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How To Find, Connect, And Influence Followers

How To Find, Connect, And Influence Followers | Wiseband | Scoop.it
Finding, connecting, and influencing followers is definitely not easy when you are trying to do all three. It is easy to find followers on Twitter, but to actually connect and influence them, is a whole different game.

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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 | Wiseband | 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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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 | Wiseband | 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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Digital Edition of the Audio Over IP 2013 eBook is Now Available | Radio World

Digital Edition of the Audio Over IP 2013 eBook is Now Available | Radio World | Wiseband | Scoop.it

It has been more than a decade since Radio World launched a series of essays on the topic of Internet Protocol for audio and data transport via Ethernet. In this new eBook, fifth in that series, Rich Rarey revisits the state of the art of IP frameworks, how products interact and what experts are saying on these key topics.


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Twitter's Music App Will Let You Watch, Too, With Help From Vevo

If you want a very good idea of what Twitter’s music app will look like, you should check out Casey Newton’s detailed report at CNET. Back? OK.


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Infographie : musique en ligne, où, comment, combien ?

Infographie : musique en ligne, où, comment, combien ? | Wiseband | Scoop.it
Le marché de la musique en ligne a gagné du terrain, notamment pour éviter le téléchargement illégal à outrance. L'écoute en ligne s'est propagée sur la toile rendant l'accès à la musique simple et facile.

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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 | Wiseband | 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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Twitter’s New Music App Launches Friday

Twitter’s New Music App Launches Friday | Wiseband | 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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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 | Wiseband | 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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Can APIs Solve Music’s 'Crisis of Innovation'?

Can APIs Solve Music’s 'Crisis of Innovation'? | Wiseband | Scoop.it

here’s an old saw among established technology companies that says innovation happens elsewhere, that big ideas can come from small, unexpected places.

 

The best way to tap into that potential, according to this view, is to throw open the gates and let all developers build products on top of your existing, proprietary technology. Make it easy for developers, and good things are bound to happen.

 

That, at least, has been the ethos behind the steady stream of music-related application software interfaces, or APIs. Last month, two companies, Gracenote and MediaNet, quietly added their APIs into the mix.


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YouTube prépare un service de musique concurrent de Spotify et Deezer

YouTube prépare un service de musique concurrent de Spotify et Deezer | Wiseband | Scoop.it
YouTube ne proposera plus seulement des vidéos. Selon des sources de l'industrie du disque, la plateforme américaine doit lancer un service de musique en 2013. Celui-ci proposera un accès gratuit, financé par la diffusion de publicités, et un accès payant, via un abonnement mensuel. Il se posera en concurrent de Spotify et Deezer.

 

Ce YouTube consacré à la musique baserait son modèle économique sur le freemium. Il proposerait donc un accès gratuit de base, mais financé par la diffusion sporadique de messages publicitaires, et un accès payant donnant droit à des fonctionnalités supplémentaires. Contre un abonnement mensuel de quelques euros, l'internaute échappera en outre aux publicités diffusées en audio et / ou sur le site web.


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