23 Burst results for "Pandora Spotify"

"pandora spotify" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on WSB-AM

"It's about the kids and making sure that you bring a date if the data by Morgan well that probably not probably not going to happen but Russ is dad was best friends with cap'n her memory the famous radio legend redneck or said who knew that Merle Haggard I'm sure was not of a woman so Russ is been a part of the W. S. B. cap herbs circle for years so Russ I appreciate you coming out and it's good to see you in person my friend thanks a lot of very honored we are dad is very generous guy what was the best Christmas gift you ever got under the rusting gains Christmas less Paul a guitar why the car most people call the west Palm left as far as a good guitar yeah I can really knows yeah that's that's pretty awesome that meets Bender football by he was a great day yeah he he took your receipt you know he was hard to deal with sometimes going to mean you know you remember well he he would give us or order it was he was means ornery yeah yeah excellent well Russ I appreciate you make the trip down here buddy go shop for some more kids I will thank you thank you so much and all this time I thought that music came from Pandora and now you're telling me it comes from a guitar a woman named Les Paul thanks Rosie me too so here's the deal so Ross is the Don Juan of hall county okay so all the ladies that love Ross calm now to see the man in person and by Clark's Christmas kids some gifts like I have one right here Clark fifteen year old Leah she wants speakers for for her birthday when I was a kid speakers mad the big things in the living room you know that that is a liar exactly yeah the size of one of these water yes I don't know someone will help you buy them if you don't know what the gift is so that's all she wants is to give their their Bluetooth speakers and you can hook him up listening to Pandora Spotify whatever on your phone you can hook him up to that speaker and you're gonna have a nice full sound much better than your phone will provide I'm gonna ask my fellow Hebrew a Christmas trivia question here you mentioned Spotify which is a music streaming service which of your fellow Hebrew later why asking you government what is the most according to Spotify what is the most extreme the Christmas song Mariah Carey Adam Sandler's it is my Kerry that's right yeah I did something for your show once on an empowerment zone about.

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Dave Matthews, Anderson Paak and Maren Morris Form Lobby Group

The Frame

06:32 min | 1 year ago

Dave Matthews, Anderson Paak and Maren Morris Form Lobby Group

"Horn the music industry changes almost by the minute thanks to the internet and all kinds of streaming services these days it's a lot more complicated to figure out who gets paid for what well listeners are really good at adapting to the latest music platform the laws that govern them aren't quite so fast to catch up now is the music industry superstars including Dave Matthews and Anderson park have formed the music artists coalition it's a new Washington DC outfit that will lobby for musicians rights I spoke with reporters Lucas Shaw who broke the story for Bloomberg and he explained how musicians often have to rely on the federal government unlike a lot of other creative industry you the federal government has a huge role in affecting how artists especially how the song writers get compensated from all sorts of different parties so you either have judges or laws or some other government bodies determining how songwriters get paid by radio station by bars by restaurants by streaming services you know Pandora Spotify apple you name it and even last year Congress passed a new act called modernization act but also affected a lot of the royalty collection all the artists of the relationship between the music industry in Washington is very tight and artists are looking to make sure that into their voices heard whatever new laws and bills are being proposed the music modernization act went through a lot of iterations and was not easy to get passed to recording artist feel that there were things that were either cut out of that act or could have been stronger are they hoping that there might be other kinds of legislation going forward you know when I spoke with earning a daughter who's a manager everybody from Travis Scott to the eagles to Dan company at least involved in in working with all of them he said that he felt the bill was net neutral but it wasn't a bad thing but if if that was the best effort to making your and better for artists it didn't change a whole lot but I do think that this is as much about what's coming next as what has already happened because the fact is is that every year or two it seems that there is some new issue involving artist in Washington and there's certain laws that are currently on the books that they would love to see change if there is any way you know for example from an old telecommunications act that created the idea of safe harbor which is what allows a lot of free music to collaborate on you too that they would love to get rid of and the other complicating factor is they're different licenses that apply based on how a song is used there is the mechanical license which the license to copy and distribute the composition and there's the sound recording which is the performance of that song is that part of the problem to that rights and royalties are pretty complicated once you start taking them apart yeah I sometimes get confused explaining music rights to myself or to editors and I have to say you know you have the recording which is the musical performer you have the publisher which is a song writer and then within both of those you have your point mechanical performers are just so many different right very hard to keep track of very hard to know what is what and the fact is is that most artists don't know these things they're not keeping on they're not keeping tabs and they are relying on intermediaries whether it agent or publisher is certainly able to keep track of it for them but the idea behind you the company or the new lobbying group is we need professionally minded folks who understand the intricacies of the music business and can advocate on artist behalf in BC and make sure that there's no kind of contrast think decide because the fact is is that labels and publishers often have a different golden artist they obviously all want the music to be listened to but if the label can keep a little more the money that the artist is gonna keep they're probably gonna do that we're talking with Lucas shot at Bloomberg about a new lobbying effort by musicians Dave Matthews I suspect is not really hurting when it comes to whatever he's pay how much of what artists like Dave Matthews are doing or for himself and maybe for other lesser known less powerful art as they try to work for all song writers and performers I think a little bit of both so I'm I've been told the Dave Matthews for example is very upset that there's so much bootleg merchandise available on Amazon fans will pay for any new T. shirt or concert DVD or anything like that and if somebody else uploading it to Amazon Dave Matthews at their thing will why should some other person get money that should really go to be enter my bandmate though you've got lots of money part of it is is fighting the good banking but I do think you're right that you know the the names that have signed up for this Dave Matthews Band don Henley man Morris Anderson pock either big stars and when they say they're getting behind an issue that forces other people to pay attention and come to the table and it makes it easier for them to look out for the little guy it also strikes me as a little bit odd that one of the people who is involved in this is Irving aids off and people have been around the music business know that Irving has been Hey he's been a manager he's been a promoter it does feel like he is almost on the other side of this equation where ARE Irving A.'s office priorities aligned with that of some of the artists I mean look Irving has had almost every job in the music business he ran after he ran a record label but I think the through line through his career has for the most part been standing up to the artist in particular in this leader phase of his career he has tried whether self interested or not to get a flight for artists right and art is getting more money in the face of you know large tech companies playing the consolidation of record labels you know earning a thought came of age in the music industry that looked a lot different than it did say a lot more diffuse you had more different labels you had more different salaries now they're just a handful of companies that can control things in tow Irving answered made it is critical or to be saved that giant for some of these artists and one of the overriding complications I assume is the rise of streaming services so let's just say I pay ten Bucks to go into a bar there streaming Spotify there's a song by the eagles is that part of the problem that the green not that kind of calculation in a digital era is incredibly complicated a lot of people feel like the streaming kana me has been built for example is to the detriment of the song writers that's just one of many ways that when you have a new type of economy that it has in the shift from CD's I tune about dreaming there's both opportunity and peril and who collects the

