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Category Archives: Internet radio
Pirate radio round-up: turntable.fm feeds NM station; FCC picks low-hanging fruit in Miami and Oregon
Maybe it’s because spring is in the air in North America, but pirate radio is bubbling up a bit in the popular consciousness, as well as the FCC’s. Seems like a good time for a pirate radio news round up. … finish reading Pirate radio round-up: turntable.fm feeds NM station; FCC picks low-hanging fruit in Miami and Oregon
On Thursday Slacker Radio announced that it added 6 million listeners since the service relaunched with a new design in February. That’s when Slacker upped the ante with unlimited free listening to its streaming, curated stations on PCs and mobile … finish reading Slacker Radio adds 6 million users since February relaunch
Several times a month, mysterious and unique sounds appear on the Chicago airwaves. Listeners might hear the rumble and pop of very low frequency signals generated by environmental electromagnetic fluctuations, or collaged field recordings from distant city streets. Some may … finish reading Radius creates an on-air exhibition space for transmission art in Chicago
The University of Oregon’s What is Radio conference (#whatisradio) wrapped up on Saturday, with many interesting panels on the last day. One of the best was named “Web Radio: Say Goodbye to the Dial.” But a fascinating talk by Dr. … finish reading WQXR and its website, an uneven partnership?
Here’s a simple tip for making it easier for you to tune into your favorite radio station as an online stream. That “m3u” file that you sometimes wind up downloading when you click the “listen” button on the station’s web … finish reading Simplify your desktop radio listening with m3u files
Two recent market surveys of Internet music services and AM/FM radio confirm my suspicion that nobody knows where the latter medium is going/staying in relation to the former. If you are an Internet streaming music booster, you will be buoyed … finish reading Reports: Pandora rules, AM/FM survives, where is it all going?
Earbits has been around for about two years, running a nice site full of curated music channels where independent artists can strut their stuff. Nothing earth shattering about this; we’ve been reviewing indie oriented streaming sites for years. But then … finish reading At Earbits radio you promote the music, earn “Groovies,” and listen on demand
The folks in marketing and research are getting tired of the “Is Pandora radio” debate, it seems. But I still think the question matters. First, here is what they are saying, followed by why I disagree with their premises. In … finish reading Is Pandora radio? Why the question still matters
It’s often treated as a fact that young adults don’t listen to radio and prefer pirate music, but a recent USA TouchPoints survey (via Radio and Internet Newsletter) says that a full 40% of Americans aged 18–24 listen to streaming … finish reading Study says streaming audio reaches more Americans than video
I am slowly but surely adding college and community radio Facebook pages around the world to our Radio Survivor Facebook “like” list. Ditto for Twitter accounts—they’re getting added to our “stations we follow” list. In the course of this pleasant … finish reading Do your tweets talk to your website? A college/community radio social networking checklist