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Pandora to Introduce 40-Hour Monthly Limit on Free Mobile Listening

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Pandora said it will introduce a 40-hours-per-month limit on free mobile listening, as the Internet radio company looks to manage rising royalty costs....
Pandora to Introduce 40-Hour Monthly Limit on Free Mobile Listening

A List Of Yahoo's Terrible Acquisitions (And Some Good Ones!)

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SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc announced on Monday it would shell out $1.1 billion to buy blogging service Tumblr, in a bid to revitalize its brand and attract a younger generation of users. Yahoo has been criticized for making big acquisitions that have not always reaped lasting returns. Under...
A List Of Yahoo's Terrible Acquisitions (And Some Good Ones!)
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Pandora's Web radio bill is doomed - well, for now

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If yesterday's hearing on Capitol Hill was any indication, Internet Radio Fairness doesn't have enough Congressional support. [Read more]...
Pandora's Web radio bill is doomed - well, for now

Spotify releases artist-branded apps, Quincy Jones and Rancid pick your music for you

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Finding new music can be difficult. And sure, internet radio services like Pandora are all well and good, but can you really trust their algorithms to chose your music for you? What you need is an experienced tastemaker, like Quincy Jones or Tiësto or those dudes in Disturbed, whatever...
Spotify releases artist-branded apps, Quincy Jones and Rancid pick your music for you

Freebie Friday: Get a free year of SiriusXM Internet radio

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No, Siriusly, it's totally free, no strings attached. You don't even have to provide a credit card. [Read more]...
Freebie Friday: Get a free year of SiriusXM Internet radio

Pandora's Loss Widens, but Sales Jump

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Pandora Media Inc. on Wednesday reported a wider loss for its fiscal first quarter on higher costs, but its revenue jumped 58 percent and the Internet radio company raised its outlook. Its shares rose 11 percent to $11.45 in after-hours trading. Read the rest of this post on the original...
Pandora's Loss Widens, but Sales Jump

Pandora buys FM radio station in a wily move to fight music companies

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You might think that the biggest threat to Pandora right now is the just-announced iRadio, but Apple's upcoming music service isn't nearly as dangerous to Pandora's bottom line as music companies are. Pandora has been caught in a long and protracted battle to ensure that it can continue to...
Pandora buys FM radio station in a wily move to fight music companies

Pandora Pays Drake Nearly $3 Million A Year

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Streaming music might not be so bad for artists after all, as Pandora CEO Tim Westergren revealed today that some artists are making more than $2 million a year.  While that's not across the board, even some of the lesser-known music artists on the service make at least $100,000 per...
Pandora Pays Drake Nearly $3 Million A Year

Radio Towers Gone in Ten Years: Win, Lose or Draw for Social Media?

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Though not as widely covered as some of the other speakers at D8, Vivian Schiller, president of NPR, made a few heads spin with her statement that Internet radio will take the place of terrestrial radio within ten years. One would be hard pressed to find another major executive at...
Radio Towers Gone in Ten Years: Win, Lose or Draw for Social Media?

Pandora Revenue Climbs 54%; CEO to Step Down

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Pandora Media posted a wider loss in the fourth quarter despite a 54% jump in revenue. The Internet radio company also said its chief executive will be stepping down....
Pandora Revenue Climbs 54%; CEO to Step Down

Harman brings trio of JBL speakers and pair of AV receivers to CES

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Harman has joined several other companies in jumping the CES gun, announcing five new products it's bringing to the show. First up is the JBL Charge, a hardy Bluetooth speaker which promises an impressive 12 hours of tunes on a single charge. If you are willing to sacrifice some...
Harman brings trio of JBL speakers and pair of AV receivers to CES
Pandora's Internet radio bill hits a wall of opposition in Congress

iHeartRadio slips local news into streams, hopefully without the used car ads

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The advent of internet radio let many of us tune into music we never would have heard without packing our bags for a trip. However, it often keeps us isolated from events just outside our door -- a disconnect that Clear Channel wants to end through its newly launched...
iHeartRadio slips local news into streams, hopefully without the used car ads