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

Recode Media with Peter Kafka

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka

"I had done some internet, litigation when I was in New York City, so I had some kind of internet background. So he brought me on board with the so long ago that launch dot made ideas, they were distributing DVD's and CDs, right? Yeah, good memory. Yeah. I remember those things, so yes. But at the same time, you know, a year after that. A year after I started if you look at what launch dot com was, it was Pandora Spotify and vivo all of those services were part of the launch enterprise. Alternately launch got acquired by Yahoo Dave left, soon thereafter. I stayed because they gave me the opportunity to, you know, run Yahoo sports. So, so that was kind of my big break, if you will, where I was a lawyer doing business affairs work and some litigation. And then the, the person who is running the media group at that time, got to know me a little bit yahu sports job opened up, and he asked me to stretch and move move out of business affairs and into a GM role for ios force. And so you've. So you've been on the internet for a couple decades. So first web, boom tone. Now is there anything about having that perspective that, that her flip it around? So right now, all the internet companies are focused on one heels in, in younger, folks. Is there stuff for you think? Oh well this worked for us at Yahoo launch, and then someone has to explain to you. Jimmy doesn't work that way anymore. It's actually the opposite. So it's fascinating when I was at launch, we had a protocol launch cast, which, again was very Pandora, like it was just very very early. But it was it was personalized not customized personalized radio. We're algorithms were kicking into play, you know, looking at what Peter Kafka was playing, and then, and then recommending and playing songs that were contemptuously relevant to you and it works really, really well again, it was too early is, is, is everything. And so if you fast forward today, we're about two thousand nineteen and. We're still as an industry, trying to get our heads around this idea of content to the right user at the right time, you'd think at this point, it would be commonplace across every digital product. But I think people are still working through that. So I think if anything launched laws was way way ahead of its time. And so you still hearing echoes of it. I am in Bristol. I am Jimmy, thanks to come to New York. I appreciate it. Thanks for having me pleasure. Thanks again to you guys for listening and also to our sponsors, help pay for this show so you can listen to it for free. We love our sponsors, Recode, media's produced by gold Arthur, just edited by Joel Robbie who hopefully left all the golden references into this podcast. Please leave the mental if you like this podcast, and I bet you do because you're listening to me right now tell a friend about it. Leave a rating for us and apple podcasts or anywhere that has podcast ratings. Thanks for listening Caesar. Hi, I'm Ashleigh Carmen of the verge and I'm Linda meet of the goods by vox. And we are the hosts of wide, you push that button, a show where we confronts the decisions that technology forces us to make and good news. We're back and we've got new episodes out now. This season will be tackling topics like why people slide into DM's why people run anonymous accounts. Plus, we will also have special miniseries about death online, eventually will be more dead people on Facebook than living, people listen to wide. You push that in every Wednesday on apple podcasts Spotify, or your favorite podcast app, and subscribe for free to get our new episodes, automatically little see later.

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7 fixes we want to see for Siri

Talking Tech

04:55 min | 1 year ago

7 fixes we want to see for Siri

"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple and smart. That place is ZipRecruiter, where growing businesses. Connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech. Talk ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire. So every year around this time in June, I had off the San Jose to visit the apple worldwide, developers conference where apple stands up on stage and talks about all the new pool features that will be coming to the iphone and the ipad in the fall. And we always get an update about Siri the often maligned personal assistant, which has fallen far behind Amazon, and Google so will apple take action this year and get it on parody. I doubt it. But, you know, I've got some ideas about seven things, I'd love to see apple bring to Siri that could help the cause ready everybody, I'm Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking tech number one retire. Here's what I found on the web series. A voice activated assistant, and thus should respond with voice answers. Get conversational ask Syria question. Get an answer getting a follow up. It does it sometimes, but not always, and I think they could do a way better job. This is a big one opened Siri up to the entire I phone ipad. We can use Siri to hell an Uber or lift or pay fifty dollars to a friend Bill, but we can't book a hotel. The an installed Tripadvisor app. Look travel information on the Google trips app or use our voice to see the trailer to Aladdin on YouTube, Siri only works with ten to demeans certain subject areas in it really needs to update it to all apps on the iphone understand me when we posed this question on how to improve Syria social media. The number one reply was this. She never understands what I'm saying hasn't gotten much better since twenty eleven series should be able to understand our voice fix shortcuts. You probably don't even know what I'm talking about about this one last year. Apple announced a series of shortcuts, that would have the voice assistant create routines. Based on your daily usage, for instance, apple sister, would notice if you ordered coffee every day with the same app, then then Siri might suggest a beverage that could be ordered automatically the problem. It's way too hard to use for the average. Consumer you have to go into settings to find the apple suggestions. Come on, guys. We can do way, better Cav, Siri play music from everywhere. Not just apple music, this big, you ask Syria to play any song from an app on your phone, and I have Google play music, YouTube music, Spotify in Pindar and Syria says, I can't play from that service because it only works with apple music, you know, that does a great job of making sure that people check out the voice activation on Pandora Spotify and other apps. This is pigheaded apple needs to get better. Finally, get serious about home kit, the other day I checked out new TV's physio, which have apples home kit software, which are tools to work with Siri built into the system, and it was beautiful. You could use Siri and the iphone. To change the channel find a specific TV show and mirror content. From your phone to view on the TV. The only problem I know how cool home kit is most people have no idea because Amazon, and Google really aggressive getting Alexa, in Google to work with thousands of products sixty thousand for Amazon to thirty thousand for Google and apple just two hundred eighty seven apple has got its work cut out for it. I'm Jefferson Graham. What would you like to see from Siri? Let's talk about it on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech subscribe to the show wherever you listen to online audio. I'll be back tomorrow with another quick hit from the world attack. Hiring used to be hard, it was and still is one of the biggest challenges businesses face before it meant dealing with endless stacks of resumes flipping through them, and hoping the perfect candidate jump out at you and the manual review process wasn't any easier. But in today's high tech world hiring can be easy and you only have to go. To one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk with their powerful matching technology ZipRecruiter scans thousands of resumes to find the most qualified contenders for your job and to actively invites them to apply. Ziprecruiter is so effective that four out of five employers who post on the site get a qualified candidate within the first day. And right now, talking tech listeners can try ZipRecruiter. For free at this exclusive web address ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash T. E. C. H. T A, L K, ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech. Talk ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire.

