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New FM-enabled smartphones coming

New FM-enabled smartphones coming | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

New smartphones equipped with FM radio receivers could be available as soon as this summer.  “We believe that we’ll have phones in the market probably in the next 60 days,” Emmis CEO Jeff Smulyan said yesterday on a conference call in response to a question about when the Emmis-engineered NextRadio app would launch.

Smulyan didn’t mention Sprint by name and an Emmis spokesperson said later that the company has a non-disclosure agreement with the wireless provider. The radio industry is being asked to commit $45 million in advertising inventory to Sprint over three years to get FM on 30 million Android and Windows smartphones. Brokered by Smulyan, the deal revolves around the NextRadio app which will allow listeners to access and interact with FM broadcasts.

Smulyan is optimistic that consumers will embrace the new technology. “If the American public responds as we hope they will, and they see radio can perform in a whole new light on a device they carry with them, we think it’s a game changer for the industry,” he said.  Smulyan said it will increase radio listening and could create “a tremendous amount of new revenue” for the industry through enhanced ads enabled by the app’s IP-connection.

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Mobile Streamed Music Revenues to Rise More than 40% this Year to $1.7bn, Juniper Research Finds

Mobile Streamed Music Revenues to Rise More than 40% this Year to $1.7bn, Juniper Research Finds | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Global revenues from mobile streamed music services are expected to rise by more than 40% to $1.7bn, according to a new report from Juniper Research. For the first time, these revenues will thereby overtake those generated by full-track downloads to mobile devices.

Mobile Operator Music Bundles Boost Growth

iRadio set to challenge Pandora

Other Key Findings from the Report Include:

· Mobile music services are increasingly context driven and are increasingly evolving social aspects such as sharing, activity feeds and follow options.

· Revenues from legacy services such as ringtones and ringback tones will continue to decline sharply, with ringtones in Western Europe now worth just 2% of their peak value.


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Its great to see music spreading and its becoming more of a social media as opposed to art. Its somewhat scary because it discourages quality as opposed to quantity. I can remember when there was buzz around a new album. Now they leak and are out and no one stands in line or orders prereleases. Just goes to show that the live show is where the inudstry's money is shifting to. 

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Operators key for subscription music, says Deezer CEO

Operators key for subscription music, says Deezer CEO | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
VIDEO INTERVIEW: Axel Dauchez, chief executive of online music subscription service Deezer (pictured), said a “critical mass” around mobile music can only be achieved through partnerships with operators.

“To move from download piracy to subscription is a change of behaviour, and to apply that to a country you need critical mass,” he told Mobile World Livein a recent video interview.

Deezer has struck a number of partnerships with big-name operators, including Orange, Deutsche Telekom and Telenor. A Deezer subscription is bundled in with offers from operators in 26 countries, Dauchez added.

The Deezer service offers unlimited access to around 20 million cloud-based tracks, from which users can download their favourites.

For the service to be profitable, however, Dauchez said “reasonable acquisition costs” and “sustainable margins” are vital.

View the full video interview with Dauchez here.

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The Facebook Phone: In-App Chat, Easier Music Sharing | Evolver.fm

The Facebook Phone: In-App Chat, Easier Music Sharing | Evolver.fm | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Mark Zuckerberg announced in a livestreamed event today that the HTC First ($100, AT&T) will be the first in a series of Facebook Home phones starting April 12, from partners including AT&T, Alcatel, EE, HTC, HTC, Huawei, Orange, Samsung, OneTouch, Lenovo, Qualcomm, Sony, and ZTE. In other words, it will be a lot of phones, rather than just one. Not only that, but owners of the above Androids can install Facebook Home without buying a new phone....

 

From a music perspective, the big deal here looks to be the removal of friction between listening to something and sharing it with someone, because Facebook will be the main place where you “hang out” on that phone. You’ll be able to see what everyone else is listening to right there, as well as, we assume (as we must before we get a look at this thing) sharing songs in the chats that pop up within apps. At the very least, though, you’ll be able to notice that someone is listening to something, and go check out the song yourself, more seamlessly than on other phone platforms.

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Strategies for mobiles and smartphones - James Cridland @ RadioDays Europe 2013

The use of smart phones has exploded. But is anyone really listening to radio on them? How do people use their mobiles for radio - and what can we learn from broadcasters who pioneer in this area?
Can the European radio industry influence the mobile phones manufacturers to include a generic receiver for digital radio in all phones – the “Eurochip”?
And how will devices and mobile services develop over the coming years?

