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Internet Radio Rewind #68: Incoming royalty rates; webcast metrics; Rhapsody growth; WNYC jabs Facebook; Serial — it’s baaack!

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The weekly update of the streaming audio industry, from RAIN News. THIS WEEK: CRB royalty rates due any day; Triton Digital webcast metrics; Rhapsody grows its audience; WNYC pokes Facebook with audio; Spotify faces a decision, more. Continue Reading

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Internet Radio Rewind #64: Beats and more Beats; podcast invasion; UK digital radio ratings; more

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The weekly update of the streaming audio industry, from RAIN News. The weekly update of the streaming audio industry, from RAIN News. The weekly update of the streaming audio industry, from RAIN News. THIS WEEK: Sirius XM earnings and quotes; Beats 1 might spawn numbered children; Deezer and Google bring on the podcasts; RAJAR quarterly numbers; more. Continue Reading

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Internet Radio Rewind #63: Pandora settles and reports; YouTube announces; Apple Music divulges; more

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The weekly update of the streaming audio industry, from RAIN News. The weekly update of the streaming audio industry, from RAIN News. THIS WEEK: Pandora earnings and stock tumble; YouTube Red; music royalty controversy; Apple Music finally divulges numbers; more. Continue Reading

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Midroll Media hires WNYC’s Chris Bannon as Chief Content Officer

Midroll Media announced today that Chris Bannon, currently VP of Content Development and Production at public radio’s WNYC, will join Midroll as Chief Content Officer starting March 16. RAIN News spoke to Chris Bannon and Midroll Media CEO Adam Sachs about the appointment and the opportunity in podcasting. Continue Reading

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NY Public Radio receives record-setting grant, most of it for digital

WNYC, flagship station of New York Public Radio, announced that NYPR received a $10-million grant from the Jerome L. Greene Foundation, a past major supporter. Most of the money is targeted to development of online products and mobile apps, with the remainder going to WNYC’s Manhattan performance space. Continue Reading