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"Alexa, what can we do in the car?"

Talking Tech

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"Alexa, what can we do in the car?"

"Hiring is challenging, but there's one place you can go. We're hiring is simple. And smart that place is ZipRecruiter. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. So I've been spending the last week in my car with Alexa, asking her a lot of questions because I've been testing out to really cool tiny units that fit in the cigarette lighter entering Alexa, the car, let me tell you all about it. On today's episode talking tech. I'm Jefferson Graham. So the unit from Ankara's called the rove Viva and the unit from garment is called garments speak. We're talking fifty dollars in one hundred dollars for units that go right in the cigarette lighter connect to your smartphone for the internet and bring the joy of sending queries to everyone's favorite personal assistant as you drive along think about the need. You're driving down a dark deserted highway. You'd like Alexa, defined you gas station. You have a yen for japodlay of all things. You would like to know where the nearest japodlay is or you're just in the mood for music specific music. That's not going to come up on command on the radio. You wanna have Pandora Spotify or Amazon music plays songs by Drake. Jason meraz. Diana Krall it, and you don't feel like pulling over to start working smartphones to make these things happen. So having these units in the car is a huge vital need way. More important in a car than in the home as we really don't want to use her hands or is anything but driving. I have bluetooth in my twenty twelve Hundai, and it's good for just one thing making calls. I can't use it for music news podcasts or any other driving essential in the system messes up with using voice features on my phone making it inoperable. So with these units you plug them into the cigarette lighter you download the companion app, and you connect the units. Then you additionally, go to the Amazon Alexa app to add additional skills note that the speak is meant to be attached to the windshield and comes with a super long and annoying cord. The garments suggests wrapping around the windshield. That's easy. Easier said than done what could I do play music on command from Amazon music Pandora Spotify. Tune in I heart radio check calendar. Advance to it the time whether add to or create a shopping list, get directions with a caveat. The Garmin unit will give me turn turn directions and announce them plus show a little visual on the back of the unit. The rove will not do directions. Maybe to get the directions. You have to open up your ways or Google maps app. Use the voice direction to tell them where you wanna go. And then the apps will read your directions out loud through the unit. So that that's fine. The rove unit makes phone calls the garment speak does not also know that you'll be eating away your battery the Garmin unit does not have a charter slot while the rove has to. So a unit that cost fifty bucks brings Alexa functionality simply that has to charging outlets as well. And it can make phone calls. I'm in love, the speak gives me functionality. And I appreciate the traffic information. But I hate the long cord, and the fact that I can't use it to make calls. So for me. It's the Viva hands down for those of you listening who prefer the gulag assistant, both rove and J B L will have to go assistant products, similar products out later this year and do know that Amazon has a similar product called eco auto. But it's invite only no word from Amazon a win. This will be a consumer release. That's the low down on driving along with Alexa, questions thoughts with me on Twitter, where I'm at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please describe the show on apple podcasts or wherever you listen to online audio please favored the show on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show and as always thanks everyone. Listening in need of great talent for your business but short on time. You don't have to get lost in a huge stack of resumes to find your perfect hire. You just need the right, tools smarter too. Tools with ZipRecruiter you can post your job to over one hundred of the web's leading job boards with just one click then ZipRecruiter. Actively looks for the most qualified candidates and invites them to apply. So you never miss a great match. No wonder eighty percents of employers who post on ZipRecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day. Find out today why ZipRecruiter has been used by businesses of all sizes and industries to find the most qualified job candidates with immediate results right now. Talking tech listeners can post jobs on ZipRecruiter for free. That's right free. Just go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. One more time to try it for free. Go to ZipRecruiter dot com slash tech talk. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire.

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on This Week In Google

"This is this was before Madame a had a smart home capabilities. So this was twenty fourteen twenty fifteen and what it did is actually it was two thousand fifteen CS timeframe. And when your air freshener went in it spit out, some air, freshener, your Ness could turn on so blow it around the house. I'm not kidding. That is fascinating. And disturbing by. I don't. So you have fresh Rhody for breakfast. So I will tell you I use the itell- Madame ADA turn on our to preheat my June. All the time. Do you wonderful smells like wet dog in here? Entry now wake you up with YouTube music or Pandora. Spotify was added last year now Pandora and by the way, I want to say. Peripherally Pandora now has twit. So you can in fact wake up to this we Google if you wish. Techno pedic. Panic. Google. Google maps has added the blight of the nation lime scooters to it's maps. Now in eighty cities. Did you read the article fascinating article that analyzed how long these public LeBron scooters last the and uneconomical this whole thing is guy ready something like that? Yeah. I don't know if it was and how often they get thrown into leaks. Well, that's another problem. This is from courts have how do you like that courts app, by the way, you like that app? I can't figure out if I like it or not it's kind of be like a social network. Yeah. They've been advertising. Content. Shared scooters. Don't laxed long Alison Griswold did a data analysis in Louisville. Yeah. Yeah. A hundred so basically she found out the average lifespan of a scooter is twenty eight point eight days. Gee, it costs them five hundred four fifty one dollars to buy the scooter. They also have to spend a significant amount of money with the city to license..

