And he's correct with each of them. Radio has always had intolerable spotloads (piles of ads), while online streamers have few (e.g. Pandora) or none (e.g. Spotify). Station streams are hard to find, and curated poorly. (Apple, for example, has buried their selection
, never provided a way to search, and worse.) Common wisdom in music radio programming (e.g. playing the shit out of hit songs) doesn't fly online. There are too many station apps, and too many of those suck. The aggregation apps (TuneIn and the rest) are hard to navigate, change constantly, and try desperately (and poorly) to be "social."