User-generated radio service Jelli has signed its biggest deal yet, with San Francisco radio station Live 105. The service lets listeners vote online for what songs they’d like to hear, including the ability to ‘bomb’ them off-air in mid-play. Live 105 is handing its airwaves over to Jelli every weekday from 8pm to midnight. Besides its Web 2.0 wizardry, Jelli’s selling point is presumably its cost effectiveness compared to those pesky human DJs. The news follows Jelli’s announcement last week of a new $2m funding round. Source: TechCrunch

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