Slacker, the Internet/mobile media streaming music service, has added Twitter to its list of offerings.
Of course “tweeting” music isn’t quite technically feasible yet, especially in 140 characters or less, but Slacker’s tweeting capabilities concentrate on texts noting listener station changes or notifying others of favorite songs or unfavorite songs.
Senior Vice President of Marketing at Slacker Jonathan Sasse said, “With the new Twitter integration, we are helping listeners share their music with friends and the Twitter community for the ultimate in music discovery.”
The tweeting feature works with Slacker’s basic and subscription services. Slacker works with computers, mobile phones, dedicated Internet radios, PDAs and personal music players with Wi-Fi capabilities.