In 1999, Ari Shohat, founder of Digitally Imported began streaming curated electronic music online to give fans a way of accessing the music he loved. Fourteen years and 4 million fans later, Digitally Imported is easily the largest online radio network for electronic music fans worldwide. The company makes its 60 channels available through an extensive list of mobile apps, web players, and its all-new Beta website which was launched earlier this year (www.di.fm). New features that maximize the listening experience are the focus of all the company’s development efforts, which also include a new iOS 7 app to be revealed in the coming months.
“Digitally Imported exists to bring fans the best electronic music experience they can get,” says Ari. “We are reengineering the way fans experience electronic music as we continue to refine and officially launch the new website.” The new website features the ability for fans to comment on tracks, vote them up or down, and easily discover New Music styles through an interactive channel list. The company plans to add additional features tailored to electronic music fans over the next year on both its apps and the website.