TuneIn Launches Commercial-Free News Offering for TuneIn Premium
Live Breaking News from CNBC, FOX News Talk and MSNBC and Podcasts from Progressive Voices, The Economist and The Wall Street Journal Without Commercial Breaks
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 25, 2018, /PRNewswire/ — TuneIn, Inc., the leading global live audio streaming service, today announced the launch of its commercial-free news offering through TuneIn Premium. At launch, TuneIn Premium listeners will have access to CNBC, FOX News Talk, and MSNBC, as well as news podcasts from Progressive Voices, The Economist and The Wall Street Journal — all commercial-free.
“In a world of non-stop breaking news and information overload, we believe it is critical to provide uninterrupted perspective on today’s top issues and events so our millions of listeners can stay connected and make well-informed decisions,” said Kevin Straley, Chief Content Officer at TuneIn. “We are thrilled to provide consumers with a commercial-free option.”
TuneIn Premium listeners can select content from CNBC, FOX News Talk, MSNBC or news podcasts from Progressive Voices, The Economist and The Wall Street Journal as they normally would across a wide variety of connected devices and platforms, including Amazon Alexa, Xbox One and Roku devices. During the regularly scheduled commercial breaks, listeners will receive curated and timely updates from other moments they may have missed earlier. For example, while listening to Benson & Harf, a listener may hear a portion of a previously aired interview from The Brian Kilmeade Show in place of a commercial on FOX News Talk.
The commercial-free news adds to TuneIn’s already unparalleled offering of all the genres audio lovers crave all in one place: radio, sports, news, podcast, and music. TuneIn Premium provides listeners with access to the only streaming audio service that offers live play-by-play games from the NBA, MLB, NHL, and NFL, in addition to the over 120,000 radio stations and more than 5.7 million on-demand programs stemming from every continent that are available on TuneIn for free across many connected devices.
To start listening to all your favorite news programming commercial free, visit https://listen.tunein.com/cfnewspress.