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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
Halloween approaches, and the more creative among radio folk are preparing for the occasion. Turntable.fm has once again broken out the Halloween avatars. Here are some samples: “They’ll only be here for a limited amount of time,” tt.fm warns, “so … finish reading Spooky symphonies! NPR, Turntable.fm, and Pandora gear up for Halloween
I spent some time in Hong Kong and Japan in July, and when I came back, a minor revolution had taken place at my favorite turntable.fm room: Classical of Any Kind (or COAK as the regulars call it). I guess you … finish reading Roll over Boothoven! inside turntable.fm’s bot revolution
The Turntable.fm Android application is finally available (oddly unannounced this weekend on tt.fm’s official blog). I tried it on Saturday, and it works very well on my Droid X. Nice, economical interface. The chat feature is very clear and easy … finish reading Turntable.fm for Android is out, but is tt.fm really a desktop app?
Regular Radio Survivor readers are doubtlessly aware of Turntable.fm, my colleague Matthew’s favorite online music site. Turntable lets users join a room, pick an avatar and play DJ for all the other listeners in the virtual club. Matthew likes the … finish reading The rocky ride and kiwi-flavored future of Turntable.fm
Turntable.fm has a new blog post updating users on features that the service has added over the last few months. I’m a regular tt.fm user, and while I’ve noticed some, I’ve missed a few myself. Ignore Last night I was … finish reading Four turntable.fm features you may have missed
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