IMGR: A new radio production service for 2014

Introducing IMGR, a brand new radio production service delivering daily quality content to radio stations worldwide, via an innovative online interface.

Combining aspirational Imaging and contemporary sounding jingles into one service, IMGR creates a distinct improvement on existing platforms and raises the bar in quality and user experience.

Based in Seattle, WA, IMGR is a partnership between Wise Buddah Jingles & Music Imaging and Steve Pigott, well known for creating and revolutionizing Imaging services worldwide. The service was announced at RadioDays Europe in Dublin yesterday.

“Taking a couple of years out and enduring an unbiased, objective assessment of radio imaging has enabled me to focus on the next generation of production services. IMGR is fresh, unique, powerful and has the edge on anything else out there”, said Steve Piggot.

IMGR boasts an exiting line-up of both fresh and experienced production talent with contributions from some of the most recognized and respected names in the business, including George Taylor – who has played an integral role in developing the sound of CHR radio in recent years.

Hear what George Taylor had to say about IMGR to RadioToday. The service is already on the air at 2Day FM in Sydney, Australia.

“IMGR gives our CHR clients absolutely everything they need for their on-air branding in one place. Frequently updated and always of the very highest standard. It’s where stations can quickly and efficiently upgrade everything about their on-air sound” – Mark Goodier

IMGR is an online application delivering customized ready to use content.
IMGR content is updated daily with fresh, creative topical content.
IMGR users have access to a full library of assets, work-parts and stems for every piece to further customize and integrate into their own productions.

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