Apple CEO Steve Jobs has been named the most influential person in online music by US music magazine, Blender.

The title has compiled a list of the 25 people most active in shaping the new music revolution, focusing on the behind-the-scenes movers and shakers playing the most active part.

Blender's editor-in-chief Craig Marks said: "The iTunes Store and the iPod have done more to change the way people listen to music than anything since the CD, and maybe since the sound recording."

MySpace co-founders Tom Anderson and Chris DeWolfe share second place in the list, dubbed "The Powergeek 25", Reuters reports.

YouTube founders Chad Hurley and Steve Chen took third place, with Universal CEO Doug Morris named as fourth place player in the list.

Others named include Pitchfork magazine founder Ryan Schreiber, Yahoo! Music's Ian Rogers and people behind Last.FM, LimeWire, RapidShare and Music Today.