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Zane Lowe talks about the future of Radio DJ in the streaming era

Zane Lowe, host of the beat 1 radio says he is excited about Apple 's rivals starting to rip live streaming radio programs.

Row who left BBC 's radio 1 and left Beatles 1 radio said in a recent interview that he still questioned how his radio show matched the music scene. In the era of social media where artists can interact with fans, radio hosts were not necessarily inevitable, but Spotify and YouTube Music are planning to launch their own radio program, Lowe prepares them to enter the league It is made.

"This is a controversial statement, I do not want to be the only streaming service in the block," Row told the LA Times. "There is no league of one team, sometimes you win, sometimes you will not win But you are still in the game, not too much overall, but I'm happy because I am in a game.

One beat's future

Recently, I hired Dawn Ostroff of Conde Nast Entertainment as a new Chief Content Officer. Apple Music has only 75 million paid subscribers to Spotify. Lowe is not worried and he says that his focus is part of the future of the radio.

"We are the only voice of streaming, it's not bored, it's a fact," Row said. "This is the era of my favorite broadcasting, I entered the music because of the feeling when I met people, what I felt, what it looked like, it is obsessive to me I would like to take that obsession.

Row told the LA Times, his purpose is to move the needle. Even though the broadcasting station no longer has acquired exclusive rights of the album before release, DJ is the biggest music fan, so we see the broadcasting station playing a central role in future radio.

"My hope is that we are all the same: everyone is a" fan "," …

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