Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) September 5, 2008
Nobody listens to more music worldwide than streamSerf, Inc., an independent, music-auditing technology company that has launched an enhanced version of its web site, http://www.streamserf.com, to provide the music industry with even greater power, flexibility and functionality to audit the airplay of music through traditional radio stations, satellite radio stations and Internet streams, throughout the world.
Through its web site, streamserf.com, streamSerf, Inc. allows the music industry to easily and quickly find out wherever a recording, such as a song, has been aired on a traditional radio station, on the Internet, or on a satellite radio channel, such as on XM, anywhere in the world.
Since its launch at the South-By-Southwest (SXSW) music conference in March 2008, streamSerf has collected more than 130 million songs and will exceed 30 million hours of radio listening by year's end. Using its patent-pending technology to acquire and store information and providing a user-friendly interface, it is now possible for artists, music industry professionals and fans to access accurate, detailed information about their favorite music.
Using customer feedback, streamSerf has added powerful new search functionality to its web site, streamserf.com, to help its customers obtain even more accurate data on the airplay of a recording. Continually improving on its proprietary radio listening and database storage technology, streamSerf provides more than 75 million unique pages of radio play data, depending on the customer's request.
For a limited time, streamSerf is allowing the music industry free access to many features on its site as well as providing custom data reports on a subscription fee basis. To give streamSerf a test drive, visit streamserf.com.
Founded by technology veteran, Paul Mockenhaupt, who launched Machensoft, Inc., streamSerf enhances the music industry's ability to compete by offering an exclusive aggregating technology that relies on actual, real-time data from traditional broadcast radio, Internet streams and satellite radio, presenting the most accurate picture of broadcast music available. Unlike its competition, streamSerf does not rely on small samples, but instead seeks to capture as much actual data as possible to determine how widespread any particular song is being aired. In other words, nobody listens to more music worldwide than streamSerf.
For more information, contact:
Paul Mockenhaupt, CEO
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