Apple introduced iTunes Radio back in June, but the world will finally be able to use it in just a few weeks.
Roaming the Outside Lands festival this weekend, I bumped into a startup that wants to make radio relevant and cool again. Ever heard of TuneIn?
Streaming music service Rdio has updated its customized radio stations to add more features and top billing, a clear push to attract listeners of Pandora to its apps.
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Swell’s mobile app delivers an audio stream of up-to-date, curated news and information, and learns from your preferences to make personalized recommendations.
Not too many years ago, Pandora and Evernote were tiny startups with uncertain futures. But these companies anticipated growth and made steps to prepare their infrastructure for rapid adoption.
Internet radio service Pandora has updated its iOS app with a few playback features that should improve the overall playback experience for listeners.
After years of false starts, 2013 has become the year of mobile advertising.
App Annie released its May apps index this morning– all apps minus games — and the giants are doing well: Microsoft, Google, Apple, and Facebook are well-represented on the top publisher lists. But there’s also some surprises, and some new entrants to the most-downloaded and highest-grossing app leader lists on iOS and Google Play.
A 85 percent rate cut for artists? Pandora says no way, Jose.
The remaining members of legendary rock band Pink Floyd have come out strongly against a proposed royalty rate cut from Pandora in a USA Today op-ed piece published today.
By itself, Google accounts for 56 percent of all global mobile ad revenues. Social giant Facebook takes a much smaller chunk with 13 percent. But together, they own the lion’s share of mobile ad dollars.
If Pandora was looking for a fight due to its purchase of a South Dakota terrestrial radio station, it’s certainly going to get one. (Or maybe several for that matter.)
Buying a terrestrial radio station may seem like a crazy move for popular online radio service Pandora, but the move actually makes a lot of sense.
Mixed reactions about Apple’s new radio service from across the industry.
Editor’s Pick It may seem silly for an audio-only radio service to worry about its presence on devices primarily used for video, but there are a few reasons why Pandora is interested.
If you’d like to work for Twitter, live in L.A., and don’t know a join from a conditional but have good connections in the U.S. music industry, you’re in luck.
Pandora took some heat after placing a 40-hour listening cap on its power users back in February, but the move seems to have created positive results.
Pandora’s new Facebook integration adds a helpful social layer to the streaming music service that may help assure investors that Pandora is moving forward, despite a grim business outlook ahead of tomorrow’s Q1 FY2014 earnings report.
The new station marks an important step in Pandora’s attempt to become just as vital to the music industry as the traditional radio stations were decades earlier.
Clear Channel-owned streaming radio service iHeartRadio has surpassed 30 million registered users less than two years after the service relaunched.
Over the last few months Slacker Radio has made some big moves to step outside the shadow of rival smart radio service Pandora — and it’s doing so with some help from Pandora itself, according to Slacker Radio CEO Jim Cady.
Last year, 44 million Americans bought at least one song or album from iTunes. This month, the digital music store that changed the way we buy music will celebrate its 10th birthday.
An Apple entry into the streaming music market is kind of a big deal. Now it looks to be one step closer to reality.
Streaming radio service Pandora has crossed the 200-million-registered-user mark, a major milestone for the company coming just a month after CEO Joe Kennedy resigned.
Apple is finalizing deals with two major record labels to launch its own streaming music service with lower royalty rates than competitors already in the space.
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Popular online radio service Pandora has launched a Windows Phone 8 app, with the added bonus of hearing no advertisements with songs through the end of the year.
We’re only a few weeks away from our next Mobile Summit, and it’s shaping up to be a memorable meeting. We’ve just added speakers from ESPN Mobile, Urban Airship, Pandora, Facebook, and more.
With dark, Apple-shaped clouds approaching, Pandora CEO Joe Kennedy is stepping down.
Apple has made the decision to delay its upcoming streaming radio service over royalty payment disagreements, according to reports by the New York Post and the New York Times.
It’s hard out there for a major streaming music service, Pandora says.
Pandora announced a new agreement today that will put its streaming music service into automobile maker Chrysler’s line of vehicles.
Very few companies have ever had such a crazy, tortuous, long pivot as Pandora.
Internet radio company Pandora stock took a beating today in after-hours trading due to dismal fiscal year 2013 Q3 earnings results.
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The most mobile-centric properties in the world are two you probably wouldn’t immediately expect: Pandora and Twitter.
Yesterday, Pandora CEO Joseph Kennedy asked congressional leaders to pass new legislation — the Internet Radio Fairness Act — that lowers music licensing fees for Internet radio services.
Apparently a new Windows Phone 8 app isn’t the only thing Pandora had up its sleeve for today.
Good news, streaming music fans. Pandora will finally make its way to Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform.