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Adiopack : première offre digitale | LaLettrePro

Adiopack : première offre digitale | LaLettrePro | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Les 4 principaux acteurs de l'offre audio digitale en France viennent de créer Adiopack. Cette nouvelle régie dans le paysage hexagonale s'impose ainsi comme la première offre audio digitale en France.

 

NRJ Global, Deezer, Radionomy et Hotmixradio lancent Adiopack, la première offre audio digitale en France. Adiopack réunit dans une seule proposition commerciale les principaux éditeurs du marché : NRJ Group (premier groupe radio sur le digital avec plus de 200 webradios), Deezer (premier site d’écoute de musique à la demande), Radionomy (première plateforme de radio digitale en France) et HotmixRadio (premier pure player webradios en France).

Adiopack permettra donc d’intégrer un spot audio dans les flux audio digitaux, avec la garantie d’une présence simultanée sur les quatre éditeurs. Par sa simplicité de mise en œuvre, cette offre permettra aussi pour la première fois aux annonceurs et à leurs conseils, d'acheter, de diffuser et de suivre leurs campagnes audio digitales via un contact unique.

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Radio Roland Garros (radio_RG) on Twitter

Radio Roland Garros (radio_RG) on Twitter | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Radio Roland Garros is the ideal way to catch all the action of the tournament, from the first point to the last, just as if you were in the stadium! The station is broadcast on www.rolandgarros.com and features various commentators who follow the action live every day and also take listeners behind the scenes. Hear what was said in the press conferences, listen to special guests and enjoy the daily talk-show.


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11 Tips and Tricks for Spotify Power Users

11 Tips and Tricks for Spotify Power Users | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Spotify is one of the leading music streaming services available, with more than 24 million active users and countless songs, albums, playlists and radio stations.

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Online radio crosses mobile threshold + Extra Slacker video about most complete music service on Earth

New Triton Digital listening data confirms it’s a mobile world for online radio.  More than half of internet radio listening (56%) occurred on mobile devices in March, up from 46% one year earlier.   Triton also says Pandora’s mobile listening cap is paying off for rival webcasters.

Mobile consumption was the fastest growing online audio segment in March.  But pureplays are growing mobile audiences faster than broadcasters.  Mobile listening to pureplays during the Monday-Sunday, 6am-midnight daypart leapt 23% from February to March while broadcast streams had a 5% increase.  In January, Triton showed broadcast radio streams with an 80/20 split in favor of listening on desktops, while pureplay publishers tracked in the opposite direction with a 70/30 split in favor of mobile listening.

Looking to target the holes in its chief rival’s service, pureplay webcaster Slacker launched a $5.5 million marketing campaign in mid-February.  Based on internet radio ratings for March released yesterday by Triton Digital, the investment is beginning to pay off.  Average Active Sessions during the Monday-Friday, 6am-8pm daypart rocketed up 22% for Slacker, as the webcasters blew past both CBS Radio and Cumulus to rank third among Triton’s domestic top 20.  The increase follows a 3% boost by Slacker in February.  The campaign includes a 30-second online video ad that attempts to reposition Pandora as a repetitive music machine with limited selection and Slacker as more human with playlists created by music experts and a larger music library.

 

Read complete post from Inside Radio here : http://www.insideradio.com/Article.asp?id=2650504&spid=32061#.UYyJpErsyf4

 

View Triton’s full March online radio ratings here : http://www.tritondigital.com/Media/Default/rankers/march-ranker-2013.pdf


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Spotify May Need To Be More ‘Asian’ To Dominate Region | TechCrunch

Spotify May Need To Be More ‘Asian’ To Dominate Region | TechCrunch | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Asia’s fragmented music fanbase and subscription habits may stand between Spotify and its total domination of the region, or at least so its competitors hope.

The music streaming service recently launched in the Asian countries of Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. When we spoke to Spotify’s head of new markets in Asia-Pacific, Sriram Krishnan, he was evasive on how extensive the company’s Asian catalog was, saying that the company is working with labels here and does feature local music, but emphasized that “mainstream” (read: US-originated) music is big here, and that catalog Spotify has plenty of.

But several Asian-originated competitors say that their experiences here have been quite different. Taiwan-based KKBOX was launched in the region in 2005, and is available in its home country, as well as Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and Japan, with plans for other Asian countries, said representative, Inman Lin.

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This is why Apple wants to launch iRadio

This is why Apple wants to launch iRadio | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
People still buy a lot of music downloads, and most of them use iTunes to do so. That’s why Apple is now building its own streaming service.
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Industry key players join forces to form first Audio Council | IAB UK

Industry key players join forces to form first Audio Council | IAB UK | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
n acknowledgment of the growing significance of audio within the digital landscape, the Internet Advertising Bureau UK (IAB) announces the formation of its first Audio Council.

IAB councils, of which there are now 16, are made up of likeminded and passionate experts from all areas of the digital landscape, with a range of expertise and skill sets.

The Audio Council is represented by online pure players Spotify, YouTube, Myspace, Last.fm, BlinkBox and Mixcloud; media owners Absolute Radio, Bauer and Global Radio; audio creative specialists Red Apple Creative; market research specialist AudienceNet; and radio advertising and creative specialists RadioWorks and Maple Street Studios.

Given the importance of music to consumers’ digital experiences, the IAB anticipates sustained growth in the years ahead and felt that there was no better time than now to launch a dedicated working group for this sector.

The IAB Audio Council's three key aims are: 

To further educate the market; To help develop the future business models of the audio sector; To increase the value of the online audio advertising sector. 

A key output for the group in 2013 will be a research project in conjunction with AudienceNet designed to show the scale of the audience for online audio and to examine consumer attitudes to advertising within this growing space. 

The IAB will also be developing a new section on its website to feature case studies, research and videos designed to highlight the possibilities for brands looking to advertise in the online audio space. 

The Council will meet on a quarterly basis to build on a number of initiatives completed in 2012 including a white paper which examined how consumers feel about advertising within an online audio environment. 

The IAB’s Editorial Manager and Chair of the Council, Stuart Aitken, comments: “At the IAB we're always interested in working closely with key players of all sizes within sectors where we see great potential. Audio is one sector that we expect to experience enormous development in the coming months and years. 

"This group is represented by some of the most exciting companies in not just the audio space, but in the digital sector as a whole. I am looking forward to working with all of them in the coming year."

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Spotify, Deezer Inactive Accounts (70%) Are Just Part of Doing Business

Spotify, Deezer Inactive Accounts (70%) Are Just Part of Doing Business | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Inactive accounts represented 70% of Spotify's registered accounts at the end of 2011 and 73% of Deezer's registered accounts this year. [Update: Deezer CEO Axel Dauchez tweeted on March 29 that Deezer’s inactive users account for 62% of registered users.] The important point here, writes Mulligan, is that "streaming services as a whole have a problem with churn." The term churn means loss of customers. Churn is expensive to companies because it is always more expensive to gain a new customer than to keep an existing customer.
 
But worrying about an unconverted, inactive group of registered users breaks with the logic of the Internet. Inactive users are just a part of doing business online. Getting people to register is just the first step. Not everyone will become a frequent visitor or paying customer. As Mulligan later noted in an update to the blog post -- after an exchange on Twitter with Spotify CEO Daniel Ek -- "this is a problem that affects all businesses that have a free tier that requires registration."
 
Inactive accounts are a part of doing business for many online services. For instance, a 2012 study found 70% of Facebook pages are inactive. Last year Semiocast found that 73% of Twitter accounts are inactive.

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Les constructeurs plébiscitent la radio digitale

Les constructeurs plébiscitent la radio digitale | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Hors bande FM, les webradios sont de plus en plus exploitées par les marques automobiles pour y diffuser leurs campagnes.

