Internet Radio - Global Strategic Business Report - 2013-2018

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Dublin, Oct. 11, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/kk6shx/internet_radio) has announced the addition of the "Internet Radio - Global Strategic Business Report" report to their offering.

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Internet Radio in US$ Million. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2010 through 2018. A six-year historic analysis is also provided for these markets.

The report profiles 45 companies including many key and niche players such as 8tracks, 977 Music, Inc., AccuRadio, LLC, AOL Radio, Clear Channel Communications, Inc., Deezer, Digitally Imported, Inc., Grooveshark, Last.fm, Pandora Media, Inc., Rhapsody International, Slacker, Inc., SomaFM, Spotify Ltd., TuneIn, and We7.

Key Topics Covered:

I. Introduction, Methodology & Product Definitions

  • Study reliability and reporting limitations I-1
  • Disclaimers I-2
  • Data interpretation & reporting level I-2
  • Quantitative techniques & analytics I-3
  • Product definitions and scope of study I-3

II. Executive Summary

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1

  • A Prelude II-1
  • Current & Future Analysis II-2
  • Internet Radio: Gaining Edge over Terrestrial Radio Broadcasting II-2
  • Expanding Internet User Base: A Key Driving Force II-2
  • Worldwide Mobile Subscriber Base - Key Statistics II-7
  • Internet Radio Technology to Witness Widespread Deployment in Vehicles II-9
  • Legislative Mandates to Spur Adoption of Internet Radio II-9
  • Home Audio Systems Cautiously Embracing Internet Radio II-10
  • Monetization of Internet Radio Services II-10
  • Internet Radio and Local Advertising II-10
  • Catalogs: The Heart of On-Demand Services II-11
  • Multi-Channel Distribution: Key to Long-Term Success II-11
  • Rising Royalty Rates - A Cause of Concern for Radio Stations II-11
  • Marketers Track Web Browsing Trends to Serve Ads II-11
  • Radio Broadcasters Need to Smarten Up to Increase Revenues through Internet II-12
  • Internet Radio: A Platform for Indie Artists II-12
  • Technology Companies: A Threat to Internet Radio Participants II-12
  • Competitive Landscape II-13
  • A Brief Overview of Leading Internet Radio Companies II-13

2. AN INTRODUCTION TO INTERNET RADIO II-14

  • What is Internet Radio? II-14
  • Historical Background II-14
  • Features Unique to Internet Radio II-15
  • Global Reach II-15
  • Personalization II-15
  • Interactivity II-15
  • Wider Selection of Service Providers II-15
  • Option of Time-Shifting and Selecting Specific Stations II-15
  • Facility of Accurately Measuring Audience II-16
  • Internet Radio Streaming Technology II-16
  • Internet Radio Terminals II-16
  • Dedicated Internet Radio Terminal Devices II-17
  • Types of Internet Radio II-17
  • Simulcasting II-17
  • Webcasting II-17
  • Interactive Audio Streaming II-18
  • Podcasting Vs Internet Radio II-18
  • What are Radio Apps? II-18
  • Advantages of Internet Radio II-19
  • Disadvantages of Internet Radio II-20
  • Cost Per Impression (CPM) II-21

3. PRODUCT LAUNCHES/TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS II-22

  • Thefuture.fm Launches iPhone Application II-22
  • Pioneer Electronics (USA) Unveils AppRadio 2 (SPH-DA100) II-22
  • Frontier Silicon Introduces Venus 2i-BT Audio Platform II-22
  • D-Link Launches MovieNite Media Player II-23
  • Raditaz Upgrades Service to Improve User Experience II-23
  • Pioneer Electronics (USA) Unveils Single CD Receivers II-23
  • Spotify Adds Radio Feature to iPad and iPhone Apps II-24
  • Slacker Introduces Slacker Radio on Roku II-24
  • Sirius XM Radio Rolls Out SiriumXM Lynx Portable Radio II-24
  • Slacker Introduces SWAMI SOUND SYSTEM on Slacker Radio II-25
  • Sirius XM Radio Unveils New Update for SiriusXM Internet Radio App II-25
  • Pioneer Electronics (USA) Launches Audio Video Receivers II-25
  • Clarion Launches Navigation In-Dash Source Units II-26
  • Raditaz Launches Raditaz Music Platform for Android and iOS Platforms II-27
  • Myxer Unveils Myxer Social Radio™ II-27
  • Clear Channel Radio Launches iHeartRadio App For iPad II-27
  • Lenco Media Launches RadioLoyalty Internet Radio App II-28
  • The Recording Academy and Pandora Media Launch GRAMMY® Pandora® Internet Radio Station II-28
  • Slacker and ESPN Audio Introduce ESPN Radio Content on Slacker Radio II-28
  • Slacker Unveils Slacker Premium Radio II-28
  • NASA and RFC Media to Launch Third Rock - Americas Space Station II-29
  • Scion Introduces New Internet Radio Station Scion AV Streaming Radio II-29
  • Livio Radio Unveils Bluetooth Internet Radio Car Kit for Apple iPhone and iPod II-30
  • Big Digital Launches BIG Net Radio II-30
  • RadioTime Unveils TuneIn Radio Website for Google TV II-30
  • We7 Unveils Internet Radio Plus II-30
  • Fraunhofer IIS Showcases End-to-End Internet Radio and Mobile Audio Streaming Solutions II-30
  • iHome Unveils iHome+Radio II-31
  • RadioTime Launches RadioTime Channel on Roku Streaming Media Player II-31
  • Livio Radio to Unveil Carmen II-31
  • Pure to Introduce EVOKE Flow, Oasis Flow and Siesta Flow Internet Radio II-32
  • Reciva Unveils Radiostar, Grace Digital Radio and Reciva iRadio II-32
  • Dialog Telekom and Geodesic Unveil Music Station II-32

4. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-33

  • Star Entertainment Takes Over Tranzistor Systems II-33
  • Salem Communications and TuneIn Sign Partnership Agreement II-33
  • CBS RADIO and TuneIn Sign Licensing Agreement II-33
  • Alpine Electronics to Partner with Chleon Automotive to Develop Infotainment Platform II-33
  • RadioPlayer Enters into Partnership with Audioboo II-34
  • Max Media Group Takes Over BB2Live.com and Associated Assets II-34
  • Townsquare Media Takes Over Millenium Radio II-34
  • Townsquare Media Inks Agreement to Take Over Double O II-34
  • Clear Channel Radio Acquires Cloud-Based Music Business of Thumbplay II-35
  • Aspiro Mobile Solutions Takes over Apparat II-35
  • Emmis Communications and Jelli Enter into Partnership II-35
  • TargetSpot Enters into Partnership Agreement with Spanish Broadcasting System II-35
  • DMX Inks Agreement with Pandora Media for Offering Internet Radio for Businesses II-36
  • VoxPop Worldwide Enters into Partnership Agreement with BETA Records II-36
  • Slacker Enters into Internet Radio Agreement with AOL II-37
  • Max Media Group to Take Over Golden Voice Media II-37
  • VoxPop Worldwide to Snap Up R&R Music II-37
  • Grooveshark Enters into Partnership Agreement with Livio Radio II-38
  • Salem Web Network Takes Over WorshipHouse Kids and WorshipHouse Media II-38
  • CasaTunes Inks Partnership Agreement with Audio Authority II-38
  • Livio Radio Enters into Distribution Agreement with Navarre II-39
  • QT Information Systems Forms Joint Venture with Farm Progress II-39
  • Lipton Iced Tea and Pandora Internet Radio Collaborate for The Natural Side of Music II-39
  • VoxPop Worldwide Enters into Partnership with Future US II-40
  • Livio Radio Collaborates with Dice Electronics II-40
  • CasaTunes Enters into Partnership with Channel Vision II-40
  • Geodesic Partners with Shoutcast for Supplying Internet Radio II-41
  • RadioTime Takes over TuneIn Internet Radio iPhone Application II-41
  • RadioTime Signs Partnership Agreement with peiker acustic II-42
  • Modavox Divests Internet Radio Division to World Talk Radio II-42
  • Yahoo! France Inks Agreement with Deezer to Launch Internet Radio Service II-42

5. FOCUS ON SELECT PLAYERS II-43

  • 8tracks (US) II-43
  • 977 Music, Inc. (US) II-43
  • AccuRadio, LLC (US) II-43
  • AOL Radio (US) II-43
  • Clear Channel Communications, Inc. (US) II-44
  • Deezer (France) II-44
  • Digitally Imported, Inc. (US) II-44
  • Grooveshark (US) II-44
  • Last.fm (UK) II-45
  • Pandora Media, Inc. (US) II-45
  • Rhapsody International (US) II-45
  • Slacker, Inc. (US) II-45
  • SomaFM (US) II-46
  • Spotify Ltd (UK) II-46
  • TuneIn (US) II-47
  • We7 (UK) II-47

6. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-48

III. Market

1. THE UNITED STATES

2. CANADA

3. JAPAN

4. EUROPE

5. ASIA-PACIFIC

6. REST OF WORLD

IV. Competitive Landscape

Total Companies Profiled: 45 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries - 49)

  • The United States (38)
  • Canada (1)
  • Europe (7)
  • - France (1)
  • - The United Kingdom (6)
  • Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (3)

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/kk6shx/internet_radio

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