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Google offers All Access Music free trial to Chromecast users

Google announced that it will give U.S. Chromecast users a 90-day free trial subscription to the All Access Music service. The subscription streaming platform usually costs $9.99. Google is offering the free deal through September. Chromecast has been out for a year now, and it’s Google’s method of getting streaming media from mobile devices to a television screen. Several services, including Pandora, Beats Music, and Rdio, have added support for Chromecast. Continue Reading

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Internet radio distribution news: Google Music and iTunes Radio

Crossing ecosystem boundaries can be as difficult as traveling across national borders. Google Music (both the download store and the All Access streaming-music app) is soon venturing into hostile fanboy territory by distributing its service to Apple mobile users. Engadget… Continue Reading

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Spotify adds four countries to its international portfolio

As jubilantly announced on its public blog (“Hello Argentina, Taiwan, Greece and Turkey — Spotify here!”), the interactive streamer has expanded its reach. With the addition of those four, Spotify now distributes its desktop and mobile app experiences in 32… Continue Reading

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iHeart and Google make pre-iTunes Radio updates

Whether by coincidence, or as deliberate attempts to steal a bit of the spotlight on “Apple event day” (arguably a national holiday for the technorati), iHeartRadio and Google introduced updates to their Internet radio products. iHeartRadio, Clear Channel’s broad aggregation… Continue Reading