TuneIn streaming to power Shark Experience
TuneIn, Inc., the leading global live audio streaming service, and Shark Experience, an innovative golf entertainment platform created as a venture between World Golf Hall of Famer Greg Norman, technology pioneer David Chessler, Verizon and Club Car, today announced a new exclusive audio partnership that gives golfers seamless access to TuneIn's unparalleled content offering straight from their state-of-the-art cart while out on the golf course.
"Shark Experience aims to complement and enhance the entertainment value at every hole on every course," said Norman. "As live play-by-play sports and multi-genre music stations are two of the most requested experiences by golfers while on the course, we are thrilled to partner with audio streaming leader TuneIn to offer the premium content golfers want."
TuneIn offers all the genres audio lovers crave -- radio, live play-by-play sports, news, and music -- all in one place. TuneIn, with over 120,000 owned & operated and partner radio stations and more than 5.7 million on-demand programs stemming from every continent, is also the only streaming audio service that offers live play-by-play games from the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL and over 140 college sports teams.
TuneIn strives to give listeners around the world the streaming audio content they want when and where they want it," said Tony Archibong, Vice President of Distribution and Business Development at TuneIn. "We couldn't be happier to partner with this joint venture of legendary and innovative brands to provide golfers with the audio content they want -- whether they are on or off the course."
Leveraging Verizon's leading 4G LTE network technology, Shark Experience includes built-in, premium speakers with Bluetooth connectivity and a high-definition touchscreen display – all exclusive to Club Car golf cars. Golfers will enjoy streaming music, live sports and highlights, and news in addition to Greg Norman golf tips, dynamic yardage information and more. Shark Experience launched in January 2018 and continues to roll out on courses across the US.