When Users Control the Radio, Buzz Happens

Here's a cool interview with Jelli founder and CEO Mike Dougherty about his new service that amps up the game aspect of radio by giving the users (formerly called "listeners") control over the airplay.

I wrote about this in greater depth in this post.


The important thing about Jelli is that it is genuinely gathering some excitement among consumers looking for the Next Big Thing.

This interview is from the gamer and comics culture channel G4.

[Note: McVay New Media has a service similar to this called "Listener Driven Radio"].

Note to G4:  How much is that interviewer paying you guys for this gig?  "Bad" is what the better version of his technique would be called

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