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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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.
The creators of streaming music service Rdio have finally launched their take on digital video through a new service called Vdio.
Rdio has made its service available in seven new countries — Mexico, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, and Austria — and has opened free music streaming to users in Brazil.
Streaming music service Rdio has finally launched free music streaming in countries outside of the United States, a sign it is serious about fishing for new users around the world.
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Streaming music service Rdio launched a brand new version of its iOS app today that features a drastically revamped user interface with a much prettier design.
Streaming music service Rdio has partnered with independent music aggregators TuneCore and CD Baby, bringing its catalog to more than 18 million tracks, the company announced today.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iaDzJJVb9Ys&w=560&h=315] Malthe Sigurdsson is Rdio’s product chief, and at South By Southwest Interactive, he took some time to talk with VentureBeat about the company’s newly relaunched app, which comes with new features and an overhauled interface.
Streaming music service Rdio is getting a revamp. Rolling out today, the updated web interface and desktop-application design plays up social music sharing and recommendations, and cuts down on clicks with a new unified view.
Streaming music service Rhapsody has now hit the 1 million paid subscriber milestone, the company announced today.
Over 200 labels falling under distributor STHoldings have pulled their music loot from streaming music services believing the new business model is hurting, not helping, the industry.
Since the launch of Facebook’s social music tools, Facebook users have listened to songs on the social network 1.5 billion times.
Music streaming startup Spotify has launched an application for Windows Phone 7, a move that will help it maintain momentum across the web and mobile platforms.
Research in Motion has finally launched its BBM Music app out of beta, giving its BlackBerry users a social way to listen to music on their devices, the company announced Wednesday.
On-demand streaming music service MOG has seen startlingly high user growth through Facebook since its integration with the popular social site in mid-September, the company announced today.
Streaming music service Spotify has finally launched an application to bring its service to BlackBerry owners who love having access to copious amounts of music.
Who needs Spotify? Rdio intends to one-up its competitors today with the introduction of a free on-demand streaming music service that has no ads.
Social network Myspace clarified its future strategy of focusing on music at an advertising event Monday.
On-demand music service Rhapsody has acquired rival music service Napster from Best Buy, it announced today.
Microsoft announced on Thursday that its Zune Music Pass will offer a more competitive $9.99 plan for all-you-can-stream music starting Oct 3. The company also said it will being offering Zune services in Canada the same day.
Streaming music service MOG on Tuesday announced it has partnered with Samsung to offer its 12-million-song streaming catalog to owners of the latest models of Samsung Smart TVs and Blu-ray players.
After several months of keeping its new service invite-only, Spotify took advantage of its spotlight at the Facebook f8 event this week to open its doors to anyone who wants to use the on-demand music service. And they’ll get to do so free for six months.
Not to be forgotten in the wake of popular subscription music services like Spotify and Rdio, the revamped (and legal) Kazaa has now launched its own iPhone app.
Just ahead of the launch of Facebook’s much anticipated music service, Internet radio service Pandora has unveiled a slick new HTML5 website and removed the cap on how much music free users can stream each month.
Editor's Pick There’s a digital music revolution afoot. For the price of a single iTunes album, you can stream a month’s worth of songs from millions of choices while at home or on the go. But there’s so much movement and so much competition that it’s hard to keep track of all the companies worthy of your hard-earned cash.
Not to be left out of the streaming music hubbub this week, music subscription service Rhapsody announced today that it has added Facebook and Twitter integration to its web service as well as an improved radio recommendation engine.