October 09, 2008 17:02 ET

iTunes Tagging Now Available for Regular FM Radio From

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - October 9, 2008) - RadioTAGr announced a revolutionary new music service today that allows radio listeners to enjoy "iTunes Tagging" without requiring a special HD Radio receiver. Listeners to over 2,500 traditional radio stations can now visit on their mobile phones or computers to see the artist and song name of the music that is playing on their FM radios. Listeners can then "Tag" songs they like for download onto their Apple iPods.

RadioTAGr founder H.L. DeVore declared, "Free FM radio is the heart and soul of commercial music, it is where young teenagers continue to discover music they enjoy, even in this remarkably digital age." He went on to note that the continued explosion of new music makes it harder for listeners to know what they are hearing and remember what they like. "The DJs and playlist managers of radio stations are more important than ever. They are our music gurus guiding us around the vast music landscape."

The internet based service is free and is supported solely by advertising. Advertising inquiries can be made by emailing

Functions available through RadioTAGr are:

1)  Song and Artist identification which automatically refreshes on a
    computer or mobile phone
2)  Song tagging with direct access to the iTunes Music Store
3)  Song tagging with direct access to Amazon's amazonmp3 music store
4)  "Share" functionality to send song information to friends
5)  Lyrics lookups through a partnership with the popular website
6)  Quick access to Ticketmaster concert ticket searches
7)  Direct access to internet based streaming music from available radio

"RadioTAGr will be a potent player in the mobile computing marketplace of the future." DeVore concluded, "The mobile internet is at its infancy much like the web was in 1995 and we are optimized for both the web and the mobile internet."

RadioTAGr is a trademark of TAGrTech LLC. Amazon and amazonmp3 are trademarks of Apple, iTunes and iPod are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Apple. HD Digital Radio is a trademark of iBiquity.

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