The First Combined Streaming Radio and Cloud Music Service Launches
May 26, 2011 at 8:31 AM (PT)
Cloud entertainment provider mSPOT has launched RADIO SPOTTER BETA, the first digital music service to combine a cloud music and storage locker service with streaming radio. The service offers two new main features: Match the songs you're playing from your personal online music collections, to similar music playing on hundreds of radio stations across the Internet; or, instantly select Internet radio stations you'll like, based on music genres or your own artist searches. RADIO SPOTTER puts the metadata in your music collection to work by matching whatever you're listening to, and quickly adapts to offer new recommendations based on your changing preferences.
"Radio is still the easiest and most popular music discovery tool -- people love its spontaneity and variety. Yet, it can take years to discover the best radio stations. We're giving people a mash up between Cloud music and streaming radio. It's a great way for people to find new music and enjoy their own -- all in one service," stated mSPOT CEO DAREN TSUI.