We’ve written about Jelli a few times before: the online service is all about crowdsourcing radio, letting listeners vote songs up the playlist, and even ‘bomb’ them off-air in mid-play. It’s signed deals to run individual shows on several US radio stations, but now has gone a step further by actually taking over the programming of two Las Vegas radio stations: KHIJ-FM and KVBE-FM. One plays pop and the other plays rock, and will now sport Jelli branding, while inviting listeners to place their votes via the Jelli website, as well as Twitter and Facebook. Source: Billboard

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