Monday, June 22, 2020

The QGoLive Radio RV Is On the Road

QGoLive’s James Copeland is touring the country in an RV, visiting markets large and small – with social distancing, of course.

James began the QGoLive RV Road Trip in Wichita, KS, calling on stations in markets of all sizes for demos of the QGoLive software, which enables studio-quality audio from anywhere on any smartphone or computer. QGoLive is taking time to meet radio people where they operate, visiting larger metros and the places in between.

QGoLive is already serving more than 100 stations around the country in markets like New York City, Philadelphia, Miami, Dallas, and has just added several new affiliates: Cenla Broadcasting, of Alexandria, LA; Jam Media; and WATH-AM & WXTQ-FM, Columbus OH, DMA.

“Our QGoLive team are experts in remote broadcasting software.  James is on the road to get the word out and to help all operators, large and small, equip their entire team and contributors with remote capabilities,” said Jessica Sherman, Vice President of Affiliate Marketing for AdLarge Media, which affiliates QGoLive. “The pandemic has taught us all that radio needs easy solutions for broadcasting from home that sounds great. QGoLive delivers just that, but we can be so much more as broadcasters open up to our new reality”

Where’s James now? Currently in New Mexico, James’s next destination will be Texas.

Stations in New Mexico or Texas can, email James Copeland at, and he’ll swing by their radio station. Stations can also contact Jessica Sherman,

QGoLive was developed by Harris Media. The easy-to-use app allows on-air talent to broadcast from home, the field, or anywhere with studio-quality audio using an iPhone, iPad, Android, PC, or Mac. There’s no set-up time and no special equipment.

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