Bluesound Teams Up with iHeartRadio

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iheartradio-logo.jpgBluesound has added support for iHeartRadio to its wireless multi-room audio platform, so owners of Bluesound speakers and other audio products can now access the popular streaming music service throughout the home. The latest BluOS firmware update is available at�

From Bluesound
Bluesound, the first wireless digital multi-room system to fully support hi- res audio, is proud to announce that iHeartRadio, iHeartMedia's industry-leading digital music and live streaming radio service, will be available on the Bluesound ecosystem across the United States. iHeartRadio delivers everything music lovers want in a free all-in-one platform: instant access to thousands of live radio stations from across the United States, user-created Custom Stations inspired by an artist or song and thousands of curated digital stations Perfect For any mood or occasion--now on Bluesound Players.

"We are committed to being available everywhere our listeners are with the products and services they expect," said Michele Laven, President of Business Development and Partnerships at iHeartMedia. "The Bluesound wireless music platform offers superb sound quality and is a perfect fit for iHeartRadio--we are excited to reach even more music lovers with this new integration."

This latest addition to Bluesound's wireless music platform makes it easy for listeners to tune in to live radio broadcasts from all over the U.S. and enjoy their favorite custom