NPR brings live streaming news to iTunes Radio

Live Streaming services have proven to be a smart business model lately, with companies like Pandora and Spotify succeeding in gaining members. The biggest problem with these services is that they haven’t solved the needs of every customer since a lot of people just like to listen to the news on the go, aside from their music selection. Apple’s iTunes Radio is currently on a rise in many countries, and a new launch today proves that it’s just getting better.

NPR will launch on iTunes Radio today, and its offering 24 hours of streamed content to your iOS device. NPR affiliates are also ready to join the service, and we should expect these to launch on iTunes Radio this spring. According to NPR, this is just one of the many strategies it has to offer an expanded digital licensed experience.

We do know that Apple entered into a significant deal with record labels in order to make iTunes Radio possible. It’s hard to know exactly what arrangement was made with NPR, but what’s important is that you’ll now have more alternatives as to what to stream, without having to leave the app.

Source: NPR
Via: Apple Insider

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