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New developments for Internet radio announced in lead-up to NAB Show | RAIN: Radio And Internet Newsletter

New developments for Internet radio announced in lead-up to NAB Show | RAIN: Radio And Internet Newsletter | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

11th annual RAIN Summit this Sunday in Vegas

As you know, RAIN Summit West is this Sunday, once again a "co-located event" of what looks to be an eventful NAB Show. And as always, there are lots of big announcements made in the days before and at the convention. Here are a few RAIN readers should find interesting:

- BRS Media Inc., which administers the ".fm" and ".am" top-level domains (TLDs), has submitted "an extensive, comprehensive and detailed" application to administer a new ".radio" TLD

- Triton Digital has updated its Advertising Platform, featuring the ability to target for pre-roll and instream ads by listeners' specific mobile device or country (or many other pre-specified custom criteria).

- Liquid Compass and AdsWizz will unveil new features for Liquid Compass' LC Pro 2.0 streaming player (here), designed to increase both ad opportunities and interactivity. The new features include a "portable" "Now Playing" widget, custom couponing ("daily deals"), custom polls (surveys), on-the-fly advertiser "takeovers" of the player, and client controls to more quickly customize the look of the player.

- Abacast has announced its "Personalized Live Radio" service, combining broadcast radio's "live and local" content with music-personalization features found on Net-only radio services

 

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Spotify Connects With Echo Nest For Music Data

Spotify Connects With Echo Nest For Music Data | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The Echo Nest and Spotify have integrated APIs so that Spotify app developers can tap into The Echo Nest's music intelligence platform. The Echo Nest already powered Spotify radio, but none of its official apps.


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Radiomaratón de lectura - EducaRed

Radiomaratón de lectura - EducaRed | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
EducaRed es un portal educativo orientado a educación 2.0 y TIC para padres, alumnos y profesores con presencia en la mayoría de países de Iberoamérica.
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Navigating Digital Platform Report 2012 (US) incl. Online Radio | Arbitron & Edison

Headlines :

> The 30% year-over-year jump in the weekly online radio audience shows that radio is more relevant than ever, spanning broadcast, video, mobile, social media, and online
> Smartphone ownership has tripled in two years
> The majority of Americans own a portable digital media device
>Social media grows most year over year among age 45+

 

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Yasound : votre radio en mode réseau social

Yasound : votre radio en mode réseau social | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Jean Marc avec son équipe a mis sur pied une plateforme, dénommée Yasound permettent à tout un chacun de créer facilement sa radio personnelle, sociale, légale, diffusée 24h/24, 7j/7...
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Pandora: 400 Local Ad Campaigns In 2012 | NetNewsCheck.com

Pandora: 400 Local Ad Campaigns In 2012 | NetNewsCheck.com | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Online radio company Pandora today announced that it has confirmed more than 400 local advertising campaigns in the first quarter this year.

"Our cutting-edge advertising solutions are rapidly becoming a top choice among local marketers eager to combine the power of targeting with digital, mobile, audio and video advertising solutions to get their campaigns seen and heard by exactly the right group of people,” John Trimble, Pandora’s chief revenue officer said in a statement.

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Apple, Autos and Streaming | Audio4Cast

Apple, Autos and Streaming | Audio4Cast | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
It is looking more and more like Apple is getting ready to compete in the in-car infotainment marketplace. According to an article in Jalopnik and Forbes, Apple is looking to hire automotive engineers in China, of the variety that would enable integration of Apple devices directly into car dashboards.
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Report: Listening to Internet Radio Shot Up 50% Last Year | Audio4cast

Report: Listening to Internet Radio Shot Up 50% Last Year | Audio4cast | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Listening to Internet radio was up 50% last year, according to AccuStream Research’s updated report. Nearly 80% of that listening is to Shoutcast and Pandora. More than 40% of all listening last year was to mobile.
Streaming audio ad and subscription revenues were up 64% to $465 million, with the ad spend surpassing subscription revenues for the first time, according to the report.
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Why The Future of Shazam Is TV, Not Music

Why The Future of Shazam Is TV, Not Music | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Shazam is one of the most popular smartphone apps of all time. Most people know it as that clever app that "listens" to a song and identifies the name of it. Today Shazam released the fifth major version of its iPhone app.
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Rififi et peau de chagrin à RFI | Télérama.fr

Rififi et peau de chagrin à RFI | Télérama.fr | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Rien ne va plus à la radio. Après la fusion avec France 24, les antennes monde et Afrique s'unissent. Avec une grille “allégée” qui rallume la guerre des syndicats, mine le moral des troupes.

