Tag: amazon echo

01/23

Did Smart Speakers Affect Radio Listening in 2017?

There's lots of talk about the impact of smart speakers like Amazon's Echo on usage for radio. Indeed, last year alone, some 25 million of these devices were sold, 11 million in the holiday quarter alone. The appeal to broadcasters is obvious: A device that's all about listening - and it's being embraced by millions of American households who quite possibly don't own radios at home and thus are less likely to listen to them. What if we could return the radio to the living room in the form of Amazon Echo or Google Home? What would that do to radio listening? I thought I would put that … [Read more...]

11/06

Amazon Just Reimagined the Table Radio – Amazon Echo

It's called Amazon Echo, and like so many tech gadgets made by Amazon it's more of an interesting idea than something which is necessarily likely to leap off the virtual shelves. Writes Amazon: Amazon Echo is designed around your voice. It's always on—just ask for information, music, news, weather, and more. Echo begins working as soon as it hears you say the wake word, "Alexa." It's also an expertly-tuned speaker that can fill any room with immersive sound. And - more to the point - it can play all kinds of music (and news) from your Amazon Music Library, Prime Music, TuneIn, and … [Read more...]

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