With millions of Alexa enabled Amazon Echo devices already sold (over 100 million in 2019), getting in on the action early and making your Radio Station available to all of these users would certainly get you more listeners for your station. NOW is a great time to get your own Radio Skill and get ahead of the crowd.
Many Radio Stations are already taking advantage of broadcasting to these homes by getting Alexa to play their stations with a simple ‘Alexa, play My Radio Station’.
In fact, without even advertising our test skills, we’ve seen hundreds of people tuning into our demo radio skills… This shows that people are actively looking for new Alexa Skills and new radio stations to stream throughout their homes and Amazon Alexa enabled devices.
Now is the time to get a piece of this action and get YOUR station at the top of peoples favorite Skill lists.
A ‘Skill’ is like an app, and allows people to command Alexa to play your live radio stream with a simple sentence such as ‘Alexa, play My Radio Station’. The development team at Shoutcasting are able to work with you and get YOUR Radio Stations ‘Alexa Skill’ created and published to the Amazon Alexa Skill Store so that millions of users can stream your radio station on their Amazon Alexa-enabled device.
All we need from you are some details of your Radio Station (Station name), some images for the Amazon Alexa Store and a choice of how to get Alexa to stream your station and you’ll have your Radio Station available to millions of homes and devices.
So, how does it work?
.Place Your order
Submit your details (Radio Station name, how you want to Alexa to play your station and some logos).
We create and publish your Alexa Skill to the Amazon Skill Store.
Advertize your Skill to your listeners and tell them how to get the Skill (or they can find it in the Amazon Skill Store).
Start streaming your station to millions of devices with a simple ‘Alexa, play My Radio Station’!
Features include :
Your customized ‘invocation name’, you choose how to make Alexa play your station.
Standard commands such as ‘Alexa, play/stop/pause/resume’, ‘Alexa, volume up/down’.
Ask Alexa what song is playing on your station (if available).
Listener statistics (by month).
Listener maps. See where you listeners are tuning in from.
Update Main/Backup streams in real time.