Audiogalaxy returns as scan-and-match cloud radio service
Here's a blast from the past: former P2P service Audiogalaxy, which was shut down in 2002 under pressure from rightsholders. Now it's back, but with a very different offering:
March 7, 2012
Personal radio service Senzari launches in Spain
Senzari is the latest startup looking to take a bite out of Pandora's lunch, with personal radio. It launched in the US last year but has now gone live in Spain through a local partnership with MTV.
March 1, 2012
Wahwah.fm relaunches its social radio app in Germany
We wrote about Wahwah.fm in its first form last year: a social radio app that let people create their own stations from tracks uploaded to SoundCloud, then broadcast them from their iPhones.
February 23, 2012
MixOnMyRadio turns iPhone music collections into radio
JBonta Innovations' new app MixOnMyRadio is a clever idea. It's an iPhone app costing £0.69 which offers a new spin on the idea of personalised radio.
January 5, 2012
The Echo Nest confirms its Spotify Radio role
We had our suspicions, but The Echo Nest has confirmed them: yes, it is the recommendation engine behind Spotify's revamped Spotify Radio feature.
December 19, 2011
Deezer inks strategic partnership with Jazz FM. Nice.
Streaming music services aren't just competitors for traditional radio stations: they can also be partners.
December 14, 2011
Spotify takes aim at Pandora with revamped Radio feature
All those interviews Pandora execs have given recently about on-demand streaming services like Spotify not being a threat? Ho hum.
December 12, 2011
Why 32 may be the new 22 for Radio 1
The Guardian has an interesting piece about the pressure on BBC Radio 1 in the UK to attract a younger audience, suggesting that it may be attracting too many thirtysomethings.
November 9, 2011
LA radio station KCRW launches Music Mine iPad discovery app
You can't move for new music discovery apps on iPad at the moment, with Los Angeles radio station KCRW the latest to throw its hat in the ring.
September 15, 2011
Michael Robertson launches DAR.fm 1.0
We've written about DAR.fm before, when it launched in alpha a few months ago. The latest startup from Michael Robertson, it let people record more than 1,500 radio shows from 500 stations, time-shifting their listening....
August 17, 2011
AARP launches internet radio service for over-50s in the US
US nonprofit organisation AARP campaigns to help people older than 50 'improve the quality of their lives'. Now that includes listening to digital music. It has launched a new internet radio service on its website, with 18...
July 5, 2011