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Radio d'entreprise : les DRH à l'écoute de leurs collaborateurs

Radio d'entreprise : les DRH à l'écoute de leurs collaborateurs | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

La radio est un média simple, rapide, flexible, économique... mais aussi chaleureux et de proximité. Elle est de plus en plus adoptée par les entreprises et collectivités comme outil de communication interne pour les DRH et leurs salariés.

 

Lorsque, en 2004, Anne-Marie de Couvreur, ancienne de France Telecom, a créé l'opérateur de radios d’entreprises Mediameeting* – avec Frédéric Courtine et Jean-Louis Simonet –, les radios d'entreprises étaient surtout plébiscitées par les directeurs de la communication. « Perçu comme un outil de communication interne privilégié, ce média était essentiellement utilisé pour transmettre aux collaborateurs les dernières actualités concernant l'organisation : une promotion sur un produit, l'ouverture d'une nouvelle boutique, la conquête d'un nouveau marché... », explique-t-elle. Puis le champ des informations transmises via les ondes s'est élargi...

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Lisnr Helps Artists and Brands Reach Customers at Relevant Times

Lisnr Helps Artists and Brands Reach Customers at Relevant Times | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Lisnr is an app that uses inaudible beacons to deliver content to customers at highly relevant times.

When we think of sound, we typically think of music.  But what about sounds we as humans can’t hear?  Do those inaudible sounds have any real use cases for us and if they do what are they?  One Cincinnati-based startup, Lisnr, thinks its found the perfect use case for such inaudible sounds.

The idea behind Lisnr is simple: reach customers at relevant times.  But how do you reach customers when it makes sense for you as a brand but also for them as a customer? That’s a problem that has been harder to solve.  When it comes to companies who advertise on TV, it’s a matter of just getting your product in front of as many people as possible. Google’s search ads have done wonders for targeted ads, showing relevant ads to people based on their searches.  However, while this kind of thing has worked well online it hasn’t really transferred back over into the offline world.  And that’s where Lisnr’s inaudible sounds or what they refer to as beacons come into play.

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BLITZR - YouTube

Blitzr significantly upgrades and transforms our online music experience. Winner of the "15th National Innovative Technologies Awards" (BPI/French Ministry of Research), Blitzr offers the ultimate music aggregator backed by a semantic search engine and an intelligent crossmedia player. It also features the world's largest music databases, new discovery & recommendation tools and the first price comparison service dedicated to music.

Blitzr is free and without ads. Affiliate programs related to music items (recording, ticket, merchandising...) constitute the core of its business model while Blitzr's semantic technology significantly boosts the possibilities of monetization in a market bound to grow strongly with ever increasing digital interactions. Blitzr is also working on innovative B2B solutions thanks to its smart use of metadatas.

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La musique à la demande est-elle l'avenir de cette industrie ? - Information - France Culture

La musique à la demande est-elle l'avenir de cette industrie ? - Information - France Culture | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

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AOL Sells Winamp And Shoutcast Music Services To Online Radio Aggregator Radionomy | TechCrunch

AOL Sells Winamp And Shoutcast Music Services To Online Radio Aggregator Radionomy | TechCrunch | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Some more detail on the fate of Winamp and Shoutcast, the legacy digital music services that owner AOL (which also owns TechCrunch)originally planned to shut down but then haltedpending a sale. They are not being bought byMicrosoft, as we had heard when we first reported news of a sale. The properties are instead being acquired by Radionomy — an international aggregator of online radio stations headquartered in Brussels, Belgium.

The Radionomy connection was first noticed by a couple of people, including one Bryon Stouton the Winamp forums and Carsten Knobloch, who saw that Winamp’s nameservers, but not Shoutcast’s, had been transferred to Radionomy. We have since learned from a reliable source that the deal is for both properties and should be finalised by Friday, if not sooner.

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Best [big media] Wishes for 2014 with Actuonda - YouTube

Te deseo unas felices fiestas y un prospero año nuevo
I wish you happy holidays and a prosperous new year
Je te souhaite de joyeuses fêtes et une nouvelle année fructueuse

and Best [big media] Wishes to all for 2014 !!

