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Here Comes the Sun flashmob cheers Spanish unemployment office | organizado por el programa de radio CARNE CRUDA 2.0

Flashmob en Madrid (España) organizado por el programa de radio CARNE CRUDA 2.0 Martes y jueves, 16:00, http://www.carnecruda20.es

Lunes, miércoles y viernes, 21:45, en Hora25 (Cadena SER)
www.facebook.com/carnecruda2.0 y @carnecrudaradio
Música: "Here comes the sun" (The Beatles, AUTOR: George Harrison, DISCO: ABBEY ROAD)

 

A flashmob of musicians has cheered up the long queue in a busy Spanish unemployment office by playing the Beatles' Here Comes the Sun.

During the stunt organised by Carne Cruda 2.0, a programme on the leading Cadena SER network, a small orchestra emerged instrument by instrument from the waiting room in a Madrid unemployment office. All work in the office came to a standstill and many people sang along in English.

Spain is enduring an unprecedented economic crisis caused by a property crash and public debt crisis. Unemployment, already at 26%, is expected to grow. Spain lost around 800,000 jobs last year and more than half of under-25s are unemployed. The Spanish government has resorted to severe budget cuts to reduce its deficit but austerity measures have also depressed the economy.

Oxfam says that previous crises in Latin America and Asia point to serious long-term damage if government austerity measures remain in place. "Poverty and social exclusion may increase drastically," it says. "By 2022, some 18 million Spaniards, or 38% of the population, could be in poverty."

 

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Comportements et mesure de l'écoute en ligne à l'heure des 3 écrans [étude] Mediametrie au Radio 2.0 2017

Comportement et mesure de l ecoute en ligne a l'heure des 3 ecrans mediametrie radio 2.0 2017
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Why Does Every Car Infotainment System Look So Crappy?

Why Does Every Car Infotainment System Look So Crappy? | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

User interface design is hard, but we’ve been getting better at it over the years to the point where even a thermostat is easy to use. Automakers, however, seem to have their heads in the sand, taking their design inspiration for their infotainment consoles from old Winamp skins instead of any type of modern interface.

I’ve been car shopping recently, which means I’ve sat in a variety of models new and old with a salesperson attempting to justify why their shitty infotainment system—the little dashboard that usually controls at least the radio and phone options—is better than the competition. Pair that up with a number of rentals over the years and I’ve seen about every car infotainment system around. With a couple very rare exceptions, they’re universally horrible and feel like they’re designed by someone who hasn’t used a computer since 2000.

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New Sonos Document Suggests Speaker With Microphones for Voice Control Is on Its Way [Prepa #VoiceUI]

New Sonos Document Suggests Speaker With Microphones for Voice Control Is on Its Way [Prepa #VoiceUI] | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Sonos introduced changes to its privacy policy that suggest that a speaker with integrated microphones for voice control is on its way.
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This is the Year of Voice UI | Cooper [Prepa #VoiceUI]

This is the Year of Voice UI | Cooper [Prepa #VoiceUI] | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Talking to machines is primitive and frustrating, but it's gonna be huge

At Cooper, we care a lot about how to make technology work for humans. For much of our history, that has meant figuring out how to help people design great products for mice and keyboards, and then touch devices, and then for servicesthat involve many screens (or no screens at all!) and people over time.

And now there is this new interest in talking to computers. A lot of hype! In reality, conversational UIs are a primitive and frustrating experience. But they will end up being a much bigger deal than most people think.

Conversational UIs are a new medium for a big chunk of the UX profession (there are plenty of veterans, but it’s new to a lot of folks). Cooper’s goal this year is to explore and help refine the best practices for the industry, the way we have for 25 years. We’ve teamed up with the venerable SF-based design/dev shop Carbon Five to design and develop conversational applications for consumers and enterprises, starting with Alexa skills for Amazon Echo. You’ll see more in the Cooper Journal about that collaboration in the coming weeks and months.

But I also want to take a few minutes to describe why we think talking/chatting computers is a big deal, why we think voice UIs and conversational applications aren’t a flash in the pan, a passing fad.

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The Evolution of VR Storytelling by Mashable [video] Prepa #AudioGaming & #VRSound

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Patrick Beja - Artisan du Podcast [video]

Patrick Beja est un créateur et animateur de podcasts. Nous avons réalisé un portrait sur cet artisan du podcast.
Réalisation : Florian Belmonte
Production : Break The Rules (Korben) et NoRoom
Musique : Redan
Mixage audio : Antoine Grelet
Graphismes : Jérôme Keinborg

 

Lien original : http://frenchspin.fr/2017/08/reportage-patrick-beja-artisan-du-podcast/

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Les Croissants, votre matinale radio intelligente (app en mode Alpha annoncée pour l'automne) #Asuivre

Les Croissants, votre matinale radio intelligente (app en mode Alpha annoncée pour l'automne) #Asuivre | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
La matinale des Croissants est constituée d’un journal, avec ses titres et ses nouvelles, d’informations utiles, comme la météo ou l’agenda dans votre ville, et de chroniques (pastilles et reportages).

