MPEG Surround and HE-AAC audio codecs will be added to Triton Digital's streaming platform.
Pandora and iHeartRadio are in the news. They're going after the millions of potential online listeners that could be listening to streams from radio stations.
Arbitron provides an encoding monitor for every encoded audio service, including Web streams. Mike Kernen devised a way to monitor his six online streams.
The data gives insight in to statistics regarding the fastest and slowest regions for connection speed, as well as the highest performing areas for mobile connectivity.
A portable Web radio comes to market.
This allows users to provide added streaming options without the added cost of purchasing a third-party AAC+ encoder.
The service will compete with other content delivery networks such as Akamai and Limelight Networks.
Once the changes take effect, Sprint will be the only remaining major carrier offering unlimited data plans for mobile users.
Pandora common stock will trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol "P."
Global IP traffic has increased eight-fold over the last five years.
Each Grace Internet radio now comes with a free DAR.fm account, and the ability to record up to 70 hours of material.
Song tagging service
The tool allows HE-AAC decoder developers verify the audio quality of the implementation.
Fraunhofer's MPEG Surround audio streaming technology in Orban encoders allows broadcasters to deliver bandwidth-efficient surround Internet radio services.
Last.fm is scrapping its ad-support model and Pandora announces $100 million IPO.
CBS Interactive Music Group's local and national sales force and its sellers representing Last.fm in the United Kingdom and Germany will be able to target advertiser's video campaigns across ToneFuse Music's websites.
The aftermarket solution offers subscription-free Internet radio that is controlled through a vehicle's stereo system.
Pandora will interface with the Toyota Entune system.
Internet radio app
Live webcasting software
TuneIn Radio features RadioTime's new Song Search technology, which allows users to quickly and easily search the directory of more than 50,000 AM/FM and Internet-only radio stations.