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  1. TuneIn announced a deal last Thursday (August 9th) to bring Cumulus Media’s 441 stations like Chicago's WLS, Los Angeles' KLOS and New York's WABC back to their platform. The deal will also include distribution of podcasts from the Westwood One Podcast Network. The deal comes shortly after Entercom pulled its radio stations from the TuneIn apps and website in favor of its Radio.com portal. Cumulus had a deal to distribute their streams on the iHeartRadio apps and website in 2011 where they remain as of this moment. https://radioinsight.com/headlines/169871/tunein-announces-addition-of-cumulus-media-stations-to-its-app/ http://www.insideradio.com/free/all-cumulus-media-stations-now-available-on-tunein/article_91f13f6c-9c6d-11e8-9131-8b52973e888f.html
  2. Anybody here use the TuneIn app or its website? According to RadioInsight, Entercom CEO David Field announced that the company will pull its stations' streams off TuneIn. The legacy Entercom stations will exit TuneIn on July 6 with the former CBS Radio stations following on August 1st. Radio.com will become the exclusive digital platform for all of Entercom's stations. Plus, all Entercom stations will identify on-air as “a Radio.com station”. https://radioinsight.com/headlines/169113/entercom-to-pull-streams-off-of-tunein-exclusively-use-radio-com/ Thoughts?
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