 

La nouvelle équipe en place souhaite porter une grille renouvelée dans le courant du mois de juin. A ce moment-là, l'antenne Afrique et l'antenne Monde de RFI ne feront plus qu'une — africaine, puisque l'idée est de concentrer les efforts sur le continent noir, pourvoyeur de la grande majorité des auditeurs. Concrètement, cela veut dire que les fidèles de RFI, basés à Moscou ou à Rio, et habitués aux informations internationales de la radio, risquent désormais de ne plus y entendre que des programmes centrés sur l'actualité africaine.

 

D'autres choix drastiques entraînent d'autres changements. Le journaliste Jean-Baptiste Placca, qui assurait un éditorial de politique africaine, en est dépossédé. Alain Genestar, l'ancien patron de Paris Match, est censé cesser la chronique politique hebdomadaire qu'il signait depuis des années. Une émission dédiée au cinéma disparaît avec sa présentatrice, Catherine Ruelle, qui a choisi de quitter l'entreprise. Une hebdomadaire littéraire va devenir collection d'été. « On a l'impression qu'Alain de Pouzilhac, qui déteste RFI, s'efforce de faire le plus de dégâts possibles avant l'échéance électorale, avance Daniel Desesquelle. Pour que les changements soient irréversibles, et qu'on ne puisse pas reconstruire ensuite ». Une grille de programmes définitive est attendue pour septembre ou octobre, celle qui se met en place n'étant rien d'autre, selon Anne-Marie Capomaccio, qu'une grille d'été.

Et dire que l'emménagement de la station dans ses nouveaux locaux, qui doit permettre de rapprocher sa rédaction de celle de France 24, n'est pas encore achevé...  Selon nos informations, le 26 mars dernier, par une température extérieure inférieure à 20 degrés, il faisait 28°C dans les bureaux situés à l'ombre — et un minimum de 32°C dans les parties au soleil protégées par des stores. Les travaux sur la climatisation, qui devaient précéder les poses de dalles, de moquettes et de peinture, n'ont semble-t-il pas encore été effectués... 


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The Future for Radio in cars : A promising interactive future | Radiodays

RadioDays Europe Barcelona 2012

The future for radio in cars

“Interactive Radio”

Promising future for radio

A joint project of Volkswagen, Hit-Radio Antenne andNorddeutscher Rundfunk

 

Business Unit Manager Petra Marsteller at Hit-Radio Antenne, Germany presents fresh insights from research on user expectations to the future media environment in cars.

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Swedish Radio 's embedded player | Radiodays

Mats Akerlund presented the Swedish Radio's embedded player at Radiodays Europe in Barcelona, March 2012.

Here is the presentation.

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A l'écoute de Radio Tennis Play - Le Figaro (Blog)

A l'écoute de Radio Tennis Play - Le Figaro (Blog) | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

A l'écoute de Radio Tennis PlayLe Figaro (Blog)Prenez quelques journalistes tennis-addicts comme Christophe Thoreau et Julien Pichené, ajoutez une consultante ex-joueuse Emilie Loit, saupoudrez de quelques intervenants de poids comme Cédric Pioline...


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Radio Seeks to Exploit Mobile Better | Radio World

Radio Seeks to Exploit Mobile Better | Radio World | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The Radio Advertising Bureau has put together a Tuesday morning panel at the 2012 NAB Show titled “Is Mobile Marketing the Future of Advertising in Radio?”...

John Potter, vice president of training at the Radio Advertising Bureau, cited overall mobile ad revenues for 2011 at more than $1 billion. “And it’s projected for huge increases over the next five years. Mobile is off to the races.”...

