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FoundedNew York City, 2015
HeadquartersMidtown, Manhattan, New York City
Area served
Key people
Baruch Herzfeld

ZenoLive is a platform for broadcasters to produce and manage their radio content. ZenoLive allows users to broadcast live using a microphone and an internet connection or telephone signal. Listeners listen to the broadcasts by calling a "call-to-listen" number unique to the radio station they wish to listen to, and they listen through their phone.

ZenoLive is most popular among immigrant communities and cultural diasporas. It allows immigrants to listen to programming from their home country for free. ZenoLive is the largest radio broadcast distributor for diaspora communities.[1] Many broadcasters and listeners are from West Africa, Central Asia, and the Caribbean, but now live in or near New York City. Ghana, Nigeria, Haiti and the Dominican Republic are ZenoLive's biggest ethnic media broadcaster and listener groups.[2][3] ZenoLive’s Voice From Home™ service is currently the largest radio-by-phone audio distribution channel for immigrant communities in the US.[4]


ZenoLive was launched by ZenoRadio, in the summer of 2015.[5]


  1. ^ "Africa: U.S. Legal Loop-Hole Creates a Business Model for Zenoradio's Phone-Up Radio Service". allAfrica.com. Retrieved 13 June 2016.
  2. ^ "ZenoRadio concurrence AudioNow à Port-au-Prince". Le Nouvelliste. Retrieved 2015-12-30.
  3. ^ "Cellphones As Radios: Immigrants Dial In To Native Stations". NPR. Retrieved 13 June 2016.
  4. ^ "ZenoLive and Digicel Launch Haitian Talk Radio Star Competition". L'Union Suite. Retrieved 2016-06-22.
  5. ^ "Will Listener Interaction Make the Difference for Internet Radio?". New York Observer. Retrieved 2015-12-30.

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