Aggregator RadioFlag uses listener "flags" for personalized recommendations

Tuesday, February 7, 2012 - 11:10am

RadioFlagWeb radio aggregator RadioFlag lets listeners "flag" content through tweet-like messages. RadioFlag then uses that information to provide suggestions, trends and search results for other users.

The idea sounds similar to features offered by other aggregators. TuneIn, for example, lets users search radio streams by artist, using stations' playlists and now playing info. RadioFlag differs in relying on user-supplied information.

Radio World has much more coverage on the service, including analysis from Fred Jacobs, right here.

IHeartRadio continues to aggregate non-CC streams with addition of Greater Media's 22

Monday, January 9, 2012 - 9:00am

Online streams of stations in the Greater Media broadcast group will soon be available on Clear Channel's iHeartRadio platform.
Clear Channel announced today Greater Media’s 22 AM and FM radio stations in Boston, Philadelphia, Charlotte, Detroit and New Jersey will be available on the iHeartRadio platform beginning in April. iHeartRadio already offers more than 800 broadcast and online-only radio stations from 150 markets, plus iHeartRadio's custom stations feature.

Last month (our coverage here) Clear Channel announced it would make 570 Cumulus stations available on its application. That followed the addition of EMF's K-Love and Air1 programming (here), public radio WNYC (here), and Univision (here).

Inside Radio recently reported (here) on radio executives calling for the industry "to collectively embrace a universal app where consumers can access all broadcast radio streams, not just those owned by one company." app for iPhone, Android and TouchPad streams 4k radio stations

Friday, September 30, 2011 - 11:00pm's mobile app line-upToday Lifehacker spotlights, an app for iOS, Android and webOS TouchPads that streams over 4,000 radio stations. An extension of the website, the app lets users search by genre, city, language and save favorite stations. "If you get a phone call, the app will automatically pause and hand you off to take the call," writes Lifehacker (here).


Thursday, September 1, 2011 - 12:00pm

The UK’s all-in-one online radio platform Radioplayer is reportedly encouraging broadcasters to share listening data “in a bid to drive transparency of multi-platform listening via a common metric,” New Media Agerepo


Tuesday, August 16, 2011 - 11:00am

CBS Radio streams are no longer available through aggregator TuneIn Radio, reports AllAccess. A CBS spokesperson said “the split is due to licensing issues.”

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