I just read about YES.com which is a great tool to help you find out what you may have heard on the radio this morning. Just some thoughts on this:
I really want them to do more mashups and show what is playing across the country and where. I just wish there was more of this information out there, is this top 40 song more popular in one region compared to another? How does the music spread? I am afraid some of this information may not be as interesting any more as the music industry (ClearChannel) has consolidated and they are all together in one company and they broadcast in many markets. Maybe they could should this 'spread' of music for smaller stations and public radio. Who knows.
Finally the UI which I love...
See the stations overlaid over the zip-code (98052 for Redmond, WA)...and then here is what it looks like for your radio station:
Just a shot out to my favourite radio station: C89.5 (Seattle's best radio station imho).
A final note on this post, they are getting their info from: MediaGuide. I guess they are a provider of this information which is pretty interesting, I think even Windows Media Player uses them, quite interesting.