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"That will keep you from going off line in an online world. I'm Kim commando w I s. All right. You need to make sure that you get the commando on-demand podcasts. And now, by the way with all of our podcasts tech news today and tech news this week, you can get them on Syria as well as Alexa. So you just have to say, hey, Siri play the I don't want to say because then my phone wake up and speaking big commando on demand is that this week. Don't care about us. Michael jackson. I'm not really sure how that happened with Surrey. What how did that happen? How did how did Michael Jackson get to be part of that? I'm glad seamlessly happened. Okay. Well, that's because Yuri. We're gonna put that down. We're gonna never talk to her. Then she's out of my life. Michael jackson. She's out of my life. She's out of my life. Okay. He's but anyway, commando onto man what you wanna do is with your on I tunes or Google play. Make sure that you get the latest episodes. And of course, we have some really great ones this week about your gut and cancer, and what you should be eating and not as well. As tech news today in tech news this week. So if you're on I tunes or Google play Pandora Spotify. Wherever you get your podcast, make sure that you get the free commando podcast because she's now out of my life. We have another hour coming up. You don't wanna miss ever here on the fabulous west star multimedia network..

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"Net for your gigabit, fiber. They've been shadowing AT and T and California and are much better deal and a less e will corporation to deal with we have a choice of both in our neighborhood. And I've never heard any complaints about sonic checked not available for me. Unfortunately. Oh, that's ex-. I will I will check later. But we since we already have direct TV here. I think I'll probably get a better deal from AT and T because it's like all all in one. It's bundled. It's bundled and Patrick writes in with a couple of links about Steve Carell 's new show that is based on the news space force, then Donald Trump wants us to have. And it looks pretty funny. I definitely recommend checking out the trailer. It's it's not really a trailer as teaser, but it's still funny. You know? Know, Ben writes us in the lower left corner of your site has anyone ever noticed the smiley face down there? I used to put a random period in the middle of page that would hyper linked to PDF's flip books. You should make that thing. Click bowl for some kind of Easter egg. We will do that with all of our time and creativity. Well, we're not going to do that. Because what that smiley face is is the WordPress stats gif. So we don't even post that we don't even see it Brian. And I don't even see it because we're logged in so we don't get that that thing. So I went to a private window and popped it up. And I saw and I'm like, oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's the old hip Ford press tracking gift so yeah, we're not going to do anything with that. Sorry. We we don't care about Easter eggs anymore. We're to gun dimpled for that. Yeah. Too old. He also writes, I understand Brian's perspective. What streaming Pandora Spotify, etc. Has done to the music industry. But my Pandora on random has played artists that I had no idea about I enjoyed the music and bought tracks for my tunes or saw show. A okay. So what do I think about that? I agree popular artists aren't getting their do from they services, but what about the little garage band guys? They're not really getting much money either. In fact, I just listened to a really interesting podcast that was talking about the how performing rights are trying to get there, aren't there aren't universally. There's not like a UPC code for a song. And what's happening is is songs are being misidentified and people aren't getting the money right now, they're trying to solve the problem. But it's not working great as far as like things like, you know, Pandora and random and finding new artists there used to be something called radio that did that before listed and k rock only played the red hot chili peppers and all my complaints from earlier in the show. So I don't have a problem with Pandora a lot of people really enjoy it. And it does seem to be the new radio in way to find a same thing with Spotify playlist and things like are artists based radio stations that the algorithms put together, which is it's nice. It's nice to find new music that way. So it's great. I just wanna. Get paid. I listen to Pandora all day long. The one thing that irks this shit out of me about Pandora is. Because I I listened to it through my Sonos. There's a four hour limit on Sonos and Pandora. So the it will just stop right randomly. So you have to you know, either open up the app or walk over to your Sonos and press the play button. Again, it is really annoying. But yeah, I listened to Sona listen to my Sonos with Pandora all day long, cause my roommate, and I have like a shared playlist that we just kind of curate as we go. It's like oh, thumbs up down. And we've curated it for a couple of years now is really good. We find find a ton of new music from it. And we we really enjoy it. Goo Philo writes in all right? I used to visit Sweden all the time. But since paying for content got easier. I let the skills laps. Now. I find myself unable to find some content on any service or I have to sign up for stupidly priced memberships to see it. Please guys..

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10 essential apps for your phone

Talking Tech

03:06 min | 2 years ago

10 essential apps for your phone

"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com with wicks you can use artificial design intelligence to create a stunning website right from your phone in five minutes or less. Just go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your professional website today. Perhaps you have a new phone or it's been awhile since you updated your app roster. I put a list together looking at the landscape of free and essential apps that I think everybody would want on their phones, I'm Jefferson Graham with USA today. You're listening to talking tech. Here we go ten apps that you wanna have quick end maps ways better than Google maps. Because it just shows you the fastest way to get somewhere period, ride hailing. I hate Uber surge pricing lift does it less often photos. Google photos is free. It makes an automatic backup of every photo taken on your smartphone. If you don't have it go download it now, pay your friends a lot of people like then MO for splitting pizza and rent. I prefer van mo- owner pay pal because their app is less buggy food delivery post mates Uber eats or door. Dash will I vote for door? Dash I like the visual look of the app in the ten dollars. Monthly flat rate unlimited. Delivery charge. Smart assistant Siri will never be smartest. We wanted to be. So use the Google assistant app. Instead password manager instead of struggling to remember hundred different passwords type in one master password dash lane and let it do the work music Pandora Spotify or you to music while sorry YouTube, but Spotify makes better music selections for me calendar, the barebones, apple and Google calendars. Don't look anywhere as pretty as fantastic hell to Email, Ditto unbear- bones Microsoft's outlook and also we've in multiple accounts in your outlook calendar as well. Those are my ten choices for essential apps. Did I miss any of yours? Let the debate begin on Twitter when at Jefferson Graham, you've been listening to talking tech, please subscriber show on apple podcasts Institure, and thanks everyone for listening. Talking tech is brought to you by wig. Dot com. When you're ready to get your website up and running you wanna be able to do it quickly and efficiently and wicks dot com. Got you covered they developed artificial design intelligence that creates a stunning website for you with wicks, you can create your own professional website right from your phone, which means you can open your own online store portfolio or blog wherever you are. How's that for efficient? Just go to wicks dot com. Decide what you need a website for pick your style at your own images link your social accounts and just like that your website is ready. You'll look amazing on every device desktop and mobile and it takes less than five minutes. Plus, you can do it with one hand. So it's time to get started. Go to wicks dot com. That's W I X dot com and create your very own beautiful professional website today.

