Long Live Radio

Caroline Feraday | Posted 19.04.2014 | UK Entertainment
Caroline Feraday

Every week still it seems that I hear that something new will "kill the radio star". Spotify will kill off radio, Pandora streaming will kill off radio, Nick Grimshaw will kill off radio. It won't. Technologies change, but radio isn't a piece of technology. It has a soul, it's a connection... it's my friend.

Michael Rundle

Rdio Launches 'You.FM' Radio Stations Amid Challenge From Apple And Google | Michael Rundle | Posted 08.08.2013 | UK Tech

Imagine a radio station that played obscure Scandinavian indie pop, hopeful wistful fuzz-punk and Andrew WK track after Andrew WK track after obscure...

Google Set To Unveil Spotify Rival At I/O Conference?

Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 15.07.2013 | UK Tech

Google might be about to announce a competitor to Spotify. Er, again. The search engine giant already has a music store built into its Play app,...

Spotify Launches Browser App In Beta

Huffington Post UK | Michael Rundle | Posted 16.01.2013 | UK Tech

Spotify has launched an early preview of an in-browser version of its popular music streaming service. The site, which has opened in a limited beta...

'Spotify Is Doing Nothing For Music'

Pitchfork | Pitchfork | Posted 15.01.2013 | UK Tech

'Spotify Is Doing Nothing For Music'...

It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month - Fabulous Products for a Worthy Cause!

Claire Lynch | Posted 25.12.2012 | UK Style
Claire Lynch

Breast cancer affects so many lives, with almost 50,000 people being diagnosed every year in the UK alone, which equates to 1 person every 10 minutes. Just over 12,000 of those people die from the disease.

Commercial Radio Faces Digital Fight With Internet Music 'Streamers'

Colin Morrison | Posted 01.10.2012 | UK
Colin Morrison

Pundits predict that by 2020, the word 'broadcasting' will be foreign to anyone under 40, with listening domination then by the streamers whose revenue includes paid subscriptions, advertisements directed at non-subscribers, and music sales on behalf of labels and retail partners.

Twitmusic - Welcome to the Music Industries New Order

Andrew Telling | Posted 10.04.2012 | UK Tech
Andrew Telling

The music industry is changing. The old guard and a new order are curiously juxtaposed as one attempts to survive and adapt while the other evolves confidently on the periphery of an inevitable future. I am, of course, talking about the rise of social media and its continuing stronghold on how we learn about, listen to and buy our music.

Forget Disneyland, Welcome 'Avatar' Land

Posted 21.11.2011 | UK Entertainment

PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Disney has signed an exclusive deal to build attractions based on James Cameron's Avatar at its theme parks. The first Avatar...