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Cloudie TV Demo

The Cloudie TV Demo channel is Rathergood Dance, a dance music tv channel that has around 16 minutes of advertising per hour all using full 1080HD. The channel has a managed shedule that works out the time of day for the content and the metadata driven motion graphics with the […]

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BBC to appoint Podcast Commissioner

The BBC Director of Radio and Music, Bob Shennan, has given more detail about a new BBC audio app that’s in development and announced that he will be appointing a Podcast Commissioner. Addressing delegates at the Radiodays Europe conference in Vienna this morning, he also called for all of radio […]

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iHeartMedia files for bankruptcy protection

The largest internet radio company in the US says it has enough cash to sustain itself during proceedings. iHeartMedia, the largest internet radio broadcasting company in the US, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Thursday. Operator of the iHeartRadio music streaming service, iHeartMedia has been saddled by massive debt since its […]

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Research report explores the internet radio market

The Global Internet Radio Industry: 2018 Market Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Internet Radio Market. The report provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure. The Internet Radio marketanalysis is provided for the international markets including development trends, […]

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Small Scale DAB trial to be extended to 2020

The ten small-scale DAB triallists operating multiplexes around the UK will continue their service till 31 March 2020. By extending the trial period, around 150 radio services will continue to be available to listeners in the test areas. The trial extension will also allow Ofcom to continue gathering useful information […]

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Radio shines during the snow and icy weather

Radio stations across the UK have reported some of the highest ever spikes in online listening during the recent severe weather conditions. School closures, blocked roads and travel disruption led the headlines, and the radio industry went into overdrive to keep listeners informed. Presenters, journalists and other station staff all […]

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