Radio by Livio.
“At the same time that we were thinking about that younger audience that are adopting all of that new technology, we’re also trying to consider our core audience, which is a fifty-year-old listener,” said NPR director of consumer products and e-commerce Barbara Sopato. “They may not have the iPhone, but they understand the radio, and we were just trying to figure out how to serve them in the digital space where you can get everything, anytime you want it.”
“The real concept here was distribution of audio into something that anyone from any age group or any technological sophistication level could operate,” agreed Livio CEO Jake Sigal.
NPR Radio has no subscription fees or contracts. All you would need to do is set up the device on a WiFi network and you’ll be listening to your favorite content immediately.