 

James Cridland to conclude :

The majority of app users are not ‘mobile’ but on wifi at home or at workApps may increase audience recall of your brand (because of app on ‘homescreen’) but unikely to have massive effect on audience figures right nowAdvertising on them appears to work but less well than simply hiding the appConsumers wants FM (and DAB+) chips inside phones
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Radio’s streaming listeners are less mobile.

Radio’s streaming listeners are less mobile. | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Why don't people listen to radio as much on streaming devices? New Triton Digital data from January shows broadcast radio streams split 80/20 in favor of listening on desktops.

It showed pureplays with a 70/30 split in favor of mobile listening, driven by Pandora.   However broadcast streams did see an 18% increase in mobile listening in January, which Triton says was the fastest growing sector of the month. Pureplay desktop and mobile listening remained relatively consistent at a 2% and 3% gain respectively.

 

Read Triton’s complete top 20 January ranker HERE.

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Free Music App Brings Top YouTube Songs to Your iPhone

Free Music App Brings Top YouTube Songs to Your iPhone | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
No pennies needed for iOS music app MusicTube, which lets you listen to and watch music videos from YouTube's huge swath of content for free.

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Pandora Eliminates Unlimited Mobile Streaming

Pandora Eliminates Unlimited Mobile Streaming | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
In an effort to balance growing royalty costs, Pandora announced Wednesday that it will be eliminating unlimited ad-supported music streaming on the service via mobile.

Pandora listeners in the US will now be limited to 40 hours of free ad-supported streaming on their mobile devices each calendar month, after which they’ll have to pay a fee to keep listening $.99 in-app purchase.


Kennedy says that the average user on Pandora only spends 20 hours on the service across all platforms. He says that Wednesday’s announcement is likely to only effect 4% of Pandora’s monthly active listeners.

 

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[M-commerce] Les jeunes mobile-addicts, nouvel eldorado pour les marques ? - FrenchWeb.fr

[M-commerce] Les jeunes mobile-addicts, nouvel eldorado pour les marques ? - FrenchWeb.fr | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

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Les 20 applications musicales Facebook les plus populaires

Les 20 applications musicales Facebook les plus populaires | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

En septembre 2011, Mark Zuckerberg annonçait lors d'une conférence l'arrivée de la musique en streaming sur Facebook avec 15 nouveaux partenaires dont Deezer, Rdio, Vevo et Spotify.
On comprend aisément l'enjeu pour les sites musicaux d'être partenaires de Facebook : C'est le deuxième site le plus consulté après Google, avec plus d'un milliard d’utilisateurs dans le monde dont 26 millions utilisateurs en France.
Un an après, le magazine américain Billboard dresse un premier bilan de cette intégration, en établissant la liste des applications musicales les plus populaires proposées sur l'espace applications (appcenter) de Facebook. Nous présentons ci-dessous les 20 applications les plus utilisées dans le monde.


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Top 5 des meilleures applications Android pour découvrir de la musique

Top 5 des meilleures applications Android pour découvrir de la musique | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Si vous cherchez une application pour écouter gratuitement de la musique alors Jango Radio est celle qu’il vous faut. Vous trouverez un grand nombre de radios dédiées à des artistes. Après avoir rapidement créé votre profil, vous gagnerez le droit d’accéder à plus de 100 radios thématiques (années 80, funk, rock…). De plus, vous pourrez élaborer votre propre radio en choisissant les styles qui vous intéressent.

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Spotify dans les voitures Volvo en 2014

Spotify dans les voitures Volvo en 2014 | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Spotify, le géant de l'écoute de musiques en streaming, vient de signer un partenariat avec la marque de voiture Volvo.

 

Après un partenariat entre Deezer et la marque de voiture Nissan, d’autres constructeurs automobiles cherchent à rattraper la concurrence. C’est le cas des prochains véhicules Volvo, lancés en 2014, qui seront entièrement connectés à Internet grâce à votre téléphone qui servira de modem. Cette nouvelle technologie proposée par la société Ericsson permettra d’écouter de la musique en streaming, de voir la météo en direct, de recevoir ses notifications Facebook et Twitter, d’avoir accès à des divertissements en ligne, etc…

En 2016, Volvo intègrera directement Internet dans ses voitures, il faudra alors s’équiper d’une carte SIM avec un forfait payable mensuellement.


