starting an internet radio service


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Hey there,

I have been working on a electronic music internet radio project and the ideal outcome is/was to host 15-20 streams. The idea was to provide a 4 month advertisement trial (to stay profitable), with an option to sign up for a $2.99/month service or a $36.00/year annual music subscription.

The problem with internet radio these days is it's a turbulent industry and advertising revenue these days doesn't really pay the bills. I'm wondering if I should restructure my project and keep it simple...

I am not planning to play any live music or talk shows from a studio. The goal is/was to stream pre-recorded sets, mp3s, and transfer controls to various DJs within different genres using a computer so DJs can stream their sets live towards their target audiences. The platform in its current design would be a smaller version of a leading electronic music service provider.

I have the front end of the application on the iOS operating system almost complete --
-login systems
-home menu
-internet radio selection
-internet radio information
-internet radio stream
-favourite folders for radio shows and fm streams
-settings folder

I'm wondering what the best outcome is to achieve from this project.

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