Twitter finally launched their much-anticipated #Music service, if you haven’t yet heard of it, you will soon. Songs are derived from iTunes, Spotify, or Rdio and can be listened to in their entirety by linking each of those services to the Twitter #Music app.
As a fairly mobile OS agnostic person I have purchased music from several different services in the past and am now on a mission to bring everything together and simplify my mobile music practices. There are several solutions available and the service that is best for you is highly dependent on the mobile device and operating system you use.
Music-streaming services are big business for labels and even the companies that offer them. But for artists, they’re not so great.
Samsung launched its Music Hub service in the U.S. on Tuesday. It’s an effort to capture some of the buzz around Spotify with a feature that combines a cloud music locker, unlimited song streaming, a radio player and a music store.
Couldn’t take off work to get to the Coachella music festival this year? Slacker Radio, a music-streaming service, has its own Coachella 2012 station, and it’s available right from the Bing Bar, a search toolbar for Internet Explorer users. (Microsoft likes to keep it all in the family.)
Clear Channel Announces the Return of the iHeartRadio Music Festival — the Biggest Live Concert Event in Radio History
Clear Channel, the leading media company in America with a greater reach than any radio or television outlet, today announced the return of the popular iHeartRadio Music Festival, the biggest live concert event in radio history — another two-day, star-studded festival, hosted at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on September 21 and 22, 2012.
Radio has always been one of the best ways to discover new music. A song would play on the radio and you would wait for the song title.
On Tuesday, Google redesigned and rebranded the Android Market app store to include digital content from the recently launched Google Music store.