Kurt Hanson, Publisher Of RAIN Publications: Smartphones Will Be A Game Changer In Radio (3:22) In an interview with RTT News, Kurt Hanson, publisher of RAIN Publications says the future of internet radio is very bright. “This is the first time in history that everyone is walking around with a radio in their pocket,” according to Hanson. “Every Smartphone is a radio that picks up every station that streams, and that’s going to be a game changer,”.
David Oxenford, Partner At Davis Wright: Copyright Gets Complicated (2:29) In an interview with RTT News, David Oxenford, a partner at Davis Wright law firm, discusses the complications of copyright law for internet broadcasting.
Paul Maloney, Editor At RAIN Publications: “With Internet, Radio…Is Very Much A Two Way Thing” (3:06) In an interview with RTT News, Paul Maloney, editor at RAIN Publications says that the internet is allowing for radio to become more personalized. “With internet, radio does not have to be a broadcast, one to many, one way communication. It’s very much a two way thing and can be one to one. So you can make a radio station…just for you,” states Maloney.
Daniel Anstanding, President & Co-Founder Of Listener Driven Radio: “Crowdcasting, Not Broadcasting” (1:29) In an interview with RTT News, Daniel Anstanding, president & co-founder of Listener Driven Radio says that LDR allows for a totally interactive radio experience for listeners. The listener essentially becomes the program director, he explains. According to Anstanding, it is now “crowdcasting, not broadcasting.”
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