As usual when conventions roll 'round, there's a steadily-building flood of news pouring from all sides of the industry. Here's a run-through of some of that news, served up in convenient bite-size chunks:
- SiriusXM has updated its Android app with the on-demand and offline playback features it introduced back in early August. You can find more from Engadget here and our original coverage of SiriusXM's new interactive features here.
- A new forecast from BIA/Kelsey pins U.S. spending on web daily deals at $3.6 billion for 2012. That's a 86.9% jump over 2011. BIA/Kelsey expects a further 23% growth next year. Find out more from BIA/Kelsey here.
- TuneIn has announced new partnerships with more than 20 broadcasters, including Public Radio International (PRI), C-SPAN Radio, ABC Australia, mvyradio, WFMU, the Hearst Corporation and others.
- Crowdsourced radio service Jelli names Pollack Media Group chairman/CEO Jeff Pollack to its strategic advisory board. Pollack says Jelli's potential to "drive ratings, share and revenue growth is impressive." All Access has more coverage here.
- Marketron has relaunched its online client portal MyMarketron, which it originally debuted in May 2011. Marketron says more than 3,500 members are using the service, which now includes an extensive support knowledgebase. You can find Marketron's press release here.