Turntable.fm is shutting down its virtual social DJ music service early next month.
Streaming music service Turntable.fm just announced a new platform — Turntable Live — that livestreams concerts to its listeners.
The team behind Piki.fm, the music recommendation radio service, announced today via e-mail that the service would be shutting down, a move that’s effective as of the end of September.
Editor’s Pick The team behind Turntable debuted a new smart radio service called Piki that offers yet another spin on music discovery.
Editor's Pick Ruh-roh! Did Facebook just sideswipe up-and-coming music startup Turntable.fm with the release of its “Listen With Friends” feature? Hardly, but follow the headlines and you’ll find yourself swept away by the drama of something akin to a premeditated murder plot.
Music startup Turntable.fm is looking for a fresh infusion of $5-10 million at a $40 million valuation, reports BetaBeat.