Thursday, October 8, 2009
Slacker Integrates With Twitter
San Diego-based Internet radio service Slacker has integrated its service with micro-blogging service Twitter, the firm said this morning. According to Slacker, it has added the ability for users with Twitter accounts to automatically tweet their favorite music they are listening to on the service to Twitter, including automatically tweeting song changes or station changes. Slacker is a provider of a personal Internet radio service, which allows users to stream music to their PC, Slacker's own player, as well as phones like the iPhone and BlackBerry. The firm is backed by Rho Ventures, Centennial Ventures, Sevin Rosen Funds, and Mission Ventures.