 

Citroën est le premier annonceur des radios digitales en France. Sur le seul mois de mars, quatre constructeurs ont également choisi ce canal en développement pour diffuser leurs réclames audio. Renault (OMD), Volkswagen (Médiacom Paris), Citroën et Peugeot (Havas Média) utilisent la radio 2.0 en renfort de leurs plans de communication traditionnels.

 

« Les stations de radio sur Internet, pure-players ciblés, constituent une couverture additionnelle pour les constructeurs qui bénéficient d’une audience connectée, prêtes à se rendre sur le portail de la marque contrairement à l’auditeur classique qui écoute la radio dans sa voiture, par exemple », explique Antony Frandsen directeur commercial d’Adionomy Régie France, pôle de Radionomy, une plateforme de création de radio en ligne.

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Extensive, front-to-back coverage of the Rain Summit West | Inside Radio

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Radio ad sales on mobiles, Triton Digital's Programmatic Audience Buying for Audio & international trends for Online Radio | RAIN Summit West NAB

Radio ad sales on mobiles, Triton Digital's Programmatic Audience Buying for Audio & international trends for Online Radio | RAIN Summit West NAB | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Mobile ad sales not lagging, stresses Summit panel, they're coming along nicely


Triton Digital's Rosso intros new a2x "programmatic buying" platform for audio at Summit

 

International webcaster issues mirror those in U.S.: Royalties, revenue, and potential Apple competition


Read complete reports on Rain Radio and Internet Newsletter : http://kurthanson.com/category/issue-title/41013-rsw-recap-mobile-ad-sales-triton-digital-s-pov-and-international-trends


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The future of music, according to Spotify's Daniel Ek

The future of music, according to Spotify's Daniel Ek | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Your home's tunes controlled by a wave of the hand or a voice command? It could happen, and the big-thinking Swede believes his music service could be the soundtrack to that very plugged-in vision. Read this article by Paul Sloan on CNET News.


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Pandora Founder on Digital Media, Internet Radio

Tim Westergren discovered a need everyone shares, and he applied his creativity and innovation through entrepreneurship to meet that need.

That’s the message Westergren delivered when he sat down with Heritage’s Jackie Anderson and spoke to The Bloggers Briefing to discuss how he founded his visionary company, Pandora Radio, that now dominates 80 percent of the emerging Internet radio industry.

“I was really inspired by how could I sort of harness technology to make life easier for working musicians,” said Westergren. “[Pandora] is a paradigmatic shift in what radio is.”

He started the company after working himself as a musician in the film industry. As a film composer, he began grouping songs according to their construction and impact on the listener so he could better meet the musical tastes of the film directors he worked with on a day-to-day basis. “I had the idea one day to try and codify that, and build a discovery technology,” he said.

He called this discovery technology “the music genome project,” a mathematical sorting product that could analyze thousands of songs across 450 different dimensions, including melody, harmony, rhythm and instrumentation, and group them according to each song’s unique musical “DNA.”

“We literally did it on pencil and paper, believe it or not, in the beginning, to capture a song’s sound, and then by marrying that to mathematics, to an algorithm essentially, we could literally compute the proximity of one song to another,” he said.

Now the company catalogues more than 100,000 artists and 1 million songs, 98.5 percent of which played in the last 30 days, according to Westergren. The service draws about 70 million unique listeners each month.

The reason he believes accounts for Pandora’s explosive word-of-mouth growth since its release in 2005? Because it addresses a problem everyone has. “We all love music to a greater or lesser degree, but we all have a hard time finding music that we like easily,” he said.

“As you get older, radio does not play your music any more,” he said. “I think what Pandora does, and is doing, is reconnecting people to their music.”

 

Check the original post here : http://blog.heritage.org/2013/03/07/pandora-radio-founder-applying-musical-innovation-through-entrepreneurship-video/

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How iTunes Radio Stacks Up Against Pandora, Spotify, XboxMusic, GooglePlay, Slacker, iHeartRadio

How iTunes Radio Stacks Up Against Pandora, Spotify, XboxMusic, GooglePlay, Slacker, iHeartRadio | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
A look at how Apple's new music streaming service iRadio stacks up against competitors such as Spotofy, Google Play Music All Access and Pandora.
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Who needs radio? I'll take the Web

Who needs radio? I'll take the Web | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Listening to the radio was something I did -- when I was a teenager.