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on Late Night Parents

Late Night Parents

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on Late Night Parents

"Who do this shows everyone for the most part those show by weekly? Okay. We are like the grossest to stars aren't on beats one. Okay. Don't get me wrong. I love BBB. We're running tunes. We're on. I two. Okay. Okay. So we're we're in the family. The problem is you go behind these pay walls. No one could find you ever again, they make some shit for. Then again, that's not no one can is. Because they've got somebody this scribes now that I guess they're happy with those can get twenty million scrubbers. How many people have cell phones kit? Well, how many billions yes, right? Yes. So. I guess thought is you put beats one in an open market on some of these stations. Then I think for the most part, you might have something people listen to beats one. But then you lose the incentive to subscribe to you. Do you do? So they get their own catch twenty two. Yeah. It is. It really is. Because if I can get it for free. Then why am I right? But you're subscribing for the music, right? But then again, the music's everywhere. I mean, I know we've had like an initiative I was Connie. I think might been Jay Z kind. You. Did it say I'm gonna release something on beats one on and never gonna get it anywhere else. Yes. Except three or four month later released. So why why bother title title? Thank you title before. Title before. So you. So you. I'm not so sure about this. But. I don't know. I think it was a good from the business busy it. Sure. Because you can then quantify the these scrubbers. But again, how many music subscription services does one need. I just have one. Right now, I'm paying for none. We'll technically guy. So I am Amazon prime subscriber. So get music, but apple music, I'm paying for apple music. I'm not paying for Pandora Spotify. I wasn't paid Spotify subscriber for a while. My reopen. Spotify my favorite service. Okay. Penned over the co-second. I think I don't even know if I told you I clicked my series XM. That's a rough one. I clipped it not even well, you might get you get it with the car. With the old car was getting rid of it..

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on Who Charted

Who Charted

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on Who Charted

"Remember, always to check out prem- stream on Stitcher premium last week. We did a great Halloween cheerleader mixes and this upcoming week. I think you'll really enjoy what we've got cooking up for November, the forbidden chart, the forbidden chart, also gang checkout. Pod swag. That's where we sell who charted shirts. Also, I'd like to thank charter extraordinaire, David Shoup, who sent me a copy of twenty thousand leagues under the sea the book, he had found that cleaning out a house, and it is one of the most beautiful pieces of artwork ever. See? That's the one with a kick ass cover are. Yeah. Beautiful cover art of teal, and Akwa and blue and green, and I have it a station right there and dragon manner next to my job's shark. Lizzy cleaning out his house was he cleaning out his house or someone else's. I'm not sure if it was his house or a friend's house relatives house whose house are you saying stole it. I'm nervous that someone might be missing it. But okay. So you're saying David Shoup is guilty of keep us. Keep us posted David Wright, raking, David breaking and entering shoop. Thank you for that twenty thousand leagues under the seat book. And remember to check out. Hey, gang on soundcloud. That's my solo podcast. And now, let's get back to the charts. Picks. Picks. The third job is hot fix the countdown about the start. Let's see you pick. And let's see who did not. Vicks. Big do do the hot picks. We're here to bring you five songs, which we feel you will enjoy. And of course, you can check out these who charted hot picks on our Spotify playlist does right. I was listening to this playlists, and I caught some last week songs, and I thought. You know, because let's say you go on Spotify. And check out the hip hop list. And then you go on apple and check out the hip hop list. You might hear a lot of the same hip hop. Right. Right. If you did the same with pop pop, but when you go to that Spotify who charted hot picks, you're getting songs that like what list does that because you're getting great rock songs? Great rap songs. Great weird oddity song saying to me. It's got to be one of the most entertaining song list, you could touch it couldn't possibly exist anywhere else. There you go that list. It's got to be brody's energy. Like, you think? Spotify. You have to sign up for it. Get free with the do sign up. You can get a free with commercials where you could pay, and you know, what's better Spotify or Pandora Spotify pen door's done Pandora's done. Well, it's not done. But the big tune our apple and Spotify. Nobody's nobody's I think Pandora's trying to hit the like sixty five plus demo the CBS of of of streaming Tiffany network, but for old Pandora's a little different because that's like mindless listening. It's more like radio, you just put a station on and they picked the songs for you. Yeah. Whereas like Spotify. An apple you can dig in more and you pick your own play lamb doors, just radio like date was. Yeah. The other ones you could do that weird radio stuff if you want. But yeah. So you get on Spotify. And you find some kind of person you like and you follow their playlist their celebrity playlists. You could do that has that could do that. Okay. Do you think I should look into it? You should I think you'd have a good time just digging on on the who charted hot picks because we're that's where you're going to hear like standouts. But nobody else could see they were standouts for some reason. Gotcha. And you can know fact, they're all this year. They're all there's nothing so getting spot illegitimate about it to my account. Yes. And I want to say that because you listen to chartered and, you know, us to me that's half the fun. If someone that I know recommends a song that's more fun to me than just a random song..

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Life. But first, it's time for our smart home technology report. Today. We're going to look at some fascinating trends involving smart speakers. Now, you might not have an Amazon echo or the Google home or the apple home pod. But according to an article in slate, the data suggests that someday, you might they cited a survey from Dobie which says in January of this year eighteen percent of American households owned, some type of smart speaker. But in the months since then that number has jumped exponentially and now thirty two percent of American households. Have a smart speaker nearly a third of all American homes and by the end of this year. It's estimated that half the homes in America will have a smart speaker and forty percent of those we'll have more than one. So what's everyone doing with their echo? They're Google home. Or they're apple home pot. Well for that. There were some really interesting and surprising results. Okay. The number one activity that Americans use with their smart speaker at home. According to a survey from Nielsen ninety percent of the people was smart speakers, use them to stream music Pandora Spotify. Google music, Amazon music or apple music, next up. Eighty one percent report using their smart speaker to get real time information, traffic and weather next. According to Nielsen seventy five percent, use them to get factual information like trivia or history and sixty eight percent, use them to listen to the news. But in a tie with news. And this is fascinating. Sixty eight percent also say they used their smart speakers for something completely different. They're using them to have fun. That's right. Just to have fun take Google. Tell me a joke. Why did a singer climb a ladder during our performance to reach the? Hi notes. That's right. People are asking for laughs or they try to stump. They're smart speaker with difficult or fun questions. Alexa, how many inches from the earth to the sun? Chun's five trillion eight hundred eighty nine billion six hundred seventy nine million nine hundred forty eight thousand four hundred sixty five inches away. They're playing the smart speaker versions of jeopardy and other television shows, and it's become an individual and also a family activity in tens of millions of American homes, again, the posters didn't see that coming after all smart speakers have huge and deep capabilities, but fun who knew. Of course, if you'll forgive my shameless. Plug real estate today is also on every smart speaker out there, and if you love real estate, well, what could be more fun than that. AM seven sixty K F M B now for the KF NB real estate minute from my good friend. Dan, beer. Welcome back to captain B's real estate minute. Let's discuss why. So many agents are happy to take overpriced listings they know will never sell. I'm your expert Daniel beer with the X P realty in beer home team, and this practice goes back to the basics agents are taught early on list. Your home, no matter what. And use your lawn is a billboard for them to attract other buyers and sellers. In other words, they're using your home is marketing for their business and can sell a couple of other homes. Even if you're stays put the then, of course, are taught to stay in touch build reports and push for those price. Reductions it's time.

