L.A. TIMES SPOTLIGHTS SLACKER'S DJ-CENTRIC STRATEGY, OFFERS USER COUNT UPDATE

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Sep 20 2011 - 12:00pm

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The L.A. Times today published a feature on Slacker, particularly highlighting the 70 DJs that program the company's 150 stations. Slacker's director of music programming Scott Riggs tells the Times that the DJs use data like how many times a song was skipped or "loved" by users to curate the radio stations.

The article (here) also reveals that Slacker now has 30 million registered users, 6 million of whom tune in monthly. In May Slacker said they had 25 million users, 5 million of whom were active (more here).

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