The Pandora project enables you to create your own radio stations based on the music you liked and delivering new titles you hadn’t thought of or even didn’t know that they existed. It’s a great way to discover new artists.
The Pandora online Jukebox
Could it be considered a new media? Could it replace your good old radio one day? Should we even envisage that future radios – being connected to the Internet – could deliver that kind of programme through your radio set or HiFi tuner?
Besides, should we consider that this is the beginning of the end of real-time radio listening as we knew it?
What is certain is that if we were to replace our regular radio stations with online widgets like these, we could actually wave goodbye to radio commercials as we know them. Or should we invent new forms of commercials instead?