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Examples of "idobi"
idobi Radio also has two sister stations: idobi Howl, launched in 2013 with a focus on metal and hardcore music; and idobi Anthm, which plays indie rock and indie pop.
idobi also runs a concert photography site called Photos From the Show and an online music video stream called idobiTV.
With roughly 5.5 million unique listens per month, idobi Radio is the #1 alternative rock stream, #1 alternative radio station on SHOUTcast.com, and regularly appears in the Triton Digital Top 20 alongside large broadcast companies like Clear Channel, Entercom, and more. idobi Radio was the winner of the 2014 RAIN Internet Radio Award for Best Single-Stream Webcaster.
Since 2014, idobi has partnered with Warped Tour to create iWR – idobi Warped Radio – the official internet radio station for the annual tour. Presenting three days per week of programming dedicated to Vans Warped Tour and its artists, iWR features interviews, takeovers, and spotlights running for the duration of the summer festival’s dates.
In 2014, idobi Radio was awarded "Best Single Stream Webcaster" at the 5th Annual RAIN internet Radio Awards at RAIN Summit Indianapolis.
On April 15, 2011, the site released the idobi App, an iOS app for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. On August 30, it was released for Android.
idobi Radio is a modern rock Internet radio station focusing on new pop punk and alternative music. The station broadcasts over the Internet via its website, app, iTunes and SHOUTcast. Established in 1999, idobi features interviews and music industry news, and radio shows hosted by popular artists. The stream has an excellent track record of playing tracks from top unsigned artists, most notably having featured artists like Good Charlotte, Fall Out Boy, and Simple Plan prior to the bands' mainstream successes.
idobi participated in 2015 setting of CRB rates for internet radio by the U.S. Copyright office. Arguments were presented that the previous royalty rates were too high, and have prevented competition in the internet radio space. Accuradio's Kurt Hanson states, "idobi…may be the only meaningful new entrant in the Internet radio industry to appear on the scene in the U.S. in the past seven years – and even it apparently has a history stretching back to 1999."
On March 12, 2014, idobi broke the news that New Found Glory's guitarist, Steve Klein, was charged with multiple counts of lewd conduct with a minor. The story was picked up by Billboard, MTV, The Huffington Post, and Alternative Press.
On March 12, 2014 idobi Radio reported that on the same day New Found Glory removed Klein from the band, Klein was arraigned on multiple felony charges, including lewd acts with a minor, and possession of child pornography.
The introduction of the iTunes Internet radio directory boosted listenership even further. idobi dropped the Top 40 stream in early 2003 in order to focus on the Alternative Rock stream and to launch a new web site covering music news, album reviews, concert photos, and artist info similar to AbsolutePunk and Buzznet. In 2003, the Live365 platform was also dropped in favor of SHOUTcast. In 2005, Entertainment Weekly Magazine named idobi one of the "fastest growing Internet radio stations in the world" and a "threat to terrestrial radio outlets".
idobi and its shows have played a role in breaking out bands like Good Charlotte, Simple Plan, Fall Out Boy, and many others. The station's playlist rotation is based on top alternative hits with an emphasis on new music and deep album cuts from top alternative artists. The station is known to not pay attention to singles, unlike terrestrial radio.
In October 2016, Scarlette started doing a weekly paranormal segment for Idobi Radio's Eddie, Jason, & Chris Show. Scarlette's segment runs for approximately 20 minutes in the shows second hour. She's had guests on such as Stanton T. Friedman, Peter Janney, Jeff Belanger, Steve Hodel (son of George Hill Hodel), and more.
Brett Callwood is an English journalist, copy writer, editor and author, currently living and working in Los Angeles. He is a writer with the LA Weekly, Music Connection, Idobi, Westword and more. He was previously a reporter at the "Longmont Times-Call" and "Daily Camera", the music editor at the "Detroit Metro Times" and editor-in-chief at "Yellow Scene" magazine.
On April 24, 2014, Alternative Press announced organising an award show which shall be held on July 21, 2014, at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio. Mark Hoppus, bassist and vocalist of the pop-punk band Blink-182, hosted the event's debut. The first show was aired live at AXS TV and Idobi Radio nationwide.
Currently, the station garners in excess of 5 million listeners a month, according to Triton Digital, making it one of the most successful independent online radio stations in the world. The web site is a multimedia platform consisting of music news, album reviews, concert photos, artist features and interviews, and in-studio performance videos. idobi is owned by Joel Madden of Good Charlotte, Sébastien Lefebvre and Chuck Comeau of Simple Plan, along with founder Tom Cheney, and Eddie Barella.
The song has received positive reviews. Alex Bear of idobi Radio described it as "an explosion [of] brilliant colors between chilled-out verses". Garrett Kamps of "Billboard" and Miles Waymer of "Entertainment Weekly" both praised the song's disco feel, with the former further complimenting its "Nile Rodgers-style" guitar work; and the latter stating that Lee's vocals result in a "soaring, emotional melody" while positively comparing her sound to Lorde and Gossip.
In 2013 Pfeiffer moved back to Los Angeles where he works for the LA offices of Kill The 8 Merch Co and is also starting a record label there called Chart Attack Records launching in early 2016. Darrin also has a new radio show on the Idobi Radio Network called The Dangerous Darrin Show with his Buffalo NY friend TS. They feature guests from the world of Sports, music, pop culture & politics.
idobi Radio was established in February, 1999 in Washington, DC by by then MTV Networks producer Tom Cheney. The station broadcast through the Live365 radio platform in two formats: Alternative Rock and Top 40, which initially ran off Cheney's home computer. As Internet radio usage grew, so did idobi's listenership. The station became more popular by promoting itself through concert tours, especially the Vans Warped Tour, and by teaming up with popular artists.
Reviewing the album for Idobi, Hannah Pierangelo said upon hearing it for the first time, it came across as "slightly bland", due to only half of the material "really carry[ing] any punch." Pierangelo noted that it was missing "the dynamic Cartel have proven they are capable of in previous albums." She counted that after several listens, the songs "grow on you" and show off more "substance beneath the surface". Overall, she said the band achieved "to make an impact once again".