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FMmoon is a non commercial-free largest online radio station in Dhaka, Bangladesh and Global. While listening FMmoon radio you will feel better about their presentation and implementation style of programs and presentation. The broadcasting team always give importance of their listener’s choice and preferences. Along with popular songs they are airing various kinds of programs. For more details to info@fmmoon.com

FMmoon Is a internet Broadcasting Radio station. This is only for entertainment and Education Broadcasting. Example: Song, Drama, Talk, show, Educational Program, About Country, Kids entertainment and Natural disaster ext.

Meet Our RJ Team

We love FMmoon! We are continue fmmoon with live event. Stay with us, stay fmmoon internet Broadcasting Radio this is only for entertainment and Educational Broadcasting.

Shatabdi Barua

Radio Jokey (RJ) Coming soon With Real Life Story Event.

Madelyn Torff

Marketing Head

Irfanul Hoque

Radio Jokey (RJ) Coming soon With Paranormal Activity Story (Bhoot FM) Event.

Arfat Ul Huq

Radio Jokey (RJ) Coming soon With Special Event.

What is online radio?

Online radio means listening to radio via the internet.

The radio signal is not transmitted via AM or FM, but streamed via the internet. This means that your device needs to be connected to the internet to receive the radio station. The internet connection can be Wi-Fi or mobile data.

These services are accessible via the internet on lots of devices, including smart TVs, tablets, computers, laptops and smart phones.

Streaming means the content that you are listening to is brought to you directly from the internet. If your internet is not fast enough then the radio station will start and stop playing. This is called buffering.

Features and benefits

The advantage of listing to online radio is that you have many more channels to listen to. For example, you receive all the Digital DAB radio stations as well as RNIB Connect Radio. You can also listen to radio stations from other countries. You can also listen to online radio on your smartphone while out and about and even have the option to pause and then continue from where you left off. Listening to online radio is usually free, but you do need to put up with the usual radio adverts.

Anything else?

There are lots of different apps to choose from, but the most popular ones are: 1. TuneIn Radio 2. RadioPlayer 3. BBC iPlayer Radio RTÉ Radio Player (to receive the Irish radio stations in Northern Ireland) Other regional apps may also be available for local radio stations. In addition, any radio station will usually have their own app, so open the app store on your device and search for the radio station name. Before considering any of these streaming services, you need to make sure your internet connection is fast enough and that your package allows you a suitable download limit. Check with your service provider to find out if you have a suitable package.

Why online radio?

According to Radio Ad Effectiveness Lab People better retain what they hear on Internet radio stations and see in an ad at the same time. The visual combined with auditory prompts stick in the person’s brain. Even though a picture might be worth 1,000 words, the study found that, in some cases, words can be more powerful than print ads and drive the emotions of consumers, which results in a better response percentage for excellent radio ads. The positive emotional impact of radio ads was equal to that of television ads or perhaps a bit greater. This is important because an ad campaign’s effectiveness can be impacted by how emotionally engaged the audience is. In 2012, Internet radio listenership has reached 42% of US Broadband households (up 8% compare to 2011). Internet Radio has a highly desirable audience: 42% have households with children, 64% own their own home and 22% have a household income of $100K annually. Ad recall improves by leaps and bounds when both radio and digital advertising are used together. Think banner ad and streamed radio show or a contest through the radio show where the user must visit a website for clues or to enter. Online ad response rates increase by as much as three times in those who also listen to online radio. The study found that the most engaged Internet users also listen to Internet radio. These people are also twice as likely to respond to an internet ad as those who don’t listen to online radio.

What’s so special about internet radio?

There are a number of notable benefits to listening to the radio via the internet. Firstly, it’s not limited by what signals are broadcast locally, so you can listen in real time to thousands of radio shows from all over the world. There’s no need to struggle with manually tuning to a station or have your programme interrupted by dodgy reception or signal problems. It’s also possible to catch up on programmes that have already been broadcast, and many major internet radio stations allow you to listen to shows from the past week. In some cases, such as with the BBC, you can listen to any radio programme that has aired in the past month. To find out which are the best radios we’ve tested with internet-radio connectivity, read our guide to the top internet radios. Signal strength is not an issue because the high-speed power of the internet enables fast and reliable signals to be transmitted, so it’s possible to stream flawless high-quality recordings – as long as you have a decent wi-fi connection of course. You can use our free broadband speed test checker to make sure your internet speed is working as well as it should be. Most internet radios, for example the Pure Evoke F3, Roberts iStream 2 and Roberts Stream 93i, not only allow listeners to access internet radio stations, but they all link with the music streaming subscription service Spotify. They also allow you to stream music from your PC through the radio’s speakers, giving you a multitude of different options in terms of
what you can listen to.