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32% of U.S. consumers now own a smart speaker

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 2 years ago

32% of U.S. consumers now own a smart speaker

"People was smart speakers, use them to stream music Pandora Spotify. Google music, Amazon music or apple music, next up. Eighty one percent report using their smart speaker to get real time information, traffic and weather next. According to Nielsen seventy five percent, use them to get factual information like trivia or history and sixty eight percent, use them to listen to the news. But in a tie with news. And this is fascinating. Sixty eight percent also say they used their smart speakers for something completely different. They're using them to have fun. That's right. Just to have fun take Google. Tell me a joke. Why did a singer climb a ladder during our performance to reach the? Hi notes. That's right. People are asking for laughs or they try to stump. They're smart speaker with difficult or fun questions. Alexa, how many inches from the earth to the sun? Chun's five trillion eight hundred eighty nine billion six hundred seventy nine million nine hundred forty eight thousand four hundred sixty five inches away. They're playing the smart speaker versions of jeopardy and other television shows, and it's become an individual and also a family activity in tens of millions of American homes, again, the posters didn't see that coming after all smart speakers have huge and deep capabilities, but fun who knew.

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Today. We're going to look at some fascinating trends involving smart speakers. Now, you might not have an Amazon echo or the Google home or the apple home pod. But according to an article in slate, the data suggests that someday, you might they cited a survey from Dobie which says in January of this year eighteen percent of American households owned, some type of smart speaker. But in the months since then that number has jumped exponentially and now thirty two percent of American households. Have smart speaker nearly a third of all American homes and by the end of this year. It's estimated that half the homes in America will have a smart speaker and forty percent of those we'll have more than one. So what's everyone doing with their echo? They're Google home or their apple home pot. Well for that there were some really interesting and surprising. Salts? Okay. The number one activity that Americans use with their smart speaker at home. According to a survey from Nielsen ninety percent of the people were smart speakers, use them to stream music Pandora Spotify. Google music, Amazon music or apple music, next up. Eighty one percent report using their smart speaker to get real time information, traffic and weather next. According to Nielsen seventy five percent, use them to get factual information like trivia or history and sixty eight percent, use them to listen to the news. But in a tie with news. And this is fascinating. Sixty eight percent also say they used their smart speakers for something completely different. They're using them to have fun. That's right. Just to have fun Google. Tell me a joke. Why did a singer climb a ladder during her performance to reach the high notes? That's right. People are asking for laughs or they try to stump. They're smart speaker with difficult or fun questions. Alexa, how many inches from the earth to the sun? Sun is five trillion eight hundred eighty nine billion six hundred seventy nine million nine hundred forty eight thousand four hundred sixty five inches away. They're playing the smart speaker versions of jeopardy and other television shows, and it's become an individual and also a family activity in tens of millions of American homes, again, the posters didn't see that coming after all smart speakers have huge and deep capabilities, but fun.

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"For our smart home technology report. And today, we're going to look at some fascinating trends involving smart speakers. Now, you might not have an Amazon echo or the Google home or the apple home pot. But according to an article in slate, the data suggests that someday, you might they cited a survey from adobe which says in January of this year eighteen percent of American households owned, some type of smart speaker. But in the months since then that number has jumped exponentially and now thirty two percent of American households. Have a smart speaker nearly a third of all American homes and by the end of this year. It's estimated that half the homes in America will have a smart speaker and forty percent of those we'll have more than one. So what's everyone doing with their echo? They're Google home. Or they're apple home pot. Well for that. There was some really interesting and surprising results. Okay. The number one activity that Americans use with their smart speaker at home. According to a survey from Nielsen ninety percent of the people were smart speakers, use them to stream music Pandora Spotify. Google music, Amazon music or apple music, next up. Eighty one percent report using their smart speaker to get real time information, traffic and weather next. According to Nielsen seventy five percent, use them to get factual information like trivia or history and sixty eight percent, use them to listen to the news. But in a tie with news. And this is fascinating. Sixty eight percent, also say they use their smart speakers for something completely different. They're using them to have fun. That's right. Just to have fun. Hey, google. Tell me a joke. Why did the singer climb a ladder during her performance to reach the? Hi notes. That's right. People are asking for laughs or they try to stump. They're smart speaker with difficult or fun questions. Alexa, how many inches from the earth to the sun? Chun's five trillion eight hundred eighty nine billion six hundred seventy nine million nine hundred forty eight thousand four hundred sixty five inches away. They're playing the smart speaker versions of jeopardy and other television shows, and it's become an individual and also a family activity in tens of millions of American homes again the posters didn't see that coming after. All smart speakers have huge deep capabilities, but fun who knew..