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It's not just me. Every morning, my wretched millennial friends awake to freshly brewed tunes from our favorite blogs. New music from my friends fills up my Spotify inbox at a seemingly never-ending pace (and vice versa). I would be scared to hear how loud the laugh would be if anyone asked if we'd discovered a half-decent new song on the radio in the past five years. I don't know even know what channel to find that on!

Since the iPhone has replaced my Walkman, my friends have replaced the DJs, and the ability to listen to whatever I want at any given moment kicked out radio stations' playlists, I would say it's time to turn off the radio for good. But I already did that five years ago.


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Prediction: Apple, Google Finally Launching Subscription Services Will Be A Game-Changer - hypebot

Prediction: Apple, Google Finally Launching Subscription Services Will Be A Game-Changer - hypebot | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

 "As soon as streaming becomes the leading way people consume music, it will highlight the issues surrounding revenue and business models for everyone involved and really pave the way to a new era — for both good and bad."

"Once smart, creative and connected people measure
their performance by something else than number of
sales, they’ll start working on replacing the main old
model by a diverse number of new models." By David Dufresne (@DavidDufresne), CEO of Bandzoogle, a website builder and marketing platform for independent music artists.

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DJ Ferry Corsten and Deezer’s MD reveal why the ‘human touch’ is vital for online music distribution

DJ Ferry Corsten and Deezer’s MD reveal why the ‘human touch’ is vital for online music distribution | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The evolution of the Internet has changed not just the way in which people listen to music, but also how musicians and artists should communicate with their most loyal fans.

Album sales continue to flatline, but music streaming services such as Spotify, Rdio and Deezer have shown that there’s still a huge market for offering a viable alternative to illegal downloads.

Fabrizio Gentile, managing director of Deezer in the Benelux region and Dutch music producer and DJ Ferry Corsten took part in a panel at The Next Web Conference in Amsterdam to talk about curation, global reach and the advantages of using social media.

 


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Three main opinions about how to beat piracy; through legislation and enforcement, through better legal services, or both.


I like the route of finding NEW ways to let people pay. It shows more creative thinking.


Even though album sales continue to flatline, music streaming services such asSpotify, Rdio and Deezer have shown that there’s still a huge market for offering a viable alternative to illegal downloads.

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Behind the Scenes at ListenUp.fm with CEO Mykas Degesys and CMO Ben Fruin

Behind the Scenes at ListenUp.fm with CEO Mykas Degesys and CMO Ben Fruin | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

ListenUp.fm is a listener rewards system for streaming music fans. ListenUp targets fans that have identified themselves as highly engaged based on their listening, sharing, and spending habits. According to their website, ListenUp’s goal is to help artists sell more merchandise and concert tickets by converting more streaming listeners into fans that go to shows. Artists can also run promotions — including concert ticket give-aways, merchandise bundles, and exclusive experiences — to help them stay connected with their fans!


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La ville de Chambly lance sa webradio aujourd’hui | Le Parisien

La ville de Chambly lance sa webradio aujourd’hui | Le Parisien | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Disponible à partir d’aujourd’hui sur le site de la ville, Chambly radio émettra depuis le studio aménagé au sous-sol de la nouvelle école de musique, où le directeur d’antenne, Rémy Jounin (ci-dessus), a pris place depuis mars.

 

C’est la première du genre dans l’Oise, et même au-delà. A midi, Chambly radio commencera à émettre depuis son petit studio fraîchement aménagé (pour 30 000 €) au sous-sol de la nouvelle école de musique.
Elle sera disponible 24 heures sur 24 sur le site de la ville et via une app pour smartphone et sera animée par des bénévoles.

