Music streaming service relocates to St. Louis
Seeking to access the region’s abundant software development talent and to take advantage of the low cost of living, internet radio company StationDigital announced it has moved its corporate headquarters from Los Angeles to St. Louis.
“Moving our headquarters to St. Louis is an exciting chapter in the expansion and evolution of the company,” said Lou Rossi, Chairman of the Board and CEO of StationDigital, in a press release. “St. Louis provides companies like ours with a vibrant community, a low cost of living, and access to top-tier talent that will allow us to hire locally and build out a great team. We also wanted a centrally located building with signage rights in order to build our local branding image to further promote the company as a place to work and the best choice for music streaming.”
StationDigital’s users can stream music online and choose from a library of more than 20 million songs.