iHeartRadio’s new streaming options let you choose a song, then return to the radio

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iHeartRadio’s entry into the crowded on-demand music streaming market will stay true to its roots. 

The company’s new streaming services, iHeartRadio Plus and iHeartRadio All Access, will incorporate on-demand listening into radio stations. 

“Spotify is digitized CDs,” iHeartRadio President Darren Davis told Mashable. “Our ancestor is radio.” 

The services, announced in September, let users play regular radio or custom and artist stations. From there, users can replay songs. When a replay ends, they will be redirected back to the live or custom radio station. 

While listening to Z100, for example, you could save or replay a song before going back to whatever’s on the air:  Read more…

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