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How Can Radio Compete in an On-Demand World? | Radio World

How Can Radio Compete in an On-Demand World? | Radio World | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

In a world in which everyone wants what they want delivered when they want it, coupled with the open dashboard and near-infinite bandwidth, there are a number of things radio can do to remain relevant.

That’s according to Radio and Internet Radio Newsletter Publisher Kurt Hanson.

The new Netflix trend to release all episodes at once of a video program series is a good reminder for both traditional AM/FM as well as Internet radio that you need to step up your game to compete, according to Hanson in his annual “State of the Internet Radio Industry” address.

Hanson also pointed to the morphing role of the smartphone, which, for many people, has replaced their camera, alarm clock, voice recorder, address book, calculator and navigation unit.

The Arbitron and Edison Research report “Infinite Dial” data suggests weekly use of Internet radio is now up to 86 million listeners; the amount has more than tripled over the past five years, noted Hanson.

Will Apple enter the radio business? Hanson said if so that “might be great for all of us.” He likened it to a battle of the brands that raises the visibility of the entire product category.

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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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Twitter’s New Music App Launches Friday

Twitter’s New Music App Launches Friday | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Next up on the jukebox — Twitter Music.

The microblogging service plans to launch its new, standalone music application on Friday, according to sources familiar with the matter.

 

The app suggests artists and tracks to users based on a number of personalized signals, including the Twitter accounts a user follows on the microblogging service. Users will be able to listen to clips of music from inside the app, using third-party services like iTunes, Soundcloud; they will also be able to watch music videos provided by Vevo, the music video service owned by Universal Music and Sony.

 

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Microsoft's XBox Music Service Goes Ad-Supported With TargetSpot

Microsoft's XBox Music Service Goes Ad-Supported With TargetSpot | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Streaming audio service XBox Music—which is not, actually, just for XBox—will now have in-stream advertisements. TargetSpot, which provides targeted ads for both CBS Radio and ABC News Radio, will supply the spots.
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Pandora Passes from 100 to 200 Million Users in 2 years - Personnalized Radio Everywhere | hypebot

Pandora Passes from 100 to 200 Million Users in 2 years - Personnalized Radio Everywhere | hypebot | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Pandora now has 200 million registered users in the U.S., according to number released by the company this morning. That's twice the 100 million registered users it had in July of 2011, six years after launch.
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Learn and network with the Internet Radio industry's top leaders at RAIN Summit Europe @ Brussel 23rd of May

Learn and network with the Internet Radio industry's top leaders at RAIN Summit Europe @ Brussel 23rd of May | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Internet radio executives from across Europe will meet in Brussels, Belgium on Thursday May 23rd for the 2nd annual RAIN Summit Europe organized by Kurt Hanson, publisher of “RAIN: Radio and Internet Newsletter”.

 

The pan-European conference will be a day-long event, including thought provoking panels and presentations, insightful speakers experts on various aspects of the field of streaming radio, and engaging networking opportunities. Executives from many different European countries will share thoughts and ideas on the future of radio in the digital world.

 

"Internet radio is an extremely fast-growing field,” said Kurt Hanson.  “In some countries, Internet radio listening now comprises up to 10% of all radio listening, and it is growing at the rate of 30 - 50% per year. It’s a delivery mechanism for radio that’s able to offer wide variety, incredible depth, and even personalization. And now in 2013 it’s coming quickly into the car as well!" 

 

For more information on the agenda and speakers, visit the RAIN Summit Europe website (http://summits.kurthanson.com/rainsummiteurope).

Register using Amiando : http://www.amiando.com/BKWZSPA or Eventbrite http://www.eventbrite.com/event/6051659677 and get a special 20% discount off of registration by entering the Actuonda's special promo code RSNM2013

 

For more information about the sponsorship opportunities, please contact Nicolas Moulard by mail : moulard@actuonda.com or by phone +34 699 248 200

 

Actuonda is exclusive representative for RAIN Summits in Europe and member of the Advisory Board.

 

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