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iTunes Radio Adds NPR as Its First News Station

Doug Aamoth / TIME

There’s been no shortage of ways to stream NPR audio before today – apps, web-based streaming, pulling up next to a Subaru with its windows down — but mark today as the day that an additional way was added.

Apple’s iTunes Radio now features NPR as a streaming station, with a blog post on NPR’s site mentioning that content will be streaming 24-hours a day. Re/code reports that what’s being streamed is a mish-mash of “live news with segments from prerecorded shows.”

Here’s the link to open NPR in iTunes — NPR’s blog post adds that the iTunes Radio stream will get additional content from member stations later this spring.

Starting Today, Find NPR Shows And Newscasts On iTunes Radio [NPR]

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