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News: Michael Robertson Bucks the Music Industry Again With DAR.fm
Posted on Friday, February 25, 2011 @ 13:46:53 UTC
Topic: Internet

Michael Robertson is a longtime provocateur of the music business. A decade ago, the music labels successfully sued his landmark startup, Mp3.com, over a feature that gave users a digital copy of any song they could prove they owned on CD. In 2007, Robertson walked into another nest of litigation with Mp3Tunes.com, which allows consumers to upload their songs into cloud-based digital music lockers and then stream their tracks to any smartphone or computer. Now Robertson is taking the wraps off his newest startup, DAR.fm - short for digital audio recorder. It'll be a centralized Web-based TiVo for radio. Users can go to DAR.fm to search through the programming schedules of about 600 music and talk-radio stations around the country and schedule the site to record up to four hours of any broadcast. Complete Article





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