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Dentist Office Music Gets A New Sound With Smile Radio
Date:10/5/2009

BOULDER, Colo., Oct. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Dental offices now have a better alternative for their in-office music. Custom Channels, a company that creates custom on-line and on-premise radio stations for nationally known brands, has unveiled Smile Radio -- a music service specifically designed for dental practices.

Smile Radio includes multiple channels of professionally programmed, continuously updated music handpicked to enhance the sound and atmosphere of dental offices. Smile Radio channels are broadcast directly to dental practices via the Internet and received on a specially designed streaming receiver.

Custom Channels' co-president Dave Rahn said, "A number of my dentist friends really had a hard time finding a good music solution for their dental office. Many used FM or satellite radio, or their own iPods or CDs -- but found each had serious drawbacks. We created Smile Radio to address their concerns about lack of variety, tiring repetition, inappropriate songs, commercials and interruptions."

Dr. Anil Idiculla of Park Meadows Orthodontics in Denver said, "The power of music is highly underrated in today's offices. It affects your patients, your team members, and more importantly, your daily productivity. With the numerous choices of music options out there already, it can be very overwhelming to decide what the best option is to achieve this goal. Smile Radio is the total package... current music, extensive playlists, and customization. It can take your office to the next level."

Founded by 30-year broadcast radio veterans Dave Rahn and John Bradley, Custom Channels creates and manages custom music channels for local and national brands including Floyd's 99 Barbershops, Whole Foods Market, Bonnaroo Music Festival, Chipotle Mexican Grill, Cost Plus World Market, Clearwire, and numerous broadcast radio stations. Smile Radio is the company's entree into providing specialized music channels designed for the dental and medical professions. In addition to the standard Smile Radio package, Custom Channels can create branded, "private label" Smile Radio Channels for multi-location and dental franchise or marketing groups.

Smile Radio costs $39.95 per month and includes all required ASCAP, BMI and SESAC music performance licenses. Custom Channels is offering a 30-day risk free trial to customers who sign up through their website at http://www.smile-radio.com. Dentists can preview music on Smile Radio on the website as well.

Keywords: dentist, dental office, background music, satellite, Internet radio, streaming, webcast, music for business, broadcasting, Net Radio

About Custom Channels: Custom Channels creates custom on-line and on-premise audio entertainment channels for music-conscious brands. The company specializes in expert music and programming design, creative "between the records" production and branding, music licensing, cutting-edge media players, ad/messaging insertion, audience analytics and reporting, and world-class streaming services. Custom Channels.net, LLC is a division of the national music, radio and programming consultancy SBR Creative Media, Inc. in Boulder, Colorado.

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