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"But first, it's time for our smart home technology report. Today. We're going to look at some fascinating trends involving smart speakers. Now, you might not have an Amazon echo or the Google home or the apple home pod. But according to an article in slate, the data suggests that someday, you might they cited a survey from adobe which says in January of this year eighteen percent of American households owned, some type of smart speaker. But in the months since then that number has jumped exponentially and now thirty two percent of American households. Have smart speaker nearly a third of all American homes and by the end of this year. It's estimated that half the homes in America will have a smart speaker and forty percent of those we'll have more than one. So what's everyone doing their echo? They're Google home or their apple home pot. Well for that there were some really interesting and surprising. Salts? Okay. The number one activity that Americans use with their smart speaker at home. According to a survey from Nielsen ninety percent of the people was smart speakers, use them to stream music Pandora Spotify. Google music, Amazon music or apple music, next up. Eighty one percent report using their smart speaker to get real time information, traffic and weather next. According to Nielsen seventy five percent, use them to get factual information like trivia or history and sixty eight percent, use them to listen to the news. But in a tie with news. And this is fascinating. Sixty eight percent also say they used their smart speakers for something completely different. They're using them to have fun. That's right. Just to have fun. Take ugo. Tell me a joke. Why did the singer climb a ladder during her performance to reach the high notes? That's right. People are asking for laughs or they try to stump. They're smart speaker with difficult or fun questions. Alexa, how many inches from the earth to the sun? Sun is five trillion eight hundred eighty nine billion six hundred seventy nine million nine hundred forty eight thousand four hundred sixty five inches away. They're playing the smart speaker versions of jeopardy and other television shows, and it's become an individual and also a family activity in tens of millions of American homes, again, the posters didn't see that coming after all smart speakers have huge and deep capabilities,.

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"But first, it's time for our smart home technology report. Today. We're going to look at some fascinating trends involving smart speakers. Now, you might not have an Amazon echo or the Google home or the apple home pod. But according to an article in slate, the data suggests that someday, you might they cited a survey from Dobie which says in January of this year eighteen percent of American households owned, some type of smart speaker. But in the months since then that number has jumped exponentially and now thirty two percent of American households. Have a smart speaker nearly a third of all American homes and by the end of this year. It's estimated that half the homes in America will have a smart speaker and forty percent of those we'll have more than one. So what's everyone doing with their echo? They're Google home. Apple home pot for that. There were some really interesting and surprising result. It's okay. The number one actively that Americans use with their smart speaker at home. According to a survey from Nielsen ninety percent of the people with smart speakers, use them to stream music Pandora Spotify. Google music, Amazon music or apple music, next up. Eighty one percent report using their smart speaker to get real time information, traffic and weather next. According to Nielsen seventy five percent, use them to get factual information like trivia or history and sixty eight percent, use them to listen to the news. But in a tie with news. And this is fascinating. Sixty eight percent, also say they use their smart speakers for something completely different. They're using them to have fun. That's right. Just to have fun. Take ugo. Tell me a joke. Why did a singer climb a ladder during her performance to reach the high notes? That's right. People are asking for laughs or they try to stump. They're smart speaker with difficult or fun questions. Alexa, how many inches from the earth to the sun? Oh, son is five trillion. Eight hundred eighty nine billion six hundred seventy nine million nine hundred forty eight thousand four hundred sixty five inches away. They're playing the smart speaker versions of jeopardy and other television shows, and it's become an individual and also a family activity in tens of millions of American homes, again, the posters didn't see that coming after all smart speakers have huge and deep capabilities, but fun who.

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Yeah. Interesting. I think you're absolutely right about where we are with the internet today. And yet one of the struggles we've had in the last year is about whether or not the the free flowing internet like phone service, and whether or not the FCC will limit that. So oddly enough, the person who was elected president is possibly going to change the way, we interact with the internet and who can have access to it. So we're in this kind of golden age of the internet, and it is fascinating what you can pull up. Although, of course, they're all the algorithms which none of us understands but people in Palo Alto where we want to graduate school or are doing things that we don't understand how we get the information we do. But there is this really revolutionary possibility. And we see it in all kinds of ways certainly in the arts field, and they continue to experiment if you think about from Pandora Spotify. I think a lot about musicians and how they have access YouTube at cetera. But there's also a fear of that. I think as we've been talking about and of this wide open. Space where at least it feels like everyone can say anything in try to attract whatever audience they want, and that seems to be at the center of our nation on the one hand, democracy and freedom and all of these things, and you we have the vast expanse of even of land to do anything. And yet the fear of can we really let all these millions of people do whatever they want have whatever conversation they want. And so I don't know. I think it's a real open question for us right now as a nation of where we go at this particular moment claybon Potter is co editor to the buck historians on Hamilton and a history professor at the new school. I'll just point out that. Alexander Hamilton of the New York Post in eighteen o one as a as an anti Jefferson vehicle and in doing that he was bending the the newspaper which up until that point really had been largely a mercantile business sort of stayed kind of a fair. And in some ways, he was an early pioneer of media manipulation. That regard, of course, had already begun going going back to the farmer refuted. But the last the better parallel teams to me for the spirit of the question. Here is Andrew Jackson and the birth of the penny press and the birth of an Bauer the partisan press, which which Jackson exploited fully and generated an enormous anxiety because he sky through a Washington establishment as he very clearly intended to do and just to sort of finish the point of bring it back round declare the moral of the story here is that the most gifted people are those who can find audiences and mobilize people that you didn't know existed as as a community, and I just wanted to say I mean. Donald Trump is a media genius. Right. I mean, he just is whatever else you have to say about him. He has been a media genius. For the last twenty years. He has been on the cutting edge of every single change that that popular media made. And so it doesn't surprise me that he understands Twitter the way he does I would say some of our horror about, you know. Oh my God. Somebody lied on the internet. Well, you know in the nineteenth century, you know, they took days to resolve elections. And sometimes, you know, a candidate sent a rider to another town to say that the opposition had been killed, you know, and so nobody should bother voting. So so we have a very long, I mean, it's media manipulation. But we have a very long history of. Of this sort of opposition between free speech, and as Leslie saying what happens when you let people speak freely. I very optimistic about the internet. I have to say I'm optimistic about almost everything. But I am optimistic about the internet because I think it's moving faster than than people understand it. I don't think there's a single person on the supreme court, for example, who truly understands the internet, right? I believe it. So so I think once once knowledge catches up with the technology. I think we're going to see some very interesting conversations about it..

