- Radio goes visual - RadioFlow

Thanks to digital broadcasting technologies, radio can now be enjoyed on devices with screens, such as via smart TVs and DAB+ receivers - while listening to radio, users can receive additional picture and text information. And this is what the RadioFlow apps from Inforadio and rbb 88.8 deliver.

Berlin's latest and continually updated headlines, the weather and the latest traffic reports are to be found on every page of RadioFlow - the automated app delivers the latest information from a range of rbb news services. Users can optionally mute the radio and enjoy the app as a source of visual information.

RadioFlow can be used via cable, satellite, DVBT-2 and DAB+. It's also available on the homepages of Inforadio and rbb 88.8 as well as via Fire TV and Apple TV.


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