Livio Brands Internet Radio with NPR

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Livio Brands Internet Radio with NPR

Oct 19, 2009 3:37 PM

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Washington, DC - Oct 19, 2009 - Livio, a manufacturer of Internet radio receivers, will release the NPR Radio. The unit provides access to all Internet radio stations, but adds an exclusive menu for NPR stations and programs.

It can store favorite NPR stations with a My NPR button on the front. It connects to the Internet via a wired or wireless connection.

The NPR Radio sells for $199.99 and is currently available in the United States at shop.npr.org or www.LivioRadio.com. Proceeds from the sale of the radio support NPR programming and NPR stations.

The company also manufactures the Pandora Radio, which has a dedicated menu for Pandora Internet radio stations.

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