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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
Spotify reportedly pushing for more free mobile listening, but billing problems spoil experience for some
If you enjoy a free Spotify account you’re used to listening to the service’s large music catalog from your computer, but not your mobile device. That’s because mobile listening is only available to paid customers, although you can get a … finish reading Spotify reportedly pushing for more free mobile listening, but billing problems spoil experience for some
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
Thanks to the many Radio Survivor readers who posted additional suggestions to my initial Songs About Radio Spotify playlist. They were all excellent recommendations, and I’ve added as many as I could to the list, which is now 79 songs long. … finish reading An even bigger Songs About Radio Spotify playlist
I’ve been writing a lot about Internet radio and mobile devices these days. But sometimes I think there are advantages to tuning in on my PC laptop instead. Advantage number one: avoiding monthly charges. Most radio social networking applications on … finish reading Is your PC laptop the best deal for Internet radio?
Over the last two years, Paul Riismandel, Jennifer Waits, Helen Yamamoto, and I have posted various mentions and lists of popular songs about radio (Paul, Jennifer, Jennifer, Helen, and me). Many of you wrote in with your own personal favorites. After … finish reading 31 songs about radio: a Spotify playlist
My colleague Paul Riismandel has been warming up to the Spotify music service, of late, and gave it a pretty decent review in a recent post. Paul also mentioned to me that Spotify has been advertising itself as a “goldmine” … finish reading Digging into the Spotify classical radio “gold mine”
I can barely believe that it’s been over a year since I wrote my first review of Spotify, which itself came a month after the service debuted in the US. At the time I was most critical of the relative … finish reading One year in, how I learned to like Spotify – a follow-up review.
Spotify has released its top 100 lists for 2011. They include staff favorites, too. Here are the first ten user picks from the Spotify United States top 100 roster, which leads with Foster the People‘s rather disturbing (but very listenable) … finish reading Foster the People’s “Pumped Up Kicks” wins #1 notch on Spotify US top 100 list
It only makes sense, really, that a medium often referred to as the aether should now be associated with the cloud. For those who haven’t been paying attention to the interwebs for the last couple of years, the cloud refers … finish reading 2011: The year radio entered the cloud