Magie de la personnalisation : le contenu s’adapte à vos envies ! Lors du premier démarrage, vous nous indiquerez ce qui vous intéresse et ce qui vous déplaît. Si obtenir la météo ne vous intéresse pas, ou que les résultats du match de la veille ne vous passionnent pas, vous avez la possibilité d’Ignorer des rubriques ou des sujets et nous nous en prendrons note.

De la même manière, si le sujet évoqué par une pastille vous intéresse, vous avez la possibilité de le Suivre, et nous vous en parlerons plus régulièrement, dans le journal comme dans les chroniques.
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[INFOGRAPHIC] World Voice Landscape by Smartly_ai [Prepa #VoiceUI]

[INFOGRAPHIC] World Voice Landscape by Smartly_ai [Prepa #VoiceUI] | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

We have broadly divided our landscape into 4 categories:

- Major Voice Platforms: Companies that enable customers to interact with devices in a more intuitive way using voice.
- Bot Building Tools: Companies that provide you with the tools you need to create you own voice applications
- Analytic Tools: Companies that provide you with analytic tools to optimise your voice application
- Agencies: Companies that create a voice application on your behalf

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Voici 21 idées de podcasts à écouter cet été

Voici 21 idées de podcasts à écouter cet été | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Chez Slate, nous adorons les podcasts, nous en produisons –vous pouvez tous les écouter en boucle–, nous y réfléchissons, nous en écoutons beaucoup aussi, parfois même plus vite qu'il ne faudrait. Si vous ne comprenez pas encore comment ça marche, sachez que vous pouvez en écouter dans cet article. Si ça vous plaît, vous pourrez retrouver ces émissions, ces séries sur votre smartphone, sur l'application podcast d'Apple pour les utilisateurs d'iPhone, d'iPad ou d'iPod, sur Google Play Music pour les utilisateurs d'Android, ou sur Stitcher (il y a beaucoup de possibilités en fait). Nous vous avons aussi demandé quels podcasts vous aimiez pour enrichir notre liste, et vous nous avez donné plein d'idées!
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Deezer Integrates Google Home Into Its Music Streaming Tool | Androidheadlines.com [Prepa #VoiceUI]

Deezer Integrates Google Home Into Its Music Streaming Tool | Androidheadlines.com [Prepa #VoiceUI] | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Music streaming provider Deezer has just added a Google Home support to its Android app in a bid to help users play and listen to music by using voice command

Via Jean-Luc Biaulet, Christophe Peckeu
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Coldplay gig to be streamed live for Samsung Gear VR headsets [Prepa #VRSound @MaMAEvent 18 Oct]

Coldplay gig to be streamed live for Samsung Gear VR headsets [Prepa #VRSound @MaMAEvent 18 Oct] | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
The latest marketing partnership around virtual reality focuses on Coldplay, whose 17 August gig in Chicago will be streamed live to Gear VR headsets.

Via Christian Menez
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This Startup’s Tech Could Rewire Podcasts–And Make Alexa Way Smarter [Prepa #VoiceUI]

This Startup’s Tech Could Rewire Podcasts–And Make Alexa Way Smarter [Prepa #VoiceUI] | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
The service’s integration into voice control platforms like Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant seems like Audioburst’s most ripe and promising prospect. Imagine, for instance, if instead of Alexa’s robotic voice updating you on the weather—or pulling in a one-size-fits-all NPR news radio stream, Amazon’s Echo devices could weave in personalized, relevant audio snippets from actual broadcasts. Audioburst’s existing integrations with Alexa and Google Assistant aren’t quite that tight, but the potential here is huge, especially in the escalating voice platform war.
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Streaming musical : SoundCloud évite la faillite mais change de patron

Streaming musical : SoundCloud évite la faillite mais change de patron | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Perclus de dettes et ayant épuisé ses liquidités, SoundCloud, l’une des plates-formes de partage de musique les plus populaires de la planète, dont la particularité consiste à être alimentée par sa communauté de fans, risquait de sombrer dans le cimetière des start-up indépendantes n’ayant jamais réussi à trouver leur rentabilité. Vendredi 11 août, au cours d’une réunion de crise, ses actionnaires (les fondateurs, Union Square Ventures, Doughty Hanson et Atlantic Technology) ont évité la faillite en avalisant un plan de la dernière chance. Ils ont accepté de perdre 40 % de la valeur de leurs actions.


