It’s time for Internet Radio 2.0:
Independent and forward-thinking artists have an enormous opportunity now to get in front of listeners. Online stations have a chance to become next generation leaders, to provide rich new music, and most importantly to engage the listeners with them in their battle to find new sources of content.
Please, people, stand up and do the right thing, MOVE ON.
Sure. It’s a great opportunity for Creative Commons music — which sometimes allows on-demand redistribution — and for URL playlisting — which puts together a continuous listening experience without involving the webcasting regulations.
(link via Mike Dierken)
4 thoughts on “time for Internet Radio 2.0”
It’s a huge opportunity for sites like Webjay, but currently there’s only one!
That is indeed a conumdrum.
How come there is only one?
“How come there is only one?”
It’s a good question. Maybe because the WebJay idea is so damned elegant that nobody understands it. The idea seems so obvious, yet…