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Radio.fr présente la meilleure musique de Noël pour les fêtes

HAMBOURG, Allemagne, December 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Avec un choix de plus de 7 000 stations FM, de webradios et de podcasts, radio.fr est la plus grande plateforme radio de France. Durant la période de Noël, radio.fr offre à ses utilisateurs une sélection musicale parfaite pour les fêtes. Outre la webradio exclusive dédiée à Noël merrychristmas.radio.fr, on trouve dans cette sélection les plus célèbres tubes de Noël, les grands classiques de la période de l'Avent et les stations les plus originales du monde entier. Grâce aux applications iOS et Android, les utilisateurs peuvent, où qu'ils soient, se plonger dans l'ambiance de Noël.

        - Cross reference : L'illustration est disponible via epa european pressphoto agency (http://www.epa.eu) -

Pour la période de Noël également, radio.fr propose un accompagnement musical approprié et adapté à tous les goûts. Pour la cinquième année consécutive, la plus grande plateforme de radio d'Allemagne inclut une station très particulière, merrychristmas.radio.fr. En effet, ce programme combine les grands classiques de Frank Sinatra et de Bing Crosby avec des interprétations encore inédites et de nouvelles compositions de soul, jazz et indie pop. Chaque année, le photographe et DJ Chris Jans compose de nouvelles playlists pour Noël que l'on peut écouter exclusivement sur le site Internet radio.fr et par l'intermédiaire des applications gratuites pour iOS et Android.

radio.fr présente en outre les meilleures stations de Noël du monde entier dans une sélection spéciale à l'adresse http://www.radio.fr/noel. Le choix proposé va des programmes de fête classiques à des interprétations rares de chansons traditionnelles de Noël en passant par les plus célèbres tubes pop et rock.

Avec les très populaires applications pour iPhone, iPad et iPod touch ainsi que pour smartphones et tablettes sur la base d'Android, les utilisateurs auront accès en permanence et partout à leur musique préférée. radio.fr devient ainsi le compagnon indispensable de la période de Noël.

Vous pouvez vous rendre sur cette station exclusive dédiée à Noël par l'intermédiaire des applications pour iOS et Android ou via votre navigateur en cliquant sur le lien suivant :

http://merrychristmas.radio.fr

Vous trouverez une sélection des meilleures stations de Noël sur radio.fr ici :

http://www.radio.fr/noel

Pour plus d'informations au sujet des applications :

http://www.radio.fr/iphone et http://www.radio.fr/android

Vous trouverez des photos de presse imprimables ici:

http://corporate.radio.de/presse/downloads/fr

Au sujet de radio.fr

.radio.fr est la plus grande plateforme de radio en France, avec 2,2 millions de visites par mois et plus de 800 000 téléchargements d'applications iOS et Android. Le service organise l'Internet audio et offre un accès facile - par un navigateur, sur smartphone (iOS et Android), sur les tablettes ainsi que chez soi, grâce à la Squeezebox Logitech. radio.fr est gérée par radio.de GmbH, une société créée en 2007 par Madsack MediaLab (aujourd'hui : The MediaLab, une entreprise du groupe de médias Madsack et du groupe de médias WAZ). Un autre sociétaire de radio.de est la société DuMont Venture GmbH.

Contact pour la presse :
radio.fr / radio.de GmbH
Michael Bruns
Téléphone : +49(0)40-570065-152
E-mail : [email protected]

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