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Près de 75% des podcasts sont téléchargés depuis iTunes | Mediametrie/LLP

Près de 75% des podcasts sont téléchargés depuis iTunes | Mediametrie/LLP | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
iTunes et les applications iOS privilégiés pour télécharger les podcasts radio. Au mois de novembre 2013, plus de 22,8 millions de podcasts ont été téléchargés en France métropolitaine sur les stations mesurées.
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We Are Social fait résonner le Virgin Radio Live sur Twitter - Offremedia

We Are Social fait résonner le Virgin Radio Live sur Twitter - Offremedia | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Faire tweeter le public pendant un concert, tel est l’objectif du dispositif événementiel et social «Fuel The Live», déployé par l’agence We Are Social pour la 2ème édition du Virgin Radio Live qui aura lieu demain au Zénith de Paris.

 

La salle sera équipée de capteurs sensoriels (cris, applaudissements, mouvements, nombre de smartphones) qui alimenteront une jauge d’énergie affichée sur écran géant. Quand celle-ci atteindra une «Red Zone», un tweet sera automatiquement généré et publié par le compte Twitter @VirginRadioFR avec le hashtag #VirginRadioLive. Il comportera une photo du public, les scores d’énergie, l’heure et le nom du groupe présent sur scène.

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NPR Gets $17 Million in Grants to Expand Coverage and Develop Digital Platform

NPR Gets $17 Million in Grants to Expand Coverage and Develop Digital Platform | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
The grants, to be announced Monday, come just three months after NPR, which is facing financial difficulties, said it would cut 10 percent of its staff.

 

Almost $10 million of the new funding will go to development of what NPR calls a “seamless local-national listening platform” that will allow listeners to switch smoothly from, say, a clock radio to a web-enabled car.

Some larger public radio stations, as well as NPR, already have mobile apps, but listeners who want to aggregate programs and podcasts from numerous sources often use outside services, such as TuneIn or Stitcher, both of which also include commercial content.

NPR’s new mobile app, which is being developed with six local stations and is expected to go into public testing next year, will wrap together on-demand local and national public radio content to create playlists, partly driven by algorithms and using geo-targeting to pull in local news.

Interactive and shareable, “this app is clearly, we think, going to be very appealing to younger consumers of our content,” said Charles Kravetz, general manager of WBUR-FM in Boston, a pilot partner.

“It is a play to take control of our own content and to control the platform and delivery system as much as we can,” he said.


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Radionomy fusionne avec Target Spot

Radionomy fusionne avec Target Spot | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
La plate-forme de création de radios digitales Radionomy vient d'annoncer sa fusion avec Target Spot, qui est, aux Etats-Unis, le leader de la publicité audio sur Internet.

 

Radionomy, la plate-forme de créations de radios digitales (7 700 radios à ce jour, 17 millions d'auditeurs uniques par mois) a annoncé aujourd'hui, sa fusion avec Target Spot, qui est leader aux Etats-Unis dans le domaine de la publicité audio sur internet. Cette fusion va donner naissance à Radionomy Group, dont Target Spot sera une entité. 
Dans les faits, Radionomy dispose maintenant, grâce à cette fusion, d'une puissante régie publicitaire, pour accroître ses revenus. "La réunion de TargetSpot et de Radionomy au sein de Radionomy Group nous donne désormais la possibilité d’offrir tous les outils allant de la création d’une radio à sa monétisation pour le pure-player ou pour tout autre éditeur de radio FM,"explique ainsi Alexandre Saboundjian, CEO de Radionomy. 

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5 Companies That Made Media Consumption Smarter This Year - Forbes

5 Companies That Made Media Consumption Smarter This Year - Forbes | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Our media consumption habits have changed dramatically with the rise in mobile device usage. For the first time ever, people are spending more time consuming media onsmartphones and tablets than on computers. While time spent on PCs has declined in 2013, average daily media consumption on mobile devices has increased from one hour and 33 minutes in 2012 to over two hours in 2013.