Pioneer reveals two Elite AV receivers with AirPlay/DLNA

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Pioneer has taken the covers off to new additions to its Elite range of AV receivers. Both the Elite VSX-42 and the Elite VSX-60 sport AirPlay support for loss-less iTunes and iOS streaming, as well as support for DLNA (1.5) and Bluetooth audio streaming with an optional Bluetooth adapter. They...
Pioneer reveals two Elite AV receivers with AirPlay/DLNA
Pandora still in the red despite soaring ad revenue & 3.3B listener hours in Q2
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Pandora reveals how much it pays per artist, says it's too much

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On Tuesday, Pandora founder Tim Westergren published some interesting numbers in a sort of confusing company blog post. According to the post, Pandora pays out a decent amount of money to thousands of artists - some of whom are well-known, such as Adele and Lil Wayne, and some of...
Pandora reveals how much it pays per artist, says it's too much

77 million Americans will listen to Internet radio streams (on computers & mobile devices) by January 1, 2015. -- http://bit.ly/969F8n

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77 million Americans will listen to Internet radio streams (on computers & mobile devices) by January 1, 2015. -- http://bit.ly/969F8n

Today's Scuttlebot: Crime Maps and Internet Radio Trouble

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The technology reporters and editors of The New York Times scour the Web for important and peculiar items. Tuesday's selection includes the sentencing of three men in the Hewlett-Packard spying case who worked for a private investigation firm, a look at the economics of online music services and an argument...
Today's Scuttlebot: Crime Maps and Internet Radio Trouble

Pandora Misses Targets; Shares Tumble

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Shares of Internet radio provider Pandora Media sank 17 percent on Tuesday after the company lowered its full-year guidance and predicted a previously unexpected loss in its fourth quarter. The company did top analysts’ estimates for the three months ended in October, as revenue rose 60 percent to $120 million,...
Pandora Misses Targets; Shares Tumble
Pandora CEO Joe Kennedy Steps Down, Stock Surges 20%

Make music? Here's how to find out if SoundExchange owes you digital royalties

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US digital royalties collection and distribution entity SoundExchange has released a list of more than 50,000 musicians and record labels that are owed tens of millions of dollars, the non-profit organization announced today. As you may know, SoundExchange has been entrusted by the Library of Congress to handle royalties for sound recordings streamed on Internet...
Make music? Here's how to find out if SoundExchange owes you digital royalties

Rdio redesign hands-on

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With Spotify getting all the love from the tech press since its US launch last year, fellow music streaming sites have no doubt been scrambling a bit to get back on the radar, a fact likely only compounded by its embrace of Facebook and a number of third-party apps. Late...
Rdio redesign hands-on

Bloom.fm Is A Mobile-First Music Streaming Service That's Playing To A Different Tune

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The news that Google has launched its own all-you-can-eat music steaming service, catchily named ‘Google Play Music All Access‘, didn’t come as a surprise. There had been rumours that the search giant was planning to create a Spotify/Rdio/Deezer competitor for some time. Why has it done so? Apparently it had...
Bloom.fm Is A Mobile-First Music Streaming Service That's Playing To A Different Tune

Pandora, royalty collection service wrangle over musicians' fees

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Pandora, the online music streaming service, and SoundExchange, a royalty collection service, squared off Wednesday over royalty rates before a House subcommittee on intellectual property, competition and the Internet. Pandora CEO Joe Kennedy backs legislation that would change how royalties are levied on companies that stream music on the...
Pandora, royalty collection service wrangle over musicians' fees

CDNify launches, based on OnApp's federated CDN

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A month after OnApp launched its CDN-in-a-box package for resellers, here comes an exemplary result: a new, startup-oriented content delivery network (CDN) called CDNify. CDNs using OnApp’s federation (OnApp also has its own effort here, CDN.net) can tap into the spare capacity of service providers around the world, with more...
CDNify launches, based on OnApp's federated CDN

Pandora cranked out over 13 billion hours of music in 2012

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Springing into the new year, internet radio heavyweight Pandora has released some of its major statistics from 2012. The company states that 1.6 billion personalized radio stations were created and that it played over 13 billion hours of music. These hefty stats translate to the service's users listening to...
Pandora cranked out over 13 billion hours of music in 2012
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