NASHVILLE — Are your radio stations looking for a “premium” fun and easy-to-use photo booth experience?
Consider the HALO app and hardware associated with the newly launched Simple Booth, now available to radio through YEA Networks.
A platform for one-touch social sharing of live events through digital photo booth experiences, Simple Booth is getting its first official plug for radio stations at the Country Radio Seminar (CRS) this week in Nashville. Its inaugural affiliates number 150 stations across the U.S., owned by companies including Alpha Media, iHeartMedia, Cumulus, and Townsquare Media, which is using the tool in Tyler-Longview, Tex.
Cash, lease and barter options are available to radio stations wishing to partner with YEA, the syndicator of the Kidd Kraddick in the Morning program based at iHeartMedia’s KHKS-FM 106.1 “Kiss FM” in Dallas.
“Simple Booth options enable guests to easily share their photos, animated GIFs and videos to Facebook, Instagram or Twitter directly from their mobile device,” the company says. “With Simple Booth, stations can deploy photo booths in multiple locations and manage their settings remotely. Importantly for stations and their customers, Simple Booth delivers data capture to increase leads and build databases and analytics to measure event engagement.”
YEA Networks is led by President/CEO George Laughlin, a veteran radio industry executive who has held Dallas-based roles for Radio One and Townsquare Media. He was also and President of GAP Broadcasting. He says, “The future of Radio lies in experiential marketing and Simple Booth is the answer for radio stations of all formats and market sizes.”
Attending CRS 2018? Check out Simple Booth in action through Wednesday (2/7) at the Westwood One booth near CRS Registration on the Second Floor of the Omni Nashville Hotel in Nashville.