Triton Digital measures internet streams of broadcast radio stations and pure-plays and now reports that nearly half of all radio streams are done so on a mobile device, according to an article on Radio World.
Increased royalty costs are to blame as Pandora brings back 40-hour monthly usage cap for mobile listening. Pandora CEO Joe Kennedy believes that their mobile offering is in a similar situation to where their desktop offering was not long ago, according to an article on TechCrunch.
Television, newspapers and radio are in the process of being reinvented whether they like it or not.
Wall Street’s Coady Diemar Partners has released a survey sharing what we’ve been seeing for a while now: “Radio listening is gradually becoming more mobile.” Away-from-home listening has grown to 64% of all listening, up from 59% ten years ago.
The digital music scene has exploded during the past few years, and now there are apps galore to help enhance your world. Here are some highly rated apps that will give you hours of enjoyable listening wherever you are.
No 4G radio and no NFC payment technology: the only new radio on the iPhone 4S is a CDMA connection for travellers that, it turns out, most travellers won’t be able to use.
A contributed article from Triton Digital on a number of mobile and social innovations released as part of their Triton Loyalty platform to help keep businesses and consumers better connected.
Verizon Wireless has not been shy in the past about admitting it wants to charge all customers with mobile data plans based on a usage tier. CFO Fran Shammo indicated today that the conversion to metered data usage will take place this summer. This timing would put the Verizon switch from unlimited data for a fixed monthly fee to a tiered fee based on actual data usage about the time Apple is expected to introduce the next iPhone model.