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Where to find classy Halloween indie Internet radio this weekend

This Saturday night all the big streaming music services will, as usual, cook up perfectly decent curated Halloween channels. But here are various indie online sources that will offer something better than the norm. Classical station WQXR in New York’s Q2 “living composers” channel will be running their second Halloween scarathon with 20th century content […]

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Sex and Broadcasting: A Documentary About WFMU

WFMU doc will screen soon in New York, then San Francisco

Some tickets are still available for Sex and Broadcasting: A Film About WFMU (our review here). The documentary will premiere at the Doc NYC festival on November 15 and 17. Director Tim K. Smith will appear at both showings at the IFC Film Center in Manhattan. There’s also a San Francisco showing scheduled for February. Full details […]

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Mad Genius Radio

Mad Genius Radio Debuts Personalized Ad-Free Subscription Radio

A new streaming music radio platform launched today, Mad Genius Radio. Entering into an increasingly crowded space, Mad Genius differentiates itself by customizing each station to the individual listener rather than relying on data correlated and aggregated across audiences to program music choices. Founder Eric Neumann is a radio industry veteran with more than twenty […]

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Radio Survivor Academic Series

Introducing the Radio Survivor Academic Series

The work of media history serves to not only enrich our understanding of the past and of the everyday use of communications technologies, but it also offers helpful methods and frameworks for making sense of new technological developments and new uses and practices. A number of scholars have tempered the revolutionary claims of newness that […]

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Future of Music Policy Summit Begins Monday

The Future of Music Coalition is holding its 14th annual Policy Summit this week in Washington DC. The Summit features keynote presentations from FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn, Damin Kulash of the band OK Go, Jon Abodeely from the President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities, and comedian, writer and radio artist Harry Shearer. Last year […]

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Deezer Acquires Stitcher

Deezer Buys Stitcher – What It Means for Podcasting

This morning the global #2 streaming music service Deezer announced that it is acquiring Stitcher, the audio platform focused on talk, entertainment and podcasts. In an interview Deezer Chief Marketing Officer Beth Murphy explained that the deal is intended to help introduce more talk listeners to streaming music, while also provide music listeners with talk […]

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