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"A service, called not a service but a channel called net flicks is a joke radio and pretty much they're going, to, just use a lot of the comedy content that they've already got from a lot of the standup that's on, there? A video platform and they are, going to use this to try to drive Sirius subscribers back to net flicks. By saying hey here's some of the stuff that. We have in our platform come listen Come watch you so my. Whole idea of them starting up their, own music. And radio network you don't. Think they're going down that Renault. I think they may go down starting their. Own up I don't think they're gonna buy another you don't know thing is they're so cheap to buy Chuck but they don't need to because the biggest costs that all of these startup streaming services have acquiring customers. Right already has. Customers you know they can, put, something out and say hey instead of spending twelve ninety nine on just. Video do sixteen bucks a month and you. Get, video and music streaming why not go to Pandora where, people are paying about five bucks a month by them because on why would you pay a premium for a company that's already failing and not profitable because they've already got the customers and you fold it in and you've, your charging five dollars you click net ours has made any of those companies acquiring the music streaming technology, well, you're you're getting those customers to that are already spending the five dollars Yeah but how many Pandora customers are there nowadays spot Pandora Spotify Pandora? Also apparently this is a story from Forbes lost eight million listeners in the last nine months. Today yeah the. Biggest one out there is Spotify with about seventy three million listeners. But, if, you look at the number of Netflix subscribers that are out there Twenty five yeah. You're you're, talking north of one hundred million so I. Just. You know even if they don't get full adoption which. They won't of course one hundred twenty five million right now and still growing even with their slower growth, five million net flicks could do is they'll say well, we'll give it. To you for free for year you know there's there's ways that they can do this now. I, having said that I don't know if they're in I don't know if. They have the cash flow to do any of this right now that flicks So much money on they got content. Expenses so I I don't know. If they do anything now but I think it's more likely they start their own than by one why would you buy a company that's. Floundering yeah hey when we come back we'll have the answer to our trivia question we'll also talk to. You about why you should start drinking, that,.

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Victoria, Pandora and Apple discussed on CBS Sports Radio

CBS Sports Radio

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Victoria, Pandora and Apple discussed on CBS Sports Radio

"Fifty three after the hour on the djba experience victoria keelan an i well i'm just going to serve as your local announcer for national announcer in this case victoria has done the research knows what's going on in the world of technology so star with the pandora starting something new and this is interesting because pandora spotify some of these music services haven't seen such wonderful times recently right that's true and pandora especially has not really seen great publicity in in a long time they've kind of been overshadowed by apple music and spotify coming up with new lakes to instagram and things like that so pandora's been left behind but now they have a new personalized playlist feature that's available to all ad free premium subscribers so now this is paid subscription stop each week they will give.

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)

The New Media Show (Audio)

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on The New Media Show (Audio)

"Do you think they're gonna give them a front row seat so we need we need tell your amazon device to play acdc or footnote to play play me nineties rock that device is going to generate a playlist or we'll have a preprogrammed playlist that has been put together by google amazon apple microsoft it's not coming from the radio station or tuning or these online brands to write thought pattern pandora spotify you're if you love your radio station in utah at hey device play you know cocoa or whatever the radio station is at namm maybe that will work but come on man they're only they're only player too i mean if they're going to maintain radio as the as the linear experience at it is today that's the only real pathway that they have going forward into the future i think is to do exactly what they're talking about doing here but the question is whether or not it's going to work right right whether they're going to really be able to grow that listener base that maybe as looking for more specific on demand content versus linear experience i don't know that linear experiences what people are going to want in the future i think it's a it it's a question that that i guess it gets back to engagement right it gets back to how much control the audience wants to have over their content experience do they want to lean back or they want to lean forward and that's been a debate that's been going on in this landscape for many years in wipeout.

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on Capital Ideas Investing Podcast

"Innovation and delight still inside that company and they have three businesses that i think are really well positioned over the next couple of years on the first one and it's almost a microcosm of the sony story is the music business sony is the world's largest music publisher and the music businesses had a terrible run because ever on stop buying lps and tapes and cds and just started listening to music for free over the internet uh on youtube or on pandora spotify but pender and spotify have licensed big catalogues from the music publishers there three big music publishers as i said sony has the largest and those royalties have slowly been creeping up and the people who have spotify accounts of slowly been creeping up to my dad is seventy eight years old and he has a spotify account and he lessons to his music on spotify now on youtube is another place that my seventy eight year old dad lessons to music uh you know he'd looks up englebert humperdinck or something like that on youtube but he does do it on that format and every time he does sony gets a little bit of money and the more people do that the better it is and digital sales of now transcended physical sales of music and a digital sales are only going to go up into the right and it's very profitable how wonderful instead of making a record and shipping at to restore it you know juice touch a button on your phone and the song plays and you get money for it they have to other businesses a video game business that still the lights people doesn't delight me because i'm not abbott video game player but delights my 14yearold son whose very happy to pay sony you know.

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"pandora spotify" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"pandora spotify" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That if people are willing to pay to none of ads that's an interesting to pursue and then you if you're you have something like pandora spotify they offer you the option yeah will really comes down to a question of what you're prepared to pay for your pain one way by enduring the ads and you're paying another way by having to avoid them has been a backlash in the industry against the blocking yes absolutely a lot of publishers are using the sort of whitelist technology which forces people to unblock their blockers but i think that's a terrible mistake had sat were will basically assigned comes up in says we see are using and had locker if you wanna read this quality journalism have to watch some outs but most people don't submit to that it's a penalising people for selecting the option to not be annoyed it's a bad shortterm strategy is facebook dependent on profits from targeted ad revenue absolutely pace facebook and google to the biggest market caps in the planet or purely selling advertise but have they been successful in their attempts to block ed's we'll google is going to put a blocking software in its chrome browser and facebook me allow fort with they're going to try to his force marketers to make better ads but the question is does advertising actually live native lee in those four months i've wondered why when i'm watching the the nightly news uh there's a string of car read says almost every car manufacturer hasn't ad and one follows the other and you rarely see anything else but those car ads don't they cancel each other out the do i think that's such a great observation the nightly news live sports these are still the super the outliers that anachronistic players that are were pay repeating the same model these arbitrary interruptions that are tedious and make no sense there been newcomers vice news example that trying to reinvent for pod with the brakes for the ads but everyone is experimenting but everyone has the same reaction that these arbitrary interruptions just don't make sense but the and there are also selling competing products i would have thought that if i were han day i wouldn't want my add to follow that four dad why think the thesis is you've got so many people watching.

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