Liquid Compass Financial Performance Steady in 2011

After a Decade of Trending Revenue Growth and Diversification of Services,
Liquid Compass Now Poised to Lead the Digital Evolution of Local Radio

DENVER – January 31, 2012 – After a decade of change in the terrestrial radio industry,
Liquid Compass enters 2012 with a steady growth record in both revenues and in
building a diversified portfolio of new network streaming products and services.
“Weʼre very pleased with our companyʼs performance over the last ten years, not only in
organic revenue growth but in delivering our customers a product suite designed to keep
local radio alive and thriving in todayʼs changing media landscape,” said Zackary Lewis,
Liquid Compass founder and CEO.

Liquid Compass experienced significant growth last year from encoder licensing
revenues, podcasting, and especially with its integrated partnership with AdsWizz,
which allows Liquid Compass to offer radio broadcasters with a revolutionary advertising
insertion software platform. This service has been successful in integrating the
previously fractured and disconnected system that radio stations were forced to work
with into a seamless, streaming delivery network.

“Weʼve built a product foundation on top of our streaming services that we believe
delivers a renaissance opportunity for our customers to position their stations, and radio
itself, as a regionalized, digital marketing tool,” said Stephen Guillot, Liquid Compass
COO. “Over the last year alone, revenues per customer have increased by nearly 25
percent as a result of both satisfaction with Liquid Compassʼs product and the addition
of valuable new services that we continue to develop, like on-demand, up 83 percent
from the previous year, and new products like Android and iPhone apps that are already
bringing in strong revenues after being introduced just last year. More and more, our
customers are learning to monetize their offerings with our à la carte services, some of
which have realized 50- to 100-percent year-over-year sales increases for the

Liquid Compass is addressing the needs of small- to mid-size broadcasters who require
a streaming solution but are constrained by budget, and for larger broadcasters, the
company is compiling increasingly sophisticated packages that provide more robust, technical networks. With the launch of the LC Pro 2.0 streaming platform and popular
new features including lyrics, tour dates and purchasing options, listeners are staying
tuned in longer.

“With the LC Pro 2.0 desktop media player platform, and the innovative products we
plan to launch later this year, weʼre teaching broadcasters how to deliver their content
and targeted advertising better, cheaper and faster to consumers,” said Guillot. “Weʼre
changing the way radio stations interact with their listeners, and at the same time
showing them how they can monetize their businesses by delivering quality, content and
accessibility across multiple devices including PCs, smart phones and tablets.”

About Liquid Compass
Liquid Compass is a premier streaming delivery network headquartered in Denver. In addition to a wide array of stream hosting services for desktop and mobile applications, Liquid Compass is also the leading developer of customizable media players and radio streaming applications. Currently, Liquid Compass provides streaming media services to more than 1,000 radio stations in markets throughout the U.S., including: Cromwell Radio, Bonneville, Hubbard Radio, Crawford Broadcasting, Sandusky Broadcasting, Saga Communications, Salem Communications and more. More information about Liquid Compass is available at