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Show HN: DeepRadio lets you search and clip radio snippets (radiocut.fm)
13 points by bgamido on Jan 2, 2017 | hide | past | web | favorite | 2 comments

RadioCut is a platform where you can listen to past and present radio shows and you can cut and share radio segments you enjoy with your friends. We think this is the new way to listen to radio: on-demand and social.

Imagine a Spotify for radio. Imagine giving listeners the power to select their favorite moments and making them viral hits online.

That is RadioCut

We launch the site on October 2013 in Argentina. Since then, we have a 12% monthly growth. Today we are the third site where people listen to radio online. We have more than a million sessions per month.

But the most important thing is that these users make 12 thousands cuts per month and this quantity also is growing. They are not passive listeners. They listen to, rewind, forward, cut and share bit-sized audios with their friends.

Hi HN! I am head of business at Deepgram (YC W16) and I'd like share a new project that we've been working on with RadioCut: a startup that allows users to clip radio snippets.

Our project is called DeepRadio (http://deepradio.radiocut.fm/) which allows users allows users to search for keywords and phrases in a number of past radio broadcasts.

For example, a user can search radio broadcasts for mentions of 'FBI' and the app would take the user to clips where the words were spoken.

I would love to get your feedback on how to make this more useful. Thanks!

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