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Ils ont surtout donné leur feu vert à la prise de contrôle, à plus de 50 %, par deux investisseurs, l’américain The Raine Group (déjà actionnaire de Vice Media ou du festival de musique Lollapalooza) et la compagnie singapourienne Temasek, (présente dans notamment Airbnb ou Dell Technologies). Ces derniers vont injecter 169,5 millions de dollars (143 millions d’euros) dans l’entreprise.
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Samsung’s 2017 TVs can now identify music with Shazam

Samsung’s 2017 TVs can now identify music with Shazam | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
If you hear something you like, now you can find out what song it is a little faster.
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Spotify may soon dominate music the way Google does search — this is why

Spotify may soon dominate music the way Google does search — this is why | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
While competition online starts the same way as that in offline markets, my research shows it often settles very differently online.

Both have seen lots of competitors emerge in a new area underpinned by new technologies. But online, consolidation ends in a high-stakes winner-takes-most “title fight” between the two strongest players.

Read more: Why there’s no Pepsi in cyberspace

In search this was AltaVista vs Google, in social media it was MySpace vs Facebook and in business networking Spoke vs LinkedIn. The result is that the victor at this critical juncture goes on to dominate their corner of the market and becomes almost unassailable in that space.
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New-York City : The Podcast Capital [report] Get an earful at #MyPodNYC

New-York City : The Podcast Capital [report] Get an earful at #MyPodNYC | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Report establishes New York City as the epicenter of the podcasting industry with explosive growth in podcasts and 33 percent job growth

The number of podcasts made by NYC-based networks is up nearly 75 percent from two years ago, driving 1.3 billion downloads last year

August 14, 2017 — New York City's Media and Entertainment Commissioner Julie Menin today announced the release of the first-ever comprehensive study of New York City's podcasting industry. Titled "New York City, The Podcasting Capital," the report firmly establishes New York as the epicenter of the burgeoning industry, with more podcasts making New York City their home than any other city. It details recent dramatic gains in the number of podcasts, jobs, listenership, advertising sales, and leased office space. A deep talent pool, and the density of advertising companies, technology firms, and digital media organizations have all helped solidify New York's primacy in the nascent industry.

Based on interviews with dozens of industry players and a months-long survey of relevant market data, the report's findings include:

New York City podcasters provide much of the content for global listeners of audio news and entertainment on demand. The top four NYC-based networks produce almost 200 podcasts – up nearly 75 percent from 2015.
Programs produced by the five top New York City-based networks – WNYC Studios, Gimlet, Slate, Panoply, and Midroll Media – resulted in over 1.3 billion downloads in 2016 – up from an annual average of 199 million downloads between 2013 and 2015.
Employment at the city's top podcast networks has increased 33 percent, from about 450 people in 2015 to about 600 people in early 2017 – a number that could double by the end of the year. Podcast job growth far outpaces employment increases in the advertising, television, and radio industries.
This exponential growth in NYC-produced podcasts has lured over 200 active advertisers, who have found podcast listeners uniquely attentive.
Podcast advertising grew 48 percent between 2015 and 2016. 2016 podcast ad revenue was about $167 million, according to research firm Bridge Ratings. The total podcast ad spend could near $250 million in 2017 and $395 million by 2020, it is estimated.
NYC podcast networks have expanded their office space from about 100,000 square feet in 2014-2015 to almost 140,000 square feet today. If podcast studios built at media companies such as BuzzFeed, The New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal are included, the square footage doubles that amount.

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When and Where People Are Listening to Podcasts Most in the United States – Adweek

When and Where People Are Listening to Podcasts Most in the United States – Adweek | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Peak listening times are 8 a.m. and 11 p.m.

Nearly a quarter of Americans listen to podcasts once a month, and Acast has found new insights into their listening habits.
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You might think Virginians would listen to news and politics podcasts the most, but that honor goes to New Jerseyans. And while Texans are all business, Pennsylvanians are all about their pop culture.

Acast, a podcast streaming platform and distributor, has discovered some new insights about podcast listeners like the genres people listen to most frequently in the states that do the most listening.

In June, Acast measured more than 14 million listens in the U.S., including both streams and downloads, which creates a more accurate number for its marketing partners.

