Local Christian Radio Station J103 Launches Nationwide Positive Music Streaming Platform

Monday, August 31, 2020

Partners for Christian Media/J103 is launching JRadio, their brand-new digital music streaming platform on Tuesday. Having seen the impact positive music can have in an individual’s life for the past 25 years, Partners for Christian Media has developed JRadio to be a digital music platform with only positive and encouraging songs and content.

Partners for Christian Media officials said, "Music has long been one of the most important expressions of humanity, and the impact of music in our lives and as a culture is self-evident. Having witnessed the impact positive music can have in a listener’s life for over two decades, Partners for Christian Media is excited to expand the ways they offer people a life-changing experience with music in their new digital space.

"What you listen to really does make a difference, as lyrics and jingles you hear as a child can stick with you the rest of your life. With the amount of negativity bombarding us from all sides, a consistent source of positivity can make a difference in our daily lives. With JRadio, you’ll have access to positive music anywhere, between listening at JRadio.com or by downloading the Android or iOS apps."

Partners for Christian Media and J103 started developing this platform years ago with local developers L2D, and it will launch the desktop and mobile platform on Tuesday. The new digital music platform streams playlists from different genres of positive and Christian music with artists like For King & Country, Coldplay, Lecrae and more. With JRadio, there is no need to worry about objectionable content or explicit lyrics.

Bob Lubell, president and founder of Partners for Christian Media/J103, said, “I am thrilled with the new digital platform of JRadio! Twenty-five years ago, the youth of America listened to an FM radio with their headphones on an average of 4.5 hours a day. This generation has gone digital. In order to reach them, so must we!”

Start using JRadio for free or sign up for a 30-day free trial of JRadio Premium at JRadio.com and download the Android or iOS app in your app store.

 



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