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[Infographie] Stratégie mobile : web app ou app mobile ? | FrenchWeb.fr

[Infographie] Stratégie mobile : web app ou app mobile ? | FrenchWeb.fr | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

L’app mobile, utilisée en général de façon récurrente, permet une bien meilleure fidélisation et expérience utilisateur que la web app, malgré un coût de développement bien plus élevé.La web app, permet de son côté un accès au contenu bien plus simple et rapide que pour une app mobile, qu’il faut télécharger, installer et constamment mettre à jour.L’utilisation des deux supports divergent fortement selon les usages: 73% des mobinautes privilégient la web app pour un achat e-commerce (27% app mobile) tandis que 69% préfèrent l’app mobile pour se connecter aux réseaux sociaux (31% web app). En revanche, les deux supports s’égalent presque concernant les services, puisque 54% utilisent l’app mobile et 46% la web app.En 2010, Les mobinautes passaient plus de temps sur des web app que sur des app mobiles. Une tendance qui s’est inversée depuis 2011, malgré une hausse des usages sur les deux supports.

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SoundTracking adds Instagram support as it marks 2M monthly mobile users sharing 1.75M actions daily

SoundTracking adds Instagram support as it marks 2M monthly mobile users sharing 1.75M actions daily | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

SoundTracking, a mobile app for iOS and Android devices designed to be “the soundtrack to your life”, is releasing a new update today that now supports Instagram photos. Users can now share photos that they’ve taken in Instagram right into their SoundTracking timeline to complement the music they’re listening to.

The addition of this new service comes as SoundTracking announced some new user statistics. The company says it has 2 million monthly mobile users who are helping to create more than 1.75 million daily social actions within the app.

The rise to two million is largely attributed to SoundTracking’s redesign at the beginning of this year and the addition of its Smart Play feature, which brings in content from YouTube, Spotify, and Rdio. The social actions shared include the number of views, plays, likes, loves, comments, shares, follows, and more.

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How I Created the Ultimate Tweet with Text, Pictures and an Audio Report

How I Created the Ultimate Tweet with Text, Pictures and an Audio Report | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Typing 140 characters and adding a link or photo is so 2010.

Too many news organizations merely place web or broadcast content on a Twitter screen and press tweet.

Why not create content for mobile devices tailored to the way people use their smartphones and tablets, as well as the devices' benefits and limitations?

Using the same content for broadcast, online, and in social media is not only repetitive and boring, it fails to take into consideration the mechanical and behavioral differences between a person watching TV, listening to the radio, reading a web story, or fidgeting with a phone or tablet.

Television news organizations have had decades to figure out how best to tell a story. Online journalists now know how to build multimedia pages that encourage the user to click on several elements to paint a complete picture.

So the question is, "How can I produce rich content that's best experienced by a person on a smartphone?

My answer? The Ultimate Tweet.

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Visualizing Radio’s Future: FM Chips, HD Radio, One-Touch Pizza Ordering

Visualizing Radio’s Future: FM Chips, HD Radio, One-Touch Pizza Ordering | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
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Radio’s problem is that it doesn’t look very good. It sounds fine but, compared to newer online audio services that give users a visually rich experience, AM/FM radio needs to up its game. 

The good news is that several potential solutions to radio’s lack of visuals were presented at the Digital Strategies Exchange for Radio 2013, a day-long session at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas.

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Music Ally Apps Report Q1 2013: 45 notable new music apps

Music Ally Apps Report Q1 2013: 45 notable new music apps | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

At Music Ally, we keep a close eye on new music apps released for iOS, Android and other mobile platforms throughout the year, from artist apps to discovery startups and beyond.

 

Here’s our roundup of some of the more inventive examples of apps that came out for the first time in Q1 2013, with our views on why they’re worth being aware of.


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iHeartRadio, la webradio personnalisée intègre l’info locale géolocalisée

iHeartRadio, la webradio personnalisée intègre l’info locale géolocalisée | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Clear Channel a présenté hier aux USA une fonction pour iHeartRadio qui permet aux auditeurs de la plateforme de plus de 1500 webradios d’ajouter des infos locales, la météo, l’info trafic dans les flux de leurs webradios personnalisées.

La nouvelle fonctionnalité est appelée « Add-Ins », et utilise le contenu des stations locales du réseau américain.

« Custom Stations »  (Radios personnalisées) est la caractéristique de iHeartRadio qui permet aux auditeurs de générer des flux audio personnalisés en fonction de leurs préférences musicales personnelles (comme Pandora, Deezer ou Spotify).

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Radio Ink Magazine

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Pandora has been able to do what radio has not: generate significant revenue from mobile. In the quarter that ended January 31, Pandora generated $80.3 million from mobile. That's an increase of 111 percent over the same quarter one year earlier ($38 million).

