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RadioIO Adds To Cast Of Characters

In a stock for stock transaction, Randy Michaels and his partner Marc Chase have exchanged ownership of their “pureplay recommendation system” called Up Your Ratings (UYR) for RadioIO  stock. Michaels and Chase also become strategic advisors to the company. It’s an announcement that has been in the works for a while – Michaels and RadioIO […]

Radioio’s Revenue Rises

IO World Media, the parent company of Radioio, has announced second quarter results that reflect revenue gains over a year ago. The company reports revenue of $473,321 in the second quarter of 2011 as compared to $191,544 for the same period in 2010, and a net loss of $197,774 as compared to $274,323 for the […]

Bubba’s A Big Deal For Internet Radio

Bubba The Love Sponge has left satellite radio in favor of Internet radio. In case you’re inclined to downplay this news due to Bubba’s renegade reputation, I’ll say that I think this is big news for Internet radio. Bubba The Love Sponge was a well known and highly fined shock jock of the Howard Stern […]

Is Bubba Headed to Internet Radio?

Bubba the Love Sponge has apparently been talking on his radio show about going to Radioio, a well established Internet radio platform that has been around for quite a while. That’s according to Motley Fool, an online investment magazine that spends a lot of time focused on Sirius XM who describes Radioio as “a wholly owned […]

Getting Consumers to Pay for Online Radio

Will consumers pay for online content they get now for free? That’s a question that Nielsen recently asked 27,000 consumers in 52 countries – and the answer was a resounding “maybe”. After 85% declared that they prefer getting their content for free, survey participants went on to indicate which content they would – or already […]

Flycast Spreads its Wings

Flycast is a lot more than a mobile platform for streaming Internet radio stations. According to their press release this week, deploying Internet radio content on the mobile web is just a piece of what their technology is built for. Their new ADdapt platform was built for radio and video content broadcasters, musicians, labels, sports entities […]

Congratulations to Pureplay Webcasters

Last week, “Pureplay” webcasters and Sound Exchange came to agreement on royalty rates for the use of sound recordings by Internet Radio stations for the period from 2006-2010. The deal, and analysis of it’s benefits, have been well summarized by David Oxenford (the attorney that represented the webcasters) here, and by Kurt Hanson, Publisher of RAIN: The […]

Streaming Lawsuit Targets Broadcasters – This Time

In 2003 Acacia Media Technologies sent letters to numerous adult Internet sites and radio webcasters demanding a license fee for the utilization of streaming technology. At that time, the California-based holding company Acacia Research claimed to hold patents on streaming, downloading and just about every form of digital audio and video distribution out there–including pushing MP3s from […]

Triton Digital To Sell Ads for ReplaceAds Network

Triton Digital has announced that they have inked an agreement to sell ReplaceAds Internet radio ad inventory. This adds more than a billion streaming audio and video impressions to Triton’s streaming network. “The ReplaceAds™ Network further increases our digital sales footprint allowing us to provide a dramatically larger, more exclusive list of affiliates to our advertisers,” said […]

Big National Advertisers Using Internet Radio

More and more national advertisers are using Internet radio every month. Whereas last year Katz Online Network was seeing 5 to 10 advertisers using their network of stations on a monthly basis, that number has grown to 15 to 20 this year. That’s a very healthy sign, according to Brian Benedik, President of Katz Online […]