Serial entrepreneur Michael Robertston has launched OnRad.io, consolidating two previous services (Radio Search Engine and 6 Seconds) into one platform that can locate songs playing on a global array of 100,000 radio stations. It makes linear radio programming searchable and interactive.[read more]
Mobile music app 6 Seconds has been updated, marking version 2.0 of the original app which was launched in April. A timely and seemingly playful addition to the station array is FreeBeats1, which plays only the music from Apple's new station.[read more]
Serial entrepreneur and disruptor Michael Robertson has launched 6 Seconds, a mobile listening app that turns radio (broadcast and pureplay) into a searchable jukebox experience. The app is positioned as an alternative to Pandora, and we also found unique discovery features.[read more]
This guest contribution by Michael Robertson, founder of Internet Radio Search Engine and DAR.fm, was originally posted on Google Plus. On that site, the article is followed by an interesting comment discussion featuring James Cridland, a frequent RAIN contributor. Here, Roberston takes NextRadio to task. Right or wrong? Leave a comment![read more]
"Hit" and "slammed" are the descriptors you see everywhere today, conveying the court decision in the Capital Records vs. MP3Tunes lawsuit. A milestone in the years-long trial, the jury found MP3Tunes founder and CEO Michael Robertson personally liable for music copyright infringement. Click through for old screenshots and a 2005 conversation with Robertson.[read more]
Serial entrepreneur Michael Robertson conceives of his latest project, Radio Search Engine, as a Google for real-time music searches on radio. RAIN tested the new site, still in beta development mode, and spoke with Robertson about what it is, how it works, and where it’s going.
Most of the development[read more]