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Rdio Launches Free Music Streaming for iOS and Android

Rdio Launches Free Music Streaming for iOS and Android | Kill The Record Industry | Scoop.it
Rdio has launched a free music streaming service for iOS and Android devices in the U.S., Canada and Australia.
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And yet they keep thinking free music based on the outdated broadcaster to audience scheme

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EungKyun Kim's curator insight, April 13, 2014 10:35 PM

I love this idea that people can personalize their track list. By listening to the regular radio station, I can have chance to listen to new music that I did not know. However, sometimes, they play some songs that I do not want to listen and they do not play what I want to listen. By personalizing my own track list, I can listen the song that I want all the time. I think this is really good idea to provide personalized radio station to the public.

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Rdio CEO on their new Artist Program - Music Industry - The Music Network

Rdio CEO on their new Artist Program - Music Industry - The Music Network | Kill The Record Industry | Scoop.it

"This is a new way for any artist to make money from streaming music. Artists already use Rdio to share their music and the music they love with their fans right on the service and through Twitter and Facebook. Now with the Artist Program, they’ll be rewarded with $10 USD for any new subscriber they attract to Rdio - effectively rewarding them for fan enagement. Artists will also get access to a dashboard where they can customise their Rdio artist page and view real-time stats on referrals."

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Online Music Service Rdio in Deal With Cumulus

Online Music Service Rdio in Deal With Cumulus | Kill The Record Industry | Scoop.it
The agreement will give an online outlet to Cumulus Media, which operates 525 radio stations, and help Rdio, a subscription music service, compete against players like Spotify.
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Is terrestrial radio the final frontier for streaming services?

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