A new online radio service from a British company is set to make its debut in the US, sparking speculation about the popularity of free internet radio.
Spectrum radio, which is the UK equivalent of a free music service, was launched last month by a British music producer and has since racked up a huge number of listeners.
But it is not a subscription service and it does not include ads.
Spectrum Radio aims to be the first service in the world that offers a free online radio platform for its subscribers to listen to the same content that is available on terrestrial radio stations.
The new service, Spectrum Internet Radio, includes a wide range of free content from bands including Queen, Alice Cooper and David Bowie.
But unlike its US counterpart, it does have a $5 monthly fee to subscribe to the service, which can be done through an internet browser.
There are also restrictions on the frequency of the content.
The station itself does not advertise and does not ask for donations, according to a Spectrum Internet radio press release.
“The aim is to create a platform where people can listen to music, watch movies and other content free from advertising, as well as enjoying music and other media through a variety of online services,” the press release said.
“For example, a free internet audio station with free music is available to all Spectrum Internet users, free internet video is available as a service for all Spectrum internet users and Spectrum Internet radios can be used as a standalone music service as well.”
It is hoped that Spectrum Internet will become the platform for the next generation of independent music and radio producers to create and distribute music for their listeners, and also create a network of musicians and artists who share their passion and creativity.
“The service has been criticised by music fans and industry observers.
I think it’s a bit of a waste of money to have people buy a licence and have them come in and listen to a bunch of rubbish. “
I don’t see any reason for me to use Spectrum Internet,” he said.
“There are a lot of people who will just listen on the internet.” “
Spectrum Internet, which charges $5 per month, is the first radio service in America that does not require a subscription. “
There are a lot of people who will just listen on the internet.”
Spectrum Internet, which charges $5 per month, is the first radio service in America that does not require a subscription.
It will allow customers to listen on their mobile phones, tablet computers, desktop computers or PCs without having to pay for a service.
Radio producer Robyn Miller, who co-founded the radio station with the US artist Alex Gershwin, told CNN the service was a positive thing for the UK.
“Spectrum Internet Radio is a welcome and exciting development for music fans in the UK,” she said.
However, she also said it was a “slippery slope” to open up internet radio services to all internet users.
“You can get free online music without a subscription, but you cannot get free internet music without paying,” she told CNN.
The launch of the Spectrum Internet service in London is expected to spark discussion on whether free internet services are a viable alternative to commercial radio. “
A subscription service will allow the public to get access to music but you are not getting access to a free radio service.”
The launch of the Spectrum Internet service in London is expected to spark discussion on whether free internet services are a viable alternative to commercial radio.
In the US where the internet has become a more mainstream technology, some music producers have argued that free internet radios are not the best option.
Some artists, such as David Bowie, have already signed up to Spectrum Internet in the hope that it will make it easier to access their music online.