The Advance Of Internet Radio


 The Advance Of Internet Radio

Internet radio is a musical category of radio shows streamed online. In 1995, Scott Mills founded the first internet streaming radio station. The BBC launched its own global internet radio service in 1998 which allowed listeners to listen to programs from any country.

The emergence of this technology has progressed throughout the years, with more and more people taking advantage of it. Many of the programs are free and can be heard on almost any device; however, some are subscription-based. In 2008, about 29.85 million radio stations were streamed online which grew to an estimate of 100 million in 2010. By 2013, the number of online radio stations grew to 488,000 and is expected to reach 814,000 in 2023.

The top 100 most listened to online radio stations in the US were Spotify, Pandora, Rhapsody, Slacker Radio and TuneIn.<br> 
The top 200 were Spotify (2), Pandora (4), Slacker (5) and TuneIn (8).

The top 200 were Spotify (2), Pandora (4), Slacker Radio (5) and TuneIn (8).

2. Publisher-Icon Group International, Inc. 
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5. http://www.digitalmusicnews.

In conclusion, internet radio has played a huge role in the music industry and is affecting how people listen to music today. From Spotify and Pandora to iTunes and AM/FM radio, each of these platforms have contributed positively or negatively to the industry. It still remains to be seen if internet radio will be the way of the future, but for now, we will continue to carry on with what we're used to listening to.

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