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What’s The Future Of Voice Recognition? [Prepa #VoiceUI]

What’s The Future Of Voice Recognition? [Prepa #VoiceUI] | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
The future of voice recognition is… everywhere.
Voice recognition – if you were born before the year 2000 chances are you have at least one horro
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Facebook, Google, Snap…ces nouveaux hubs de contenus qui prennent le pouvoir des médias

Facebook, Google, Snap…ces nouveaux hubs de contenus qui prennent le pouvoir des médias | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Facebook, Snapchat, Google, Twitter… les nouvelles plateformes de contenus sont en passe de détrôner les médias traditionnels aux Etats-Unis. Une relation de dépendance qui se vérifie également en France. «D'un simple de rôle de distribution initialement, ces nouvelles plateformes décident désormais aujourd'hui les contenus sur lesquels leurs audiences doivent être attentifves, et qui est payé pour cette attention», explique le rapport «La presse sur le modèle des plateformes : comment la Silicon Valley a réorganisé le journalisme»* écrit par des enseignants de la Columbia Journalism School.

Pour les sites éditeurs américains, mais aussi Européens, se pose en effet un dilemme : doivent-ils maintenir à grand frais leur infrastructure de publisher avec des audiences toujours plus éclatées par la concurrence des plateformes, tout en gardant un contrôle sur leurs revenus? Ou doivent-ils, au contraire, céder leur contrôle sur les données et sur les formats publicitaires aux nouveaux acteurs, en échange de voir leurs audiences croître grâce aux palteformes telle Facebook? Ce rapport de 94 pages tentent d'apporter un état des lieux de ces liaisons dangereuses entre médias et nouvelles plateformes.
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The EBU Readies for .radio Primary Launch

Radio World - The definitive source for information on radio technology, radio industry news, management techniques, applications-oriented engineering and production for radio Managers and engineers.
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How to Make Your House a Smart Home | NewYorkTimes

How to Make Your House a Smart Home | NewYorkTimes | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Setting up a so-called smart home can be mind-boggling. Here's a guide to help you sort through the jumble and become acclimated to your first voice-controlled smart home.
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Using Music to Manage Data Set Analysis by Regina Page [http://panelpicker.sxsw.com/vote/78171]

Managing large data sets can cause mental fatigue and affect analytical acuity. An intersection of music and work product can reduce fatigue and improve produc…
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The Coral Project’s Community Guides for Journalism

The Coral Project’s Community Guides for Journalism | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Community Guides for Journalism
Instructions and ideas for better engagement, written by experts
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Google Assistant App Ratings Now Displayed - Voicebot [Prepa #VoiceUI]

Google Assistant App Ratings Now Displayed - Voicebot [Prepa #VoiceUI] | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
We reviewed Google Home’s new Assistant app discovery features yesterday. Today, we are looking at the new rating system for Google Assistant apps. Amazon rolled out its Alexa skill store and ratings in December 2015. At the time, there we just over 100 skills and now there are more than 18,000. Time from launch to a skill store with user ratings: 13 months.

Google now has over 500 Assistant apps (i.e. the Google equivalent of an Alexa skill) and has rolled out its app store and user ratings just 10 months after general availability of Google Home and about six months after Google Assistant became widely available on smartphones running Android OS. Discovery is one challenge, offering users a signal of skill quality is another. The ratings systems are designed to provide one data point based on user reviews.
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Audioburst launches a web and mobile search engine for audio news [Prepa #VoiceUI]

Audioburst launches a web and mobile search engine for audio news [Prepa #VoiceUI] | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Audio is beginning to play an increasingly important role in how consumers connect with information, thanks to the popularity of podcasts and other short-form audio programming, improvements in voice technologies, and the growing consumer adoption of smart home devices like the Amazon Echo and Google Home. Today, a company called Audioburst is unveiling a new search engine designed to connect you to the information found in audio content from podcasts and programs aired on the radio.
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Here’s What You Need to Know About Voice AI, the Next Frontier of Brand Marketing – Adweek [Prepa #VoiceUI]

Here’s What You Need to Know About Voice AI, the Next Frontier of Brand Marketing – Adweek [Prepa #VoiceUI] | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
National Public Radio may not seem like an obvious media brand when it comes to being an early AI adopter, but the 47-year-old news organization has moved quickly in the space. Its news, music and storytelling app, NPR One, is evidently infused with machine learning, offering listeners curated options based on their shown preferences. And the organization extended the reach of NPR One’s content by inking a deal with Amazon Alexa in February. Since then, the phrase, “Alexa, play NPR News Now,” has been regularly heard in 400,000 homes that use the service. Additionally, NPR One has functionalities that its corporate sponsors have appreciated for some time; in particular, letting brands get extended audio mobile messaging when consumers want to hear more.


“They can press a button on the phone to hear more about what [carmaker] Kia is doing around innovation,” says Meg Goldthwaite, NPR’s marketing chief. Is voice-enabled digital advertising—where the listener asks for more Kia content and perhaps even fills out a test-drive form—right around the bend for NPR? “It’s absolutely possible,” she says.
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