-- Trying to bridge the gap between Internet and terrestrial radio, startup Jelli has launched with a crowdsourced radio programming model. Listeners will all hear the same playlist, both online and on partner radio stations, but can influence what songs are played next by voting on pending songs online. Those with the most votes move up in the queue while those with negative votes move down. CBS Radio's Live 105 is the first terrestrial broadcaster airing the feed, from 10-midnight.

-- Subscription services may be struggling, but one company says it's doing just fine-classical music service Naxos. According to the L.A. Times blog, it's success is due to a mix of niche programming, simple interface, and low expectations. (LA Times)