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last.fm va fi pe bani
« on: March 27, 2009, 12:29:54 AM »
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Last.fm Radio Announcement
24 Mar 2009
Today we’re announcing an upcoming change to the way Last.fm Radio works in some parts of the world. In the United States, United Kingdom and Germany, nothing will change. In all other countries, listening to Last.fm Radio will soon require a subscription of €3.00 per month. There will be a 30 track free trial, and we hope this will convince people to subscribe and keep listening to the radio. Everything else on Last.fm (scrobbling, recommendations, charts, biographies, events, videos etc.) will remain free in all countries, like it is now.

Since we streamed our first track from Last.fm back in 2002, we have focused on playing the right songs to the right people, compensating artists for playing their music, and being the best music site on the web. We appreciate the support we get from the 30 million people who use Last.fm every month – double the number of people since this time last year. We work with over 280,000 labels and artists, many of whom we pay directly, and have built up the largest catalogue of any web radio platform: over 7 million tracks are available on Last.fm Radio stations.

In order to keep providing the best radio service on the web, we need to ask our listeners from countries other than USA, UK and Germany to subscribe for €3.00 per month. In return you’ll get unlimited access to Last.fm Radio, and a promise that we’ll be hard at work improving the service for years to come.

Q&A for users outside the US, UK or Germany
Q. When does this go into effect?
A: We are currently planning to switch to subscription radio outside the US, UK, and Germany on Monday, March 30.
Q. How much will Last.fm Radio cost?
A: €3.00 per month
Q. What happens if I’m already a subscriber, or I buy a subscription before March 30th?
A. Your subscription will continue to be valid and automatically gain Last.fm Radio functionality after the switch. Existing subscribers don’t need to change anything.
Q. Does this affect listening to previews or full length tracks?
A. No.
Q. How can I pay for my subscription?
A. Currently subscriptions are only available through PayPal, but always we’re always working on improving our service, including payment methods and are looking into offering additional payment methods in the future.

sursa: http://www.last.fm/about/subscriptionradio

mda ... daca ai bani nu te costa nimic ... daca n-ai bani mai bine iti cauti altceva si uite asa se duce dracu' un alt serviciu de muzica. Sper sa le revina mintea la cap, sau daca nu ... falimentul sa-i manance

intre timp, pentru cei care cauta alternative pentru last.fm, posturi de radio de pe net care cica merg si la noi:
deezer.com
redioverve.com
grooveshark.com
www.imeem.com
http://www.ilike.com/
http://blip.fm/
http://www.jamendo.com/en/
http://musicovery.com/index3.php?ct=zz
http://www.jango.com/
http://www.meemix.com/app/
http://hypem.com/radio
http://www.playlist.com/
http://music.aol.com/radioguide/bb
http://free.napster.com/
http://new.music.yahoo.com/launchcast/
http://fairtilizer.com/
http://www.lala.com/
http://www.live365.com/index.live
http://mixtape.me/
http://radioio.com/pages/listen
http://fizy.com/
http://mog.com/
http://randrworld.com/
« Last Edit: March 29, 2009, 08:48:18 PM by Alexx »

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Re: last.fm va fi pe bani
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2009, 04:44:28 AM »
Si ieri, pe neanuntate au taiat "macaroana" celor din lumea a 3-a
http://blog.last.fm/2009/04/22/radio-subscriptions :(