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Howard Hobson (CEO), David L. Watts (COO) and Craig T. Garrett (CMO) are starting a new venture called The Rattle Radio Network, which is radio, podcasts, news, culture and video from a black digital radio perspective accessible on one platform on your phone, tablets, car, TV, speakers, streaming devices and virtual assistant devices. In today’s musical landscape terrestrial radio stations play more commercials than music. When they do play music, it’s the same songs over and over again. The music formats of stations often change with the wind, no loyalty to the audience. The current offerings for the African American market are bleak at best, providing very little musical variety or artist support. Soon you will be able to listen and experience forty-two live 24/7 radio stations and podcast shows from our Hollywood, California studios. Rattle Radio changes this dynamic by being the first radio and podcast network offering African American music and pop culture content in all genres, eras, and forms through radio streaming. Rattle Radio is radio for the digital age.
30 Sep 2018
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Howard Hobson (CEO), David L. Watts (COO) and Craig T. Garrett (CMO) are starting a new venture called The Rattle Radio Network, which is radio, podcasts, news, culture and video from a black digital radio perspective accessible on one platform on your phone, tablets, car, TV, speakers, streaming devices and virtual assistant devices. In today’s musical landscape terrestrial radio stations play more commercials than music. When they do play music, it’s the same songs over and over again. The music formats of stations often change with the wind, no loyalty to the audience. The current offerings for the African American market are bleak at best, providing very little musical variety or artist support. Soon you will be able to listen and experience forty-two live 24/7 radio stations and podcast shows from our Hollywood, California studios. Rattle Radio changes this dynamic by being the first radio and podcast network offering African American music and pop culture content in all genres, eras, and forms through radio streaming. Rattle Radio is radio for the digital age.
1 Oct 2018
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Howard Hobson (CEO), David L. Watts (COO) and Craig T. Garrett (CMO) are starting a new venture called The Rattle Radio Network, which is radio, podcasts, news, culture and video from a black digital radio perspective accessible on one platform on your phone, tablets, car, TV, speakers, streaming devices and virtual assistant devices. In today’s musical landscape terrestrial radio stations play more commercials than music. When they do play music, it’s the same songs over and over again. The music formats of stations often change with the wind, no loyalty to the audience. The current offerings for the African American market are bleak at best, providing very little musical variety or artist support. Soon you will be able to listen and experience forty-two live 24/7 radio stations and podcast shows from our Hollywood, California studios. Rattle Radio changes this dynamic by being the first radio and podcast network offering African American music and pop culture content in all genres, eras, and forms through radio streaming. Rattle Radio is radio for the digital age.
1 Oct 2018
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Howard Hobson (CEO), David L. Watts (COO) and Craig T. Garrett (CMO) are starting a new venture called The Rattle Radio Network, which is radio, podcasts, news, culture and video from a black digital radio perspective accessible on one platform on your phone, tablets, car, TV, speakers, streaming devices and virtual assistant devices. In today’s musical landscape terrestrial radio stations play more commercials than music. When they do play music, it’s the same songs over and over again. The music formats of stations often change with the wind, no loyalty to the audience. The current offerings for the African American market are bleak at best, providing very little musical variety or artist support. Soon you will be able to listen and experience forty-two live 24/7 radio stations and podcast shows from our Hollywood, California studios. Rattle Radio changes this dynamic by being the first radio and podcast network offering African American music and pop culture content in all genres, eras, and forms through radio streaming. Rattle Radio is radio for the digital age.
2 Oct 2018
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Howard Hobson (CEO), David L. Watts (COO) and Craig T. Garrett (CMO) are starting a new venture called The Rattle Radio Network, which is radio, podcasts, news, culture and video from a black digital radio perspective accessible on one platform on your phone, tablets, car, TV, speakers, streaming devices and virtual assistant devices. In today’s musical landscape terrestrial radio stations play more commercials than music. When they do play music, it’s the same songs over and over again. The music formats of stations often change with the wind, no loyalty to the audience. The current offerings for the African American market are bleak at best, providing very little musical variety or artist support. Soon you will be able to listen and experience forty-two live 24/7 radio stations and podcast shows from our Hollywood, California studios. Rattle Radio changes this dynamic by being the first radio and podcast network offering African American music and pop culture content in all genres, eras, and forms through radio streaming. Rattle Radio is radio for the digital age.
2 Oct 2018
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Howard Hobson (CEO), David L. Watts (COO) and Craig T. Garrett (CMO) are starting a new venture called The Rattle Radio Network, which is radio, podcasts, news, culture and video from a black digital radio perspective accessible on one platform on your phone, tablets, car, TV, speakers, streaming devices and virtual assistant devices. In today’s musical landscape terrestrial radio stations play more commercials than music. When they do play music, it’s the same songs over and over again. The music formats of stations often change with the wind, no loyalty to the audience. The current offerings for the African American market are bleak at best, providing very little musical variety or artist support. Soon you will be able to listen and experience forty-two live 24/7 radio stations and podcast shows from our Hollywood, California studios. Rattle Radio changes this dynamic by being the first radio and podcast network offering African American music and pop culture content in all genres, eras, and forms through radio streaming. Rattle Radio is radio for the digital age.
3 Oct 2018
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Howard Hobson (CEO), David L. Watts (COO) and Craig T. Garrett (CMO) are starting a new venture called The Rattle Radio Network, which is radio, podcasts, news, culture and video from a black digital radio perspective accessible on one platform on your phone, tablets, car, TV, speakers, streaming devices and virtual assistant devices. In today’s musical landscape terrestrial radio stations play more commercials than music. When they do play music, it’s the same songs over and over again. The music formats of stations often change with the wind, no loyalty to the audience. The current offerings for the African American market are bleak at best, providing very little musical variety or artist support. Soon you will be able to listen and experience forty-two live 24/7 radio stations and podcast shows from our Hollywood, California studios. Rattle Radio changes this dynamic by being the first radio and podcast network offering African American music and pop culture content in all genres, eras, and forms through radio streaming. Rattle Radio is radio for the digital age.
4 Oct 2018
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Howard Hobson (CEO), David L. Watts (COO) and Craig T. Garrett (CMO) are starting a new venture called The Rattle Radio Network, which is radio, podcasts, news, culture and video from a black digital radio perspective accessible on one platform on your phone, tablets, car, TV, speakers, streaming devices and virtual assistant devices. In today’s musical landscape terrestrial radio stations play more commercials than music. When they do play music, it’s the same songs over and over again. The music formats of stations often change with the wind, no loyalty to the audience. The current offerings for the African American market are bleak at best, providing very little musical variety or artist support. Soon you will be able to listen and experience forty-two live 24/7 radio stations and podcast shows from our Hollywood, California studios. Rattle Radio changes this dynamic by being the first radio and podcast network offering African American music and pop culture content in all genres, eras, and forms through radio streaming. Rattle Radio is radio for the digital age.
4 Oct 2018
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