In addition to providing the user the ability to tune in any station’s audio streams, a smartphone brings user interactivity and pictures — stills, videos or graphics — to the screen. This visual element can present added value to an advertiser...

“At the end of the day, the ability of a radio station to get their icon on the desktop of a person’s smartphone is the best branding you can have. It’s akin to having a pushbutton on a car radio.”

As to some features that a station can add through an app, Jacobs listed links to podcasts, videos, news, schedules, social media, the last-five-songs, places for listeners to post pictures from station events and more...

Listening to Internet radio with mobile devices is a parade that’s well underway. The trick for radio is to get out in front of it.

 

 

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Is Radio Losing the “War for Attention”? | Mark Ramsey Media Blog

Is Radio Losing the “War for Attention”? | Mark Ramsey Media Blog | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The key for radio isn’t to imagine a world that needs more radio, it’s to imagine a world that needs more compelling content and more ways to play with that content across each consumer’s social graph...

Radio’s challenge is not to adapt its legacy technology for new devices, since this requires consumers to demand those devices because of that technology (look how well that worked for those HD table radios). Its challenge is to create content that demands attention and nurture that attention across platforms and devices where consumers already spend their time.

So begin by asking these questions:

1. How can we divide our content into chunks – mini-brands, where each chunk is its own attention magnet (if this sounds like it favors morning shows, public radio, talk radio, and sports, that’s no accident)?

2. How can we make each chunk as compelling and attractive to an audience as possible?

3. How can we inspire fans to share their passion for that content across all available platforms – the ones where consumers already live and the ones consumers already want to use?

4. How can we extend each chunk – each mini-brand – in an organic way that maximizes both consumer involvement and revenue, no matter what that extension looks like and whether or not it is “radio”?

5. What is the monetization strategy which links all these pieces together?

Stop playing defense, radio.

Start playing offense.

 

Read full article here : http://www.markramseymedia.com/2012/04/is-radio-losing-the-war-for-attention/

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« Faire remonter les histoires qui vont avec les morceaux » | Ecrans

« Faire remonter les histoires qui vont avec les morceaux » | Ecrans | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Yves Riesel est le fondateur de Qobuz, une plateforme de vente de musique en ligne et de streaming riche en contenu éditorial sur la musique. Il travaille au développement futur de son service, intimement lié aux métadonnées.

'l’envie de redécouvrir en permanence sa musique est très forte. Les technologies que nous avons aujourd’hui à notre disposition permettent d’apporter à la musique un environnement d’une richesse inouïe, un vrai supplément'

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La musique en ligne accro à la métadonnée | Ecrans

La musique en ligne accro à la métadonnée | Ecrans | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Encore embryonnaire, une traçabilité efficace des morceaux pourrait enrichir les œuvres et améliorer la rémunération des artistes....

« Les métadonnées, c’est comme dire bonjour à un client qui entre dans un restaurant : on ne sait pas toujours ce que ça va rapporter, mais c’est important », résume Jean-François Bert, connaisseur de la filière musicale et PDG de Transparency.

Le business est naissant, mais il révèle un besoin de tout un écosystème numérique qui s’est monté de façon désordonnée depuis le début des années 2000. Chacun a peu à peu mis au point son langage maison, et maintenant est venu le temps de l’harmonisation. Ou, tout du moins, d’une tentative d’harmonisation.

Des musiciens aux plateformes de diffusion, tout le monde a pourtant à gagner dans l’harmonisation des métadonnées.

C’est ce que tentent de faire depuis 2006 les plus gros acteurs de la profession avec le DDex : le Digital Data Exchange.

Le GRD - Global Repertoire Database (rassemblant aussi bien la Sacem que Google), travaille lui sur la création d'une base de données unique, commune.

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Pandora And Mobile Ads, A Touch Too Much: Part II - Seeking Alpha

Pandora And Mobile Ads, A Touch Too Much: Part II - Seeking Alpha | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

If you are invested in Pandora (P) or Sirius XM (SIRI), you are probably painfully aware of the ongoing debate: Does Sirius XM compete with Pandora? And if so, is either company a better investment than the other? I have come to the conclusion that yes they are indeed competitors. However, it is unlikely that the success of one would spell doom for the other. They both afford a better potential to produce returns far greater than the debt-laden, terrestrial behemoth Clear Channel (CCMO.PK). Clear Channel is the king of radio, but it is slowly and steadily losing favor over its dominion.

