Internet radio

What the IAB Wants Ad Buyers to Know About Digital Audio

When was the last time you listened to an internet radio station or a podcast?

iHeartMedia and WeWork Will Target Entrepreneurs With Branded Podcasts

If radio is the "soundtrack for work," then iHeartMedia and co-working network WeWork are hoping to redefine the soundtrack for entrepreneurs.

In the Earbud Era, Sonic Branding Is Marketing’s Biggest Missed Opportunity

Can you remember the last time you closed your eyes to hear a sound clearly? To ingest the soothing comfort of a babbling brook, to absorb the effortless harmony of a choir, to listen to another human's heartbeat?

Pandora Rolls Out In-Car Ads

Pandora's ad business just got wheels.The Internet radio giant has launched its first in-car advertising product, just in time for the launch of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The company has signed its first in-car radio ad deals with BP, Ford, State Farm and Taco Bell, said officials.

How to Build a Huge Video Site Overnight Through Unintentional Clicks

This past spring, a site called Freestreams.com was one of the fastest growing video properties on the Web. It had come from out of nowhere to reach 7 million unique […]

Apple to Challenge Spotify in Internet Radio

Apple's anticipated launch of a new music streaming service will be the "highlight" of its annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on Monday, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Diehard Apple Fans Would Flock to Company’s Internet Radio Service Without Hesitation

Consumers apparently have a lot of blind faith in Apple.

Pandora CEO Kennedy Out

Pandora’s total revenue in 2012 jumped 56 percent to $427.1 million. Fourth quarter revenue surged by 54 percent to $125.1 million. And advertising revenue has been on a similar trajectory, up 56 percent to over $375 million.

Lawmakers Ponder Disparity in Internet Radio Fairness Act

A bill to lower music performance royalties for Internet radio is probably dead on arrival in Congress unless traditional broadcasters that have never paid a penny to musicians are asked to pay up.