Exploring the Internet is a great way to discover new music. We’ve rounded up websites where you can stream music videos and even download songs free. Maybe you just want to find out what’s hot in the music industry? Then check out the post on the Grammy’s and find out where to find additional videos and music of today’s most popular performers.
Discovering new music is great and when you find a song you love you probably want to have it with you all the time. Whether you have an iPod, cell phone, or tablet it’s easier than you think to transfer a song from your computer to one of those devices and take it with you. Just convert the file to MP3. Read on to find out what you need to know about this popular audio file format.
The Early Days of the Internet Before Web 3.0 and 2.0 there was simply the World Wide Web. When our CEO & Founder, Rob Glaser, left his post as a Microsoft executive to launch his startup, Progressive Networks, websites were mostly static and text was about all you could use without lengthy downloads over . . .
If spectacle is what you’re after, the MTV Video Music Awards didn’t disappoint. The performances, the controversies, the fact that it was in Brooklyn — you couldn’t avoid footage of this event if you tried. It doesn’t even matter that MTV hasn’t played music videos regularly since the Clinton administration. Video highlights from the show . . .
YouTube is a great place to find music. Whether it’s the latest summer hit or a classic jazz tune, odds are you’ll find it on YouTube. However playing one song at a time isn’t the most efficient way to hear a bunch of songs. Fortunately, you can create YouTube playlists of your favorite tunes to . . .
While RealPlayer can play a multitude of file types, you can also use RealPlayer to convert files into the format that best fits your watching or listening needs. It’s a perfect solution for easily converting music or other audio files into formats that you want to make portable or more versatile. Do you have some . . .
Remember when music videos were all the rage? Neither do we. It’s easy to forget that MTV stands for music television. But artists still use music videos as a way to promote their material, and the best place to find those is as streaming MP4 videos is on the web. Once you find those videos . . .
Dubbed as music’s number one night, the Grammy Awards is in its 55th year and hotter than ever. This year LL Cool J will be hosting the event for the second time in a row. The Grammy’s are for music like the Oscars are for acting. Grammy performances deliver to a wide range of music . . .
If you love watching documentaries then there is a good chance that you also really love listening to National Public Radio (NPR). With a diverse range of programming from the “Mystery Science Shows,” to the even-handed political discussion on “Talk of the Nation,” to the hilarious “Click and Clack Car Talk,” there is really something . . .
Everyone loves music right? There is an inherent value found in the relationships that people have around and through music. Unless you’ve been sleeping for a while (like 12 years), finding and listening to good music has become an increasingly social experience. It’s really simple, it goes something like this: “Hey, I found this song . . .
The video-sharing website YouTube is the third most popular site on the Internet, streaming a staggering four billion videos every day. That popularity, however, is not all wine and roses and piano-playing cats. Of those four billion YouTube videos viewed daily, many are copyrighted material provided by media businesses for people to view on YouTube. . . .