Unfortunately not. Our networks are mainly concentrated on local UK and music genres.
Having said that, a few of our stations have been broadcast internationally before - Virgin Radio (now Absolute Radio), was carried on Worldspace. This was way before I joined the company, but from what I gather, it was pretty popular.
We also have a number podcasts that are more talk oriented - book club, movie guide, celebrity gossip.
I’d be happy to propose usage with our teams - if you think any of the music led content would be beneficial?
Another thing I was thinking about was the possibility of Dreamcatcher including an EPG for the radio side of things. Perhaps allow auto recording of the audio stream and then give the option to playback previously broadcast content - in the same way news stories are downloaded and cached.
It’d offer a good use of the bandwidth because essentially you’d be able to playback a mass of shows directly from DC, but still offer the option to listen live. The bitrate of the stream is so low that you’d be able to store a good few days of content on a decent size SD card.
That way you could create a hybrid live radio service - perhaps switching between different stations or podcasts throughout the day - whilst offering cached playback of previous shows - all without adding any additional bits. You could even offer audio news bulletins that could be recorded automatically every few hours and ready for playback.