Robertson Launches RadioSearchEngine.com
Serial Internet entrepreneur Michael Robertson is at it again. Robertson has launched RadioSearchEngine.com, calling it "the world's first radio search engine." If you're a Luke Bryan fan, a Metallica fan, or a Jay-Z fan, all you have to do is type the artist's name in the search box at www.radiosearchengine.com and every radio station playing Luke Bryan will appear. You can stick with that station if you like the next song or click on the artist's name you originally typed in the search engine on the right side of the website. A list of songs playing from that artist are waiting for you to listen to. You can also listen to your local stations, which appear on the site when you first go to radiosearchengine.com.
Robertson says, "Listeners are presented with an array of listening options that invite users to move smoothly between a no-effort radio experience or a near-demand experience. A recommendation engine identifies 20 similar songs likely of interest. A chart ranks other popular songs in that genre. A traditional skip button advances to a new related song. Together, these options allow listeners to fine tune their audio experience from hands-off radio to playing just old favorites or new hits. Unlike other radio services, there's no limit on fast forwarding, plus users can search for and play specific songs."
radiosearchengine.com -- Play local stations, locate trending songs and popular shows
radiosearchengine.com/search/metallica -- Get a list every Metallica song playing on radio
radiosearchengine.com/search/kati-perry-roar -- List all stations playing Katy Perry's "Roar"
radiosearchengine.com/search/beatles -- Listen to any Beatles song being broadcast
radiosearchengine.com/search/chill -- Find a list of songs playing on top Chill stations
radiosearchengine.com/search/country -- Find a list of songs playing on top Country stations
(10/31/2013 5:13:28 PM) |
Ah! Another Rhodes Scholar drops by.
Even so, am I lyin'....?
Maybe the answer is "Live & Local"...?
Yeah! That's it!
|- Ronald T. Robinson|
(10/31/2013 3:36:11 PM) |
Jesus! You post a comment on almost every RI article! Boring1 Get a life, jackoff!
|- Shut the fuck up, Ronald!|
(10/31/2013 3:09:07 PM) |
I would guess that Bay City Rollers' fans are having trouser accidents.
So many songs - so many stations - so little time!
I would also guess it's time for terra-radio to supply some more reasons other than a wack of other-picked tunes for a listener to be sticking around.
This also means supplying fewer irritants that give listeners cause to bail out.
|- Ronald T. Robinson|
(10/31/2013 2:49:52 PM) |
This has got to be one of the coolest things I've played with in awhile. It's rough, no doubt, but man, what a great idea!
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