Rdio has always focused on giving listeners the ultimate music experience, and today, we are excited to unveil that Rdio is now leading with a free, best-in-class internet radio service and introducing new features making it even easier to listen to music any way you want, from stations to playlists to albums to songs. No trial, subscription, or payment necessary, Rdio’s free stations feature 15 times more music than the leading Internet radio service and a wide variety of station types, including artist- and genre-based stations, human-curated stations programmed to fit any mood or activity, personalized stations tuned to each individual listener, and stations based on tastemakers. Check out and embed hundreds of tastemaker stations from Billboard, NPR Music, Hype Machine, Shazam, and Rolling Stone to Marc Jacobs, AllSaints, The Grammys, and Snoop Dogg to discover what’s in their personal rotations.
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And the announcements aren’t over yet – to celebrate, we’re rolling out a whole new batch of Rdio Sessions over the next few weeks. Continuing the ongoing series of unique, recorded performances hand-picked and exclusive to Rdio, we’re introducing new sets today from Tokyo Police Club and hot country duo Dan + Shay. These sets will be joined in the coming weeks by Daughtry, Switchfoot, SOHN, Strange Talk, John Pardi and Tensnake.
A leading global digital streaming music service, Rdio is reinventing the way people discover, play, and share music. Rdio’s goal is to be the world’s most simple, personal, and social music experience. The company aims to provide access to every song, on every device, anywhere in the world, instantly, online or offline. Founded by Janus Friis, co-creator of Skype, in August 2010, Rdio is headquartered in San Francisco. The service is currently available in 60 countries and offers a catalog of over 30 million songs. More information on Rdio is available at: http://www.rdio.com/.