Streaming music service Rdio is launching a new version of its app with free smart radio service to listeners in the U.S., Canada, and Australia today.
Not to be pushed out of the spotlight by iTunes Radio’s debut, Slacker Radio rolls out its own updated iOS app.
The mobile app integrates audio content from a range of sources, including music apps, radio stations, and news broadcasts, to make finding good stuff to listen to easier.
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.
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.
TuneIn, the terrestrial streaming radio service, has closed a new $25 million round of funding, the company announced today.
Stitcher Radio is rolling out a new feature on its iOS app today that makes it much easier to use the streaming service while driving in a vehicle — which is exactly where radio belongs.
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.
Streaming music service Grooveshark is throwing its hat into the radio service ring today with the debut of Broadcast, which is available to the public starting today.
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.
With some brand-new features from radio-station aggregator TuneIn, traditional radio stations don’t have to be “dumb” anymore.
The BBC says attackers are disrupting its Chinese audience from receiving “free access to news and information” by jamming its English radio programming in China.
Nielsen has agreed to purchase radio measurement firm Arbitron for a massive $1.26 billion.
Internet radio service 8tracks is launching a new, slicker version of its iOS app today, which offers a much cooler way to listen to music.
Although Halloween isn’t for another week, Pandora shareholders are experiencing quite a scare after rumors of last month’s Apple-branded Internet radio service resurfaced yesterday.
Social radio platform Jelli raises $9 million in its second round of funding
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The Stitcher apps already consume a small amount of data, at 0.2MB per minute, but now you can download thousands of radio shows to your iPod/iPhone/iPad to listen offline at your convenience.
Apple is attempting to start a Pandora-like Internet radio service, according to the Wall Street Journal, which says that Apple executives have been talking to music industry players to negotiate licensing.
The most successful crowdfunded project ever continues to gain steam and announce partnerships.
While competition in the streaming music service market has steadily increased over the past year, Pandora is still strongly in the lead, according to new metrics the company announced at the Consumer Electronics Show today.
Streaming music provider Pandora posted a 117 percent increase in revenue for a record $67 million after its first quarter as a publicly traded company, Pandora Media Inc. reported Thursday.
In a strange move, French media regulators have banned the words “Facebook” and “Twitter” from appearing on TV and radio unless a program specifically talks about the services in a news story, according to This Much I Know.
German startup Aupeo bills itself as “Pandora for the rest of the world”, providing curated Internet radio channels as well as a personal music channel based on recommendations. It just launched a range of free apps for the Nokia Ovi store. This makes the company the main streaming music provider on Nokia’s app store.
Stitcher, a startup that creates personalized talk radio channels on smartphones, raised $6 million in a round led by Benchmark Capital. Bob Kagle joins the company’s board from the firm. Earlier investors including New Atlantic Ventures, Ed Scott and prolific angel Ron Conway also joined.