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Slackers don't goof off nearly as much when they know the other group members personally.
Slackers are adequate performers, doing what his or her manager tells them to complete, nothing more or nothing less.
The Ford Sync AppLink allows drivers to control the Slacker online audio service through voice commands.
And now, with support for the new Slacker Personal Radio service, music fans in the United States have the ability to create and customize their own Internet radio stations.
Daniel Powter truly loves what he does," said Scott Riggs, senior director of radio at Slacker.
today announced the addition of Craig Rechenmacher, Chief Marketing Officer, and Carter Brokaw, Chief Revenue Officer, to the Slacker Radio team.
Impelled by a seemingly insatiable curiosity, Slacker dispenses with conventional plot so as to open itself to a much wider range of stimuli--hence every word and action assumes a common weight, enough to hold the camera's attention for a few minutes, but demanding no more commitment than that.
Internet radio is a rapidly growing platform for accessing audio content, and our partnership with Slacker Radio represents an important opportunity for exposing our content to new audiences and expanding access to our content via new platforms.
Hand-curated and hosted by the artists, Slacker Artist Showcase stations give listeners insight into the musical influences and favorite songs of bands and artists.
The Graffiti6 Showcase can be heard anywhere that Slacker is available, including on all major smartphones, the iPad, home entertainment devices and on the web at http://www.
World's Top-Selling Console Will Soon Enable Millions of Customers to Access Slacker in their Living Room with Voice and Gestures via Kinect
Her slacker days ended when she met her future husband, Bodhi (how's that for a Dharma-esque name?