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At Streema we are building a place where people can listen to their favorite stations. In addition, we want to create a platform where people can connect with other people who listen to radio.

Lately we've been thinking hard about this. What does radio listening on a social platform really mean? "Social" is something that has always been talked about, and specially recently with Google+, but social applied to radio not so much. Changing that is one of the reasons Streema exists.

Now, it's easy to say all of this, but very hard to do it. So, how do we make this a more social platform? How should we connect people? We'd love to hear what you think. For example, today you can see what your friends listen to, you can see what users listen to which stations, you can write wall comments on station profiles, even write reviews... but what else would you like to do on our site?

Two of our elite code monkeys in a resting session (we let them listen to radio) - check the complete photo collection.

With this blog post we want to hear from you... and ANY idea is welcome, the crazier the better. If we just get to implement even one idea that can make Streema a better social platform, then we'll be happy!

One thing that differentiates us from the rest of the radio websites is that we want to connect people that listen to radio and would love to take that to a level that no one has done before. Thanks once again for your help. :)

Stay tuned!

The Streema Team

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2 Responses to Streema’s Social Platform

  1. Emiliano says:


    I love Streema! I’d love to see radios interacting with us directly in Streema.

    Emiliano

    ps: hey, at least you let the monkeys rest by the windows :)


  2. Juan says:


    Emiliano, we let those two sit there only for the pictures, regularly they work in another place. Thanks for your support!


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