Online Casino Radio Auctions Spots

Published November 2, 2005 by OCR Editor

Online Casino Radio Auctions Spots

High Roller Radio is a broadcasting service transmitted via the internet. This internet radio stream casts shows that discuss various aspects of the industry, such as online gambling and sports betting.

Recently, the company has auctioned advertising spots on eBay, a site that needs no introduction. The highest bidders will be able to run promotional spots during the live stream casts shows broadcasted online. This is not the first time the eBay is used for the purpose of promoting the online casino industry. As you recall, Golden Palace has received a lot of exposure over the past year, thanks to the purchases it made on the site.

Following the online casino lead, High Roller Radio hopes this would increase their fan base and helping them in appealing to a wider audience of players. One can also interoperate their new venture as very similar to a company that goes public on the stock exchange. Aside for recruiting new listeners, the company stands to make a hefty sum of money for itself by selling promotional spots on their show. Alex Garcia, president of HRR says, We are all big fans of eBay and the opportunity that the auction format brings to the table. We believe that we should not limit the availability of our commercial spots on the web. This is a great way to feature our services.

High Roller Radio, launched earlier this year, advocates the online gambling and responsible gambling. The stream cast shows available on the site follow all the latest developments in the market, featuring online poker, sports gambling, expert's commentaries and special guest hosts.

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