Power Mix, Local Internet Radio Station, Soon To Join The FM Dial

Power Mix Radio (PMR), a 5-month-old internet radio station based in West Palm Beach, broadcasts around the world and plays the most popular dance party hits from today back through the 1980s and 1990s. PMR will soon be heard on the FM dial.

“Power Mix Radio is continuing to grow more and more every day, and we are very excited where these next few months will take us,” said Jonathan Phoenix, owner and chief executive officer of the station.

He said that using its state-of-the-art equipment, PMR wants to expand into the local community by going on the FM airwaves. “We are hopeful to have this process completed within 90 days,” Phoenix said.

PMR also features many independent artists from around the globe in its playlists. “We have set a platform for all independent artists, who now have a place to call their home,” Phoenix said. “We are proud to be one of the first and biggest internet royalty-paying stations for artists who have their songs registered through affiliates such as ASCAP, BMI, SESAC and Sound Exchange, where royalties and performance fees are reported and paid through Stream Licensing LLC.”

He noted that PMR can be heard online through its web site (www.thenewpowermixradio.com), and that its apps can be downloaded through the App Store or Google Play, Tunein, Windows Media Player, QuickTime, Winamp, iTunes and Real Player.

Independent artists are put into rotation with Top 40 songs, as on low-powered FM stations. PMR can take its artists international by being heard in 113 countries. “In just five short months, we are now being heard in the United States, Spain, France, Germany, Brazil, the United Kingdom, India, Russia, Italy, Japan and Indonesia, just to name a few top countries,” Phoenix said.

PMR’s growing listener base has totaled close to 3.5 million around the world.

Phoenix added that Power Mix Radio has excellent DJ hosts and fun talk shows. “We have interviewed contestants from American Idol and The Voice, such as Jessica Meuse, Emily Brooke, James Wolpert and Mark Andrew. In addition to their live, on-air interviews, we also feature their songs on rotation with the top artists of today,” Phoenix said.

Since its launch in January on the internet, PMR’s 4.6-star rating has surpassed those of other services, such as Pandora and Spotify, and is tied with iHeart Radio, he said.

To learn more, call (561) 331-8125 or visit www.thenewpowermixradio.com.