 

As a result of wildly increasing demand, media consumption is becoming more multi-dimensional, multi-platform and multi-channel.  In such a complex and fragmented ecosystem, sophisticated solutions are needed to meet our ever-evolving media consumption habits. Below are five companies that have made media consumption smarter in 2013:

 

1. Thinglink – Images

 

2. Soundwave – Music


3. Kaltura – Video


4. Circa – News


5. eFamily - Social 


 
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Nouvelle formule du Mouv' pour janvier 2014

Nouvelle formule du Mouv' pour janvier 2014 | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
La nouvelle grille présentée le 6 janvier prochain donnera la priorité à la musique et au numérique. La station sera aussi la première à mettre en place le "reverse broadcasting".

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German stations roll out RadioDNS service

German stations roll out RadioDNS service | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
A number of private radio stations in Germany are starting to use the RadioDNS technology after extensive testing. RadioDNS takes data from the internet and matches it with FM signals. It provides the link between what you’re broadcasting over FM, DAB, HD Radio (or other broadcast platforms), and what you can also provide over an Internet connection.
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10 Lessons from 10 Journalism Hackdays around the World ...

10 Lessons from 10 Journalism Hackdays around the World ... | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
GEN Editors Lab hackdays at India Today Hack The Newsroom! #editorslab Antoine Laurent in Future of Journalism Over the past 10 months, my job at the Global Editors Network gave me the opportunity to be touring the ...

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Hands on with Moodsnap, first Image-Based Music Streaming app, delivering contextually relevant music mapped to personal taste

Hands on with Moodsnap, first Image-Based Music Streaming app, delivering contextually relevant music mapped to personal taste | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
In case you needed another launchpad for music discovery, here's an app that uses images to curate your Spotify Premium playlists.

 

Discovering music and creating music playlists can truly be a fun endeavor, especially if you use tools that allow you to go about the task in a unique way. Moodsnap is a new image-based music streaming app that allows users to choose songs based on a mere photograph. Powered by Spotify and The Echo Nest, Moodsnap has reportedly been in closed-beta since May and is now available to anyone with a Spotify Premium account and an iOS device.

“Through research, what I found to be missing from today’s music apps is the perfect balance between contextual relevance, trusted curation, and simplicity through intuitive design,” says David Blutenthal, Founder and CEO of Moodsnap. “Our mission was to develop an app that aims to deliver on all three. That’s how Moodsnap was born.”

But… how exactly can images help you create a music playlist? And how accurate will the results be? We went hands on to find out. 

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MidemLab reveals the 30 music startups to watch in 2014

MidemLab reveals the 30 music startups to watch in 2014 | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The annual MidemLab music startups contest has showcased some important firms down the years: the likes of SoundCloud, Songkick, The Echo Nest and Kickstarter have all featured in past events.

Now the contest’s organisers, Reed Midem, have announced the 30 finalists for the 2014 MidemLab contest – big disclosure, Music Ally is a partner for the competition and helped choose this year’s crop.


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Quand le second écran ne se contente plus de la télé - Le Vif

Quand le second écran ne se contente plus de la télé - Le Vif | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Ils sont 34 % chez les 18-34 américains à préférer regarder des vidéos sur Internet que de suivre des émissions à la télévision, selon une récente enquête du New York Times. Aujourd’hui, les jeunes – mais aussi, les un peu moins jeunes – passent plus de temps les yeux rivés sur leur smartphone que sur l’écran de télé allumé devant eux. Nous sommes à l’ère du multi-écrans.

C’est à partir de ce constat et pour tenter de récupérer une partie de l’attention des consommateurs que s’est développé le concept du second screen, largement poussé par les grandes chaînes de télé. L’idée ? Parvenir à recapter, à grand coup d’interactivité et de contenus «bonus», l’audience partiellement partie sur les réseaux sociaux. De plus en plus d’acteurs se rendent en effet compte que les nouvelles générations, vissées à leur smartphone et leur tablette, sont demandeuses d’expériences nouvelles. A l’heure où les ados parlent plus à leurs amis par Snapchat et Twitter que dans la cour de récréation, beaucoup aimeraient intégrer ces nouvelles technologies à leur proposition et attirer les jeunes.

