Social Radio

“Equal access to social rich media is required for social radio to work. We live in one world, and it’s getting smaller.”

Brian Greene (partner at doop.ie) and blip.fm ambassador is a avid fan of social radio. Here he is interviewed by Pete Dulin for the blog BlipNation.

Dulin: What does this phrase, “people controlled radio,” mean to you?

BrianGreene: “People controlled radio” is radio that we the listeners control. Radio by the people, for the people. Radio has been in the hands of the governments and the regulators and the corporations and the advertising departments for 100 years. Now we have passed the point in needing anyone but ourselves to programme our radio needs. And I don’t just mean music; documentaries, news, comment, and chat, we can share it all on social radio platforms, and Blip.FM is the truest form of social radio that I have yet seen.

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