For the year, Pandora doubled mobile revenue to $255.9 million. Even better news for Pandora is that mobile revenue is climbing faster than the growth of mobile listening.

 

Original post : http://www.radioink.com/Article.asp?id=2626249&spid=24698

 

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Sharetapes : look retro des K7 pour partager votre musique - BlogoSquare

Sharetapes : look retro des K7 pour partager votre musique - BlogoSquare | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Il fût un temps où les cassettes audio ont connu un succès fou. Une startup australienne s’apprête à recapturer un peu de cette magie à l’ancienne, en proposant une carte (Sharetapes) qui pourra charger votre liste de lecture depuis plusieurs sites comme YouTube, Spotify et 8tracks.

L’utilisateur pourra partager sa liste de lecture avec d’autres smartphones en utilisant la technologie NFC ou flashcode.
Les mobiles sont de plus en plus équipés de la technologie NFC et un marché est en train de s’ouvrir pour utiliser cette technologie. Il y a par exemple le paiement sans contact, les cartes de visite ou bien les verrous sans contact.


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Shazam hits 300 million global users, celebrates with an overhaul of its iPad and Android tablet apps

Shazam hits 300 million global users, celebrates with an overhaul of its iPad and Android tablet apps | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Media engagement service Shazam today announced that it has surpassed 300 million users worldwide. In addition, the company says that it will be releasing an updated iPad and Android ...
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Samsung Wants to Be a Media Giant. Meet the Guy in Charge of Getting Them There.

Samsung Wants to Be a Media Giant. Meet the Guy in Charge of Getting Them There. | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Apple used media — first music, then lots of other stuff — to help build its giant hardware business. Samsung already has a giant hardware business, and now David Eun is trying to help it with the other stuff.

Eun, who is EVP of Samsung’s Open Innovation Center, gave us a sense of what he’s up to at our D: Dive Into Media conference last week, and you can watch the full interview below. He’s reluctant to talk about specifics, but there’s plenty to chew on. And if Samsung ended up launching, say, its own video portal, or advertising business, or both, you’ll be less surprised after watching this one.

Oh, and what about Apple and its ongoing fight/partnership with Samsung? Of course Kara Swisher asked him about that, too. And he answered!


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Nokia : le service Musique+ disponible en France

Nokia : le service Musique+ disponible en France | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Amateurs de musique à pas cher, Nokia a pensé à vous. Le service Musique+ est ainsi disponible pour la France depuis peu ! Musique+ offre une écoute illimité de mix créés par l'utilisateur (et sans publicité). Ce dernier pourra passer d'un morceau à un autre, là aussi de manière illimitée, disposera de la possibilité de télécharger des mix en cache pour une écoute hors connexion, de sélectionner une meilleure qualité audio avec une connexion wi-fi. Le service permet également de visualiser les paroles de nombreuses chansons, et d'accéder à sa musique depuis un PC ou une tablette. Et le tout (qui rappelle Pandora) est proposé à 3,99 euros par mois. Le service Musique+ est proposé aux utilisateurs français de Lumia depuis hier. Pour en profiter, il faudra télécharger une mise à jour du logiciel musical des smartphones.

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RIM’s BlackBerry World store gets music and video content, rolling out to all users in “coming weeks”

RIM’s BlackBerry World store gets music and video content, rolling out to all users in “coming weeks” | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

RIM has announced that its redesigned BlackBerry World app store is now live, after music, movies and TV shows were added the store for the first time.

The store has been rebranded BlackBerry World — it was formerly BlackBerry App World — and that change of name denotes the fact that, like Google and Apple, RIM has added new types of content. The BlackBerry-maker says the changes will make it “the one-stop shop for all of your mobile entertainment needs”.

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A flurry of new deals from CES will make Net radio more accessible in the car | RAIN

A flurry of new deals from CES will make Net radio more accessible in the car | RAIN | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) runs today through Friday in Las Vegas, and we already have a torrent of announcements to report regarding in-car Internet radio.

- jacAPPS says new deal with Ford will make sure b'dcasters don't get shut out of digital dashboard
- New 'Uconnect' system brings Pandora, iHeartRadio, Aha, and Slacker to Chryslers
- Aha widens its in-car footprint with new Ford, Subaru, Chrysler, Porsche, and Alpine deals
- Chevy, TuneIn, Rhapsody, Ford announce CES in-dash deals; Livio demo's new FM Connect

 

Read more : http://kurthanson.com/category/issue-title/1813-flurry-new-deals-ces-will-make-net-radio-more-accessible-car

 

 

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