 

Ces initiatives s’inscrivent à leur manière dans cette tendance du second screen si chère aux chaînes de télévision, qui développent déjà ce concept un peu partout. En Belgique, RTL-TVI a démarré, timidement, en avril 2012. Mais ce n’est qu’en septembre dernier, que la chaîne a vraiment commencé à développer le concept à l’échelle «industrielle», notamment avec la fonctionnalité Connect, qui permet au téléspectateur de compléter son expérience télévisée via l’application. «La stratégie est de renforcer le premier écran, la télé, en utilisant des compléments d’infos, interactivité, gamification, détaille Jean-Jacques Deleeuw, directeur New Media à RTL Belgium. L’objectif est clairement de ramener les gens qui utilisent un second écran vers la marque RTL et de rester en contact avec eux. De plus, via les médias sociaux et l’engagement de nos spectateurs, on compte attirer de nouveaux utilisateurs devant leur écran de télé.»


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Radionomy insuffle une seconde vie à Winamp

Radionomy insuffle une seconde vie à Winamp | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
La startup bruxelloise Radionomy rachète l’acteur médiatique légendaire Winamp et la plate-forme radio Shoutcast au géant internet américain AOL.

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Honeymoon's Over For Apple's iTunes Radio -- What's Next For Advertisers?

Honeymoon's Over For Apple's iTunes Radio -- What's Next For Advertisers? | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
apple's new year's resolution for itunes radio: create reasons for launch advertisers to hit repeat and new brands to press play.
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Audiences des webradios LLP/OJD pour novembre 2013

Audiences des webradios LLP/OJD pour novembre 2013 | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Comme chaque mois, l'équipe de La Lettre Pro de la Radio dévoile les audiences digitales en collaboration avec l'OJD. Grâce à nos diagrammes exclusifs, découvrez le Top 10 des webradios les plus écoutées en France. Une nouvelle fois, les flux du groupe NRJ arrivent en tête des deux classements.
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Thingful promises to index the world's IoT sensors | TelecomTV

Thingful promises to index the world's IoT sensors | TelecomTV | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

M2M has been around for at least 20 years, but the thing that comes with the progression (if such it is) to the IoT world is the idea of openness - of sharing data to generate surprising leaps in knowledge. By I.D. Scales.

 

At least according to Usman Haque, talking to me  just over a year ago.  This general idea of the value of sharing and openess was the driver for  Haque’s Pachube (then Cosm, currently Xively). Now he’s taken what we decided was ‘social’ IoT the next logical step with the launch of Thingful.

 

It’s the same idea but this time with an emphasis on big data and an absolute focus on the value of ‘open’ data and information.

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Apple Is Building an RTB Platform to Sell In-App Ads

Apple Is Building an RTB Platform to Sell In-App Ads | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Apple leadership has given the iAds team a new mission: always be selling iTunes Radio. And while the sales team is busy pushing Apple radio inventory, the company will build a real-time bidding exchange to automate selling in-app ads, multiple sources said.

Indeed, there is a new focus within the company’s advertising unit, and the mantra came direct from Eddy Cue, Apple’s head of software. In a staff meeting before the holidays, Cue indicated that iTunes Radio is the top priority, and app ads are not.

“The message that came across was basically if you’re not working on iTunes Radio, you’re irrelevant,” an Apple insider said.

