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What’s next for podcasting? – TechCrunch

What’s next for podcasting? – TechCrunch The podcast market will discover the answer to a foundational question about its future in the next few years. Will it continue along the path of music streaming, where all podcasts are available everywhere on free, ad-supported tiers? Or, will it follow the path of …

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Despite privacy concerns, music lovers are still grooving to smart speakers

Despite privacy concerns, music lovers are still grooving to smart speakers Smart speaker users are increasingly turning to music streaming services on their smart speakers but a new survey indicates that nearly half of all users still have concerns about privacy. The post Despite privacy concerns, music lovers are still …

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Pandora and iHeartRadio subscription streams to impact Billboard’s charts – TechCrunch

Pandora and iHeartRadio subscription streams to impact Billboard’s charts – TechCrunch Billboard will begin using Pandora Premium and iHeartRadio subscription streams to inform its Billboard 100 and Billboard 200 charts, along with other streaming-inclusive charts, the company announced this week. Before, only Pandora’s radio spins were included. According to Pandora, the …

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iHeartRadio opens up its playlists to all users with launch of Playlist Radio – TechCrunch

iHeartRadio opens up its playlists to all users with launch of Playlist Radio – TechCrunch iHeartRadio is best known for its free service offering thousands of live, streaming AM and FM radio stations and its ability to create your own custom station, similar to Pandora. Today, the company is adding …

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iHeartRadio has filed for bankruptcy but don’t worry — it isn’t going anywhere

iHeartRadio parent company iHeartMedia has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy after accruing more than $20 billion in debt, but how will this move end up affecting the company’s customers? The post iHeartRadio has filed for bankruptcy but don’t worry — it isn’t going anywhere appeared first on Digital Trends.

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