TUN3R: Web 2.0 Internet Radio Search

July 14, 2007 at 6:12 pm 1 comment

Tun3ris an interesting new concept for internet radio listening.

It contains a big grid containing top-rated internet radio stations. By dragging the needle around, you can hear audio samples streamed from stations, as well as browse through the broadcaster’s recent playlist. The index includes 1,400 stations covering over 40 languages and 25 different musical genres. You can also search stations’ playlists for artists and songs you’re interested in hearing.

There is definitely something about the layout and the way it works. The database is extensive and the ability to view playlists as well as sample audio refines the internet radio search experience. Definitely a site that’s worth visiting if you’re searching for an online radio station.



Entry filed under: Internet, Music, web 2.0.

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  • 1. Neil Hepburn  |  May 8, 2008 at 2:21 pm

    Hi Ben,

    Letting you know we just launched City Dials (e.g. http://nyc.tun3r.com).

    We also added a “Live Mode” feature, so you can browse the actual live streams.

    Be interested to hear what you think.



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