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Tech & ScienceSpotify mimics the radio with a news and music playlist for drivers

19:46  12 june  2019
19:46  12 june  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Streaming music service Spotify is rolling out a new version of its desktop software for Windows and Mac today, adding a handful of new features and That station will then play music that’s similar to the playlist /album of your choosing. The feature is sure to delight the subset of people who like to mix

Spotify mimics the radio with a news and music playlist for drivers © Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge

Spotify’s launching a new playlist called Your Daily Drive that will incorporate news podcasts. Starting today, US users will be able to listen to music they already enjoy, alongside new music recommendations, with some news podcast content sprinkled in. Anyone can access the playlist, regardless of whether they’re driving.

The Wall Street Journal, NPR, and Public Radio International will provide the news audio clips. News and music will update throughout the day, unlike the platform’s other popular playlists. For instance, Discover Weekly only updates once a week, and other personalized playlists like Your Daily Mix only update once a day.

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1. Music bloggers and music news websites —. Playlists that highlight the music that inspired or compliments their books (such as David Biespiel’s Spotify playlist for his Other bands might make playlists to showcase the music they’re listening to on tour, or songs by bands they’re playing with

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This new playlist joins other Spotify lists in promoting podcasts. The Verge reported earlier this month that Spotify is testing five different podcast-only playlists that are human-curated. While those playlists are only in the testing phase for five percent of users in various countries, Your Daily Drive is available to all US users.

Today’s playlist also comes a month after Spotify announced its first hardware project — Car Thing — that’s designed to gather data about how people consume audio in the car. Spotify’s auto audio ambitions mean the company can’t just be good at music. This playlist is closer to the radio formula, where news enters the mix of songs every so often — though the new format doesn’t yet include weather and traffic, the two things most relevant to drivers.

Looking for new podcasts? Spotify is testing out a new feature that can help.
The streaming service says the new podcast functionality will benefit listeners and creators.

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