International Music Binds Cultures Together in the Browser

Music represents a big part of any community.  It bridges the gaps of age, physical distance and experience.  Music brings together people of shared heritage, or those whom share a passion for a specific culture.   The apps and branded community toolbars built on the Conduit Platform have been deployed in more than 80 languages and 120 countries; we’ve decided to showcase a couple great international radio apps available through the Conduit network.  So turn on your speakers, and travel thousands of miles instantly via your browser, reaching exotic cultures and traditional tunes from faraway lands.

JamaicanMusic.com keeps people worldwide connected with reggae and dancehall Jamaican music.  Through their branded community toolbar, community members receive invitation to Jamaican events, watch videos, listen to music and share their passion for the Jamaican culture.

Click below to watch an interview with Alex Morrissey, CEO of JamaicanMusic.com, or click here to install their branded community toolbar.

BanglaMusic.com offers its members an always-on connection and access to music and news from Bangladesh.  The apps available on the BanglaMusic.com branded toolbar include a radio player, a database of Bangladesh music, and full access to the site’s navigation and resources, including information about artists, song lyrics and concerts, blog articles, news, downloads and links to the community’s Facebook fan page.

Click here to learn more about the Banglamusic.com apps and branded toolbar.

Finally, members of the Australia Radio Toolbar Social Network can show their support and help promote the Australia Radio Community Toolbar by adding the social network’s badge to their various social network profiles.  From the branded toolbar, community members access hundreds of Australian radio stations, stay connected with the community and bring Australian news and culture with them – wherever they might be on the web, and regardless of how far from Australia they physically might be.

Click here to learn more about the Australia Radio Toolbar and their community.