A recent article on Inside Radio found that while college students are early adopters, they still like radio coming through their speakers with traditional FM frequencies. In a report by Monmouth University, nearly 60% of college students listen to AM and FM radio. Does that number shock you?

Not us. While streaming is growing in popularity, there are still many drawbacks to the new technology. It lags in buffer time, drains data and battery and isn’t readily available on every portable device without some sort of wireless or WiFi connection. That’s where we come in.

If college students want accessible, portable, free radio they should look no further than NextRadio app. Don’t you think everyone deserves access to free, no-strings attached radio? If you agree, check out the campaign that’s promoting free, accessible radio for everyone on www.freeradioonmyphone.org. Join the masses and share the campaign on your social channels to help us spread the word!

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