Digital Audio now reaches more people than ever before in the UK – 19.4 million, up from 15 million in 2013 (RAJAR Midas). Digital Audio is defined as any audio content streamed on a connected device. This includes digital and online radio, music streaming, podcasting and on-demand audio. Currently, 65% of these services offer audio… Read More


A lot is said about radio’s role within the increasingly complex world of media integration. But even when complex technologies are involved, sometimes it’s the old ideas that work best. A brilliant example of this – is when we see radio stations using social media to do something they’ve pretty much always done…..tell listeners what… Read More


Were you glued to your intermittent web stream on Monday night pouring over the new features of Apples latest ios7 iteration due to be released this fall (autumn)? Or have you been sending audio boos to all of your twitter followers proclaiming how totes amaze* you’re feeling? (*erhum thanks Made in Chelsea) The audio world… Read More


Rumour has it that next week Apple will release the iRadio service at its annual developer’s conference. From our point of view, the key questions are: a)            How will this service stack up next to the likes of Spotify, Pandora, Deezer, We7/Blinkbox and Google to name but a few? b)            Will Apple be able to… Read More


At least 3.7 billion songs were streamed in 2012 from sites such as Spotify, Deezer and We7. 3.7 billion……..yikes! The music discovery and music listening marketplace is an absolute ocean of opportunity for us, as audio professionals. And yet, almost inevitably, a question we’re sometimes asked by journalists when this sort of stat comes up… Read More