While legal beagles flood the ‘net with searches for the New York Bar Exam today, the rest of us are really, really passionate about music, new research explains – and it looks like good news for Apple and others in the sector this Holiday Season, read on…
A pair of reports emanating from Bauer Media and the Consumer Electronics Association show a growing appetite for music among consumers (that’s you and I), and increasing demand for music among US teens.
Bauer Radio is now broadcasting Kiss 100 radio to iPhone users in the UK, allowing listeners to keep up with the channel using the iPhone web browser.
The Kiss 100 stream is prefixed with an audible ad slot, which the company hopes to sell to advertisers. A landing page has also been developed on the Kiss website, specially-crafted for the iPhone, this page is also expected to be populated by ads.
“You’ve braved the queues and you have your precious iPhone in your hand, and there is but one thing to do with it, tune into KISS,” the channel explains on the Kiss website. “Simply go to totalkiss.com on your iPhone and click on the banner to launch the streaming service. Oh, and please check your network contract terms and conditions first if you are thinking of listening outside of a WiFi network.” Continue reading →