Slacker Radio

Slacker Radio is all about reconnecting you with what makes radio great. We're an awesome combination of human-curated genre stations, algorithm-based customizable radio, and on-demand content. Our team of curators have built hundreds of stations that will deliver the hits, surprise you, and keep you completely looped in to what's happening in the worlds of music, news and entertainment. Beyond the Slacker branded services, Slacker Radio powers curated and personalized radio for Milk Music by Samsung and AOL Radio. Slacker Radio mobile applications are available for Android, iOS, Windows Phone, and more. Slacker Radio is also available on the web, in the home, and in the car. Slacker Radio…radio that listens to you.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Diego, US
Founded
2006
Size (employees)
109 (est)-1%
Slacker Radio was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in San Diego, US

Key People at Slacker Radio

Jim Cady

Jim Cady

President & CEO
Brad Kindig

Brad Kindig

VP of Engineering
Steve Cotter

Steve Cotter

SVP, Sales and Business Development
Basil Horangic

Basil Horangic

Seed Investor (AV)

Slacker Radio Office Locations

Slacker Radio has an office in San Diego
San Diego, US (HQ)
16935 W. Bernardo Dr. Suite 101

Slacker Radio Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2006

Total Funding

$70.7 m

Latest funding size

$12.2 m

Time since last funding

over 8 years

Investors

Slacker Radio's latest funding round in May 2009 was reported to be $12.2 m. In total, Slacker Radio has raised $70.7 m

Slacker Radio Operating Metrics

Slacker Radio's Monthly Unique Users was reported to be 5.9 m in Mar, 2017
Mar, 2017FY, 2017

Monthly Unique Users

5.9 m

Monthly Sessions per User

5
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Slacker Radio Online and Social Media Presence

Slacker Radio News and Updates

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