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Deezer and Jazz FM announce partnership

Deezer and Jazz FM announce partnershipDeezer and Jazz FM announce partnership

The music streaming service Deezer has announced a strategic partnership with Jazz FM, which will see a ‘Jazz FM on Deezer’ radio channel added to the site.

In addition Jazz FM’s album of the week feature will be powered by Deezer and also available via Deezer.

Mark Foster, MD of Deezer UK, said: “We are delighted to be entering into this partnership with Jazz FM. They are a fantastic radio station who have an unparalleled knowledge of the Jazz and Blues genres and are perfectly placed to able to guide fans to discover even more great jazz artists through Deezer's extensive catalogue. We are sure this will revolutionise the Deezer experience for Jazz fans old and new.”

Yoel Kenan, managing director at Jazz FM, said: “Jazz FM has been curating jazz channels for years.

“We are experts in jazz in all its forms from swing, with the Broken Hearts DJs, to blues with David Freeman’s Blues and Boogie Show, big band and trad with Bob Sinfield and the smooth sound of Late Lounge with Claire Anderson to name but a few.

“We believe that we can produce the best experience in jazz listening and are delighted to be partnering with Deezer because their user experience is second to none, its a perfect match for Jazz FM.”

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