The system enables users to bypass ISP policies and preserve network bandwidth.
The service is free with ads, or commercial free by subscription.
The streaming media provider says it's the first CDN to offer the open-source codec.
Not surprisingly, the younger the consumer, the more likely he or she is to prefer on-demand streaming than over-the-air broadcast.
Because the service does not require registration, actual user stats are greater.
Cisco research says bandwidth demand will continue to increase, and the 802.11ac standard is one way to keep up with it.
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Streaming audio continues to grow in consumer use. We look at the trends and technology driving it.
TuneIn Live creates a customized experience through rotating tiles that display relevant music, sports and news happening live, based on an individuals' listening habits and interests.
The deal provides free music, news and sports channels that can be customized by listeners.
The report gives a thumbnail of global connections based on results of the online streamer.
The a2x provides a system for managing, buying and selling third-party advertising campaigns.
Could other content providers fall into the same trap to not have control over their own distribution?
GM and Chrysler vehicles will have iHeartRadio available in their infotainment systems.
New car manufacturers join an existing base for installed systems, and after-market manufacturers also join the effort.
TriCaster is a plug-and-play device that enables even non-technical users to stream, play and record video all at the same time.
Terrestrial radio has been slow to keep up with the offerings of social media-centric Internet radio platforms such as Pandora, but there are tools a station can use to change that.
The study claims that smartphone growth has been one of the key factors in the rise of online radio.
The Coalition supports the Internet Radio Fairness Act of 2012, legislation calling for all digital music services to be judged by the same rate-setting standard.
The service will launch in Australia and New Zealand in 2013.
The Internet Radio Fairness Act of 2012 would reduce the royalty burden on Internet radio stations and satellite radio to be more inline with what terrestrial radio stations pay.