Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Tag: radio

Tyler Joseph of twenty one pilots

twenty one pilots’ Tyler Joseph talks success, spirituality, more

Ahead of the release of their new album Trench, twenty one pilots frontman Tyler Joseph sat down with Zane Lowe for a wide-ranging discussion...
Mike Shinoda, etc.

Mike Shinoda, Jared Leto, Pearl Jam join mental health broadcast

Linkin Park member Mike Shinoda, Thirty Seconds To Mars' Jared Leto and members of Pearl Jam will join the crusade to raise mental health...

Anonymous donor leaves $10 million to Seattle rock radio station

An anonymous woman named Suzanne loved music—and wanted to give a massive gift to Seattle radio station 90.3 KEXP FM. Read more: 19 of our favorite BBC...

iHeartMedia gets extension on debt agreement

iHeartMedia Inc. was given a 24-hour extension to land an agreement over the company's debt. Read more: iHeartMedia reportedly preparing to file for bankruptcy iHeartMedia filed a document...

iHeartMedia reportedly preparing to file for bankruptcy

iHeartMedia Inc. is reportedly "circulating documents for a bankruptcy filing" that could come as soon as this weekend, as Bloomberg reports. Read more: Spotify ready to go public,...

PVRIS, Enter Shikari, Bullet For My Valentine to perform Radio 1 Rocks next week

With Radio 1 Rocks quickly approaching, PVRIS, Enter Shikari, and Bullet For My Valentine have announced their upcoming performances on BBC Radio 1 next...

Pandora now provide listener analytics to musicians

Pandora have officially launched AMP (Artist Marketing Platform), which allows musicians to view the analytics behind how their music is fairing through the streaming service. In...

Radio station now cutting songs in half so listeners don’t get “bored”

According to the Financial Post, Calgary radio station 90.3 AMP has started using Quickhitz, a format that provides shortened versions of popular songs, editing...

New study shows teens listen to music most through YouTube, radio still dominates music...

A new study from Nielsen that surveyed 3,000 online participants has revealed that teens are using YouTube as their largest source for consuming music...

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