SAN FRANCISCO - Saturday, November 8th 2014 [ME NewsWire]
(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Rdio, a leading global music streaming service available in 60 countries, announces the full library of Taylor Swift’s popular music (other than the album “1989”) remains available through the platform’s ad-supported Internet radio service. Rdio listeners have access to music in two important ways:
on-demand, allowing paid subscribers to listen to any of her songs anywhere, anytime they want
Internet radio, allowing anyone to hear her songs as part of the ad-supported Internet radio experience
“Rdio listeners benefit from our longtime commitment to respecting the choices artists and their labels make about how their songs should be distributed. Let’s always remember that artists deserve a say in how their music is shared with their fans,” said Anthony Bay, CEO of Rdio.
The ad-supported music streaming service was introduced in September with more than 30 million songs. Rdio’s ad-supported stations available to anyone include genre-specific stations, curated stations created to fit any mood activity and personalized stations tuned to each individual listeners — reflecting Rdio’s commitment to providing the most robust streaming Internet radio experience through personalized music.
In addition to providing the largest possible catalog of songs, Rdio offers listeners a wide variety of ways to enjoy their favorite music -- on their mobile devices, on home devices such as Sonos and Roku and in a variety of automobiles and aftermarket car entertainment devices.
Rdio, one of the world’s largest licensed music services, offers a catalog of over 30 million songs in 60 countries worldwide. Rdio’s mission is to provide access to every song, on every device, anywhere in the world instantly, online or offline — tuned to you. Rdio’s critically acclaimed applications combine the best of personal choice, social engagement, human curation, algorithmic personalization, and programming from tastemakers. Music fans can enjoy Rdio as either a free, personalized stations-first internet radio experience or as a full on-demand subscription service. Founded by Janus Friis, co-creator of Skype, in August 2010, Rdio is headquartered in San Francisco. More information on Rdio is available at: www.rdio.com.