Seth Goldstein, Chairman and Co-Founder of Turntable.fm, the collaborative music service that allows friends to get together in rooms and take turns DJing, stopped to talk about the site's successes and potential next steps after his keynote address at Billboard's FutureSound conference.
Goldstein talked about experimenting with revenue models early in the next year, as the service initially focused on providing a social, engaging and interactive experience. But expansion will not stop at just revenue streams, as the service wants to also implement more passive listening experiences as well.
"You can imagine in months to come, there will be modes of Turntable that don't require that same kind of friction or investment," he said.
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