 

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RadioDNS and RadioVIS – Getting Started | Talk Unafraid | The Blog of James Harrison

RadioDNS and RadioVIS – Getting Started | Talk Unafraid | The Blog of James Harrison | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

If you’ve got a smartphone, or a modern DAB/FM radio, chances are it can connect to the internet on 3G or wifi. This lets your smartphone also check your emails, and your modern radio listen to internet radio streams. But what it doesn’t let you do is find out more about the station you’re listening to. At least, until now. (Read that in a dramatic voice and let the tension sink in a little. Done? Then let us proceed!)


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Music Upstart Songza Co-Founders On Battling Pandora, Spotify | TechCrunch

Music Upstart Songza Co-Founders On Battling Pandora, Spotify | TechCrunch | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Ever since I met the Songza guys at New York Tech Meetup, I've wanted to learn more about the app. It's the first music service that I've been excited to use, mostly because it removes the work entirely. I’ve been curious about a few things, like how Songza plans to combat the big boys, namely Pandora, and how exactly these guys are making any money. Remember, Songza has no audio ads, no limits, and is free to download.
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La Neufbox d'SFR propose la catch-up d'Europe 1 dans son offre TV | technic2radio.fr

La Neufbox d'SFR propose la catch-up d'Europe 1 dans son offre TV | technic2radio.fr | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Le bouquet TV de la Neufbox de SFR continue d'innover en ce qui concerne l'offre radio. Après un partenariat avec ComFM permettant d'offrir un grand nombre de radios FM et webradios directement depuis la télévision, le FAI propose depuis le 27 mars les programmes d'Europe 1 sur un canal qui lui est dédié.
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RadioDNS Bridges Gap | RWI

RadioDNS Bridges Gap | RWI | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Where would modern radio stations be without the Internet? As online increasingly becomes part of everyday life, this is becoming a key question for many broadcasters, aspiring to utilize this relatively new platform to their best advantage.

Today even the smallest radio stations have developed their own Web presence. Some have even managed successfully to monetize the “long tail” of additional listening and interaction that results. However, despite investment in websites and online audio content, a fundamental problem remains: how to link the online world with real-time broadcasting, which for the vast majority of listeners remains their core platform and one that has thus far tended to remain stubbornly offline.

Largely disconnected from the Internet in all its various forms, traditional radio has difficulty in taking advantage of the various interactivity and other benefits the online world can offer — and which audiences increasingly have come to expect.

RadioDNS is targeting these issues.


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Car 2.0 Entertainment of Tomorrow | VW @ Radiodays

RadioDays Europe Barcelona 2012
The future for radio in cars

 

Dr. Martin Weiser, Head of Driver Information Systems at Volkswagen, outlines the company´s vision of cars in the future and the requirements of the drivers

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Internet radio listening in car, how it works ? by IMDA @ Radiodays

RadioDays Europe Barcelona 2012

John Ousby is given an overview over how the media environment in cars is expected to develop over the next five years. What is the significance of listening to radio in cars? How can IP-connectivity help or challenge this position? What does the radio industry need to do now - and can it do so alone or will it require new cooperation partners? John Ousby is CEO of vTuner, the leading provider of internet radio services in the USA and on the board of Radio DNS and Internet Media Device Alliance (IMDA).

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Companies: learn how to connect. Good advice & philosophy. The Don’t Manifesto

Companies: learn how to connect. Good advice & philosophy. The Don’t Manifesto | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Don’t advertise your company or your products anymore… just tell the world inspiring stories on social media that make a difference and that engage and stimulate good conversations.

Don’t market yourself to tired workers and jaded consumers anymore… just tell them touching stories that put them to bed with a smile on their dial. Entertain and delight them!

Don’t spruik your successes and your achievements anymore…try blowing someones else’s horn that has run out of breath.


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