Second DAB+ digital station for Austereo

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Austereo will launch a new digital radio station and an FM  radio show that will allow listeners to select the music as it goes to air.

Austereo has joined  forces with US company Jelli in a new radio partnership that allows listeners to select the music being played in real time. This will be via a  new Digital Radio station called Hot30 Jelli and FM integration on the Today Network (which includes Perth's 92.9). Jelli is a multiplayer web-based game that lets listeners  completely control the songs that go on the air.
Hot30 Jelli will launch on  DAB+ in November and will be an extension of the Today Network's Hot30 Countdown where listeners can go online and choose the songs they want to  hear in real time.

Listeners will be  able to control what gets played on the DAB+ station in real time via the  Today Network's website.

Hot 30 Jelli is Austereo's second digital station. It launched  Australia's first digital radio network - Radar Radio - in December 2008. Radar is dedicated to finding and showcasing the best undiscovered artists on DAB+ and  online at

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