iHeartRadio’s Live and Custom Radio Stations Now Available on Groove

    iHeartRadio’s Live and Custom Radio Stations Now Available on Groove

    iHeartRadio’s Live and Custom Radio Stations Now Available on Groove


    Posted: 13 Oct 2015
    Today, we are excited to share that you can now access iHeartRadio, iHeartMedia’s all-in-one streaming music and live digital radio service, from within the Groove music app on Windows 10. This means you can jumpstart the iHeartRadio experience from right inside your music library to listen to thousands of endlessly, diverse live radio stations from across the U.S. – including pop, country, urban, rock, talk, college and more – or create a custom station based on a song you are listening to, right from the Groove app.

    You know that when it comes to keeping you and your music together – wherever – Groove rocks. This integration with iHeartRadio gives customers access to an exclusive experience on Windows 10. Groove unifies all the music in your life and gives you new ways to discover the music that moves you.

    “We are excited to bring the love of radio to Groove,” said Michele Laven, President of Business Development and Partnerships for iHeartMedia. “With the ability to listen to thousands of live radio stations and create custom stations from more than 20 million songs and 800,000 artists, there’s a station to fit every music taste.”
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    Cluster Head's Avatar Posted By: Cluster Head
    13 Oct 2015

  1. Antilope's Avatar
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    Iheartradio. What a vast wasteland of nothingness. It's only a vehicle to spam you with mindless ads, public service spots and tired "music history" spots that are repeated endlessly. I have tried to listen and run from the room screaming. I end up listening to internet radio from Australia, New Zealand, Ireland or the U.K. They still have great radio, like it once was in America.
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    Antilope said:
    Iheartradio. What a vast wasteland of nothingness. It's only a vehicle to spam you with mindless ads, public service spots and tired "music history" spots that are repeated endlessly. I have tried to listen and run from the room screaming. I end up listening to internet radio from Australia, New Zealand, Ireland or the U.K. They still have great radio, like it once was in America.
    I'm glad I read your post I was going to try it but I hate crap, I'm on Apple music at the moment to see if it's worth $10 a month, at least I hear what I want to hear, a lot of old Jazz, Blues and old Pop etc.
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    BillyBob said:
    I'm glad I read your post I was going to try it but I hate crap, I'm on Apple music at the moment to see if it's worth $10 a month, at least I hear what I want to hear, a lot of old Jazz, Blues and old Pop etc.
    Sounds like you and I have similar music tastes. For music I've been using Pandora.

    I was tuned into iHeartradio mainly for talk shows. But all of their stations seem to be spammed with mindless crap ads, and like I said endless repeats of the same public service announcements (to fill where they couldn't sell an ad?) and endless repeats of a "music history" feature that seems to repeat every 10 minutes with the same episode. Aaaaaaaaaagh! Whoever produces iHeartradio must not listen to it or they would go nuts. Hey, maybe that explains it.

    Anyway, for talk shows try LBC London, 2GB Sydney, ZB Wellington NZ and 106.0 Dublin (Use direct links on their websites, not an iHeartradio link). Reminds me of the good old days from long ago at KGO San Francisco.
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    Yeah, don't like ads that's why I'm paying $10 a month so I can listen to non stop flowing music of my choice. I'll give Pandora and a couple of others a try after I've played around with Apple Music for a while.
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