Launch Offers New Band Promo Competition

Emerging artists are getting a new promo channel with the debut of Who’s Next? — a showcase and competition from Yahoo!’s Launch. Four acts will be offered for fan consideration. Continue reading

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Microsoft’s Radio Plus Clones Favorite Local Stations

In a move that must have radio programmer’s angry if not worried, Microsoft’s subscription net broadcasting service RadioOne began cloning many over the air broadcasters like NYC’s Z100 and LA’s. Continue reading

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XM Launches Onlime Music Service

XM has unveiled XM Radio Online, an Internet music service to debut in early October. As part of the launch, eligible Dell customers who purchase Dell Inspiron notebook or Dimension. Continue reading

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Portable Internet Radio Service For MP3 Players Launchee In Europe

FMQB reports that that web-based Audio Feast Inc. has rolled out the first portable internet radio service, delivering some 400 channels of news, sports and entertainment radio programming in a. Continue reading

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Forbes Magazine Profiles XM And The Death Of Radio

This month’s Forbes magazine skewers radio for boring centralized programming and too many ads. This it goes on to praise XM Sattelite Radio as the future of radio. When will. Continue reading

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Live Online Radio Pioneer 97X

From The Radio Internet Newsletter and The Cincinnati Post: “The 23-year-old Oxford, Ohio-based alternative music station 97X always billed itself as ‘The Future of Rock.’ With its new Web cast,. Continue reading

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BLUEBEAT: 320 Channels Of Free Digital Radio

From The Hollwood Reporter: “Media Rights Technologies has unveiled a new product intended to raise Internet radio to higher levels of quality and security. The content software company’s subsidiary Bluebeat.com. Continue reading

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