iHeartRadio Adds 34 ABC Stations To Its Folds

iHeartRadio Adds 34 ABC Stations To Its Folds
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Thirty-four ABC radio stations, including Triple J, Radio National and ABC Country, have been added to the iHeartRadio app.

The addition of the ABC stations enables iHeartRadio listeners to tune into the public broadcaster when using the app, and will give further leverage for the app itself.

“I am very excited to have the ABC Radio network join iHeartRadio Australia,” said iHeartRadio content director Brett Nossiter.

“Adding 34 ABC radio stations to our platform further enhances our incredibly broad content offering for listeners with some of Australia’s favourite stations across specialist genres like country, alternative and classical, plus talkback and 24/7 news.”

The ABC stations included are:

  • Double J
  • Triple J
  • Triple J Unearthed
  • Radio National
  • Classic FM
  • Classic 2
  • Jazz
  • Country
  • Grandstand
  • News Radio
  • 702
  • 774
  • 612
  • 891
  • 720
  • 105.7
  • 936
  • 666
  • 91.7
  • North West Queensland
  • Southern Queensland
  • Western Queensland
  • 1233
  • North and West
  • Far North
  • Northern Tasmania
  • Gippsland
  • Goulburn Murray
  • Western Plains
  • Alice Springs
  • Kimberly
  • North West
  • South West
  • Goldfields

Head of iHeartRadio Australia Geraint Davies said: “Adding the power of the ABC to iHeartRadio Australia is another major milestone in the continuing growth of the platform in Australia.

“Today’s announcement demonstrates our commitment to becoming the number one digital and audio entertainment platform in Australia. Being a truly agnostic platform we enable both public broadcasters and other commercial radio companies to live side by side, all to the benefit of the Australian listening public.”

Michael Mason, director at ABC Radio, added: “Joining iHeartRadio is an amazing opportunity for ABC Radio to reach new audiences and make our content available for easy discovery.

“We are the home of Australian stories, music and content and now audiences have another place to connect with us beyond our existing platforms. Listeners will be able to explore ABC Radio’s music, talk and specialist genre offerings in all their diversity and range.”

The news comes as ABC Radio senior staffers expressed anger at the network’s consolidation plan.

 

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