Apple’s iAds business has undergone a number of changes since launching in 2010. Its sales team has been integral in helping developers monetize apps; most of the revenue from iAds comes from in-app advertising,


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Le nouveau Mouv’ et la stratégie digitale du groupe Radio France par Joël Ronez en vidéo - Offremedia

Le nouveau Mouv’ et la stratégie digitale du groupe Radio France par Joël Ronez en vidéo - Offremedia | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Annoncés à la rentrée dernière comme un projet de «radio numérique totale» (voir archive), la nouvelle grille et le nouveau positionnement du Mouv’ seront effectifs à partir du 6 janvier. 
Concernant les projets numériques, il nous détaille la feuille de route du digital dans le groupe, y compris le volet monétisation et le prochain appel d’offres sur la régie publicitaire sous contrat aujourd’hui avec France Télévisions Publicité. Il revient enfin sur l’état d’avancement du nouveau canal RF8 (voir archive).

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Look Out, Pandora, Spotify Wants Your Turf

Spotify may be markedly different from Pandora, but in order to attract more paying users, it’s co-opting Pandora’s mobile strategy.

Spotify is planning to debut a free, ad-supported version of its service on mobile devices later this month. The service will allow users to create a playlist of approximately a dozen songs and receive song recommendations based on that playlist, according to an agency executive briefed by Spotify. Users will not be able to take any songs “offline,” however. That will remain exclusive to paying users, the exec said. (Spotify declined multiple request to comment.)

But this isn’t about Spotify chasing ad dollars. As Pandora’s profitability struggles have shown, it’s nearly impossible to build a sustainable music streaming business solely around advertising. Spotify is catering to listeners’ sensibilities so it can (hopefully) convert them to paying users. So far, Spotify has proven itself adept at attracting a valuable niche audience, but now it’s copying Pandora so it can garner a critical mass.


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Olivier Cauchois's curator insight, December 7, 2013 3:44 PM

Des recommandations de morceaux en fonction d'une playlist sur Spotify

 

Spotify a l'intention de débuter une version gratuite , financée par la publicité de son service sur les appareils mobiles des le debut 2014. Le service permettra aux utilisateurs de créer une liste de lecture d'environ une douzaine de chansons et de recevoir des recommandations de morceaux en fonction de cette playlist , a la Pandora. Les utilisateurs ne seront pas en mesure de prendre des chansons " hors ligne ". 

 

Spotify a fait des progrès pour améliorer la découverte de la musique sur sa plate-forme , mais sa fonction radio est franchement primaire par rapport à Pandora. 

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The Future of Music Revenues May Actually Not Be in Selling Music

The Future of Music Revenues May Actually Not Be in Selling Music | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

"Even as they have grown, streaming companies have encountered a stubborn problem: Music lovers will consume large amounts of music as long as it is free, but getting them to pay a monthly subscription has proved much more difficult."


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Robin Good's curator insight, December 14, 2013 9:14 AM



People are more than happy to sign-up for music streaming services, but when it comes to pay for access, very few feel it is something they want to do.


Pandora has for example 70 million users, but only 3 have decided to pay for the Premium version of the service.


While most industry players are attempting to have music fans pay for higher quality audio options and a no-ads experience, it is likely that the future of music monetization will not be anymore in direct music sales.


"Several analysts doubt that streaming companies can attract enough paying customers with only recorded music, citing a sharp drop in music sales over the past decade and abundant free music online. And they say it will be difficult for them to survive on advertising alone."

 

The key to survival for music producers, whether large or small, may be indeed elsewhere.


"...some see these companies’ success as lying in a so-called subsidy model, in which music sales support another business with higher margins.


Apple, most notably, used low-margin music sales to spur demand for iPods, phones and computers.


Music is an accompaniment, to add to your jog, your workday, your prep in the kitchen,” said James L. McQuivey, an analyst for Forrester Research. “But it’s not something you’re eager to pay for if you don’t have to.


The likely outcome is, as it is already happening, that monetization will come from everything that ranges from events, to merchandising and to collector's items. 


Informative. 7/10


Full article: http://www.kansascity.com/2013/12/13/4691034/a-stream-of-music-not-revenue.html 


(Image credit: Woman listening to streaming by ShutterStock)



Luke's curator insight, December 16, 2013 6:10 PM

I think this will eventually succeed, once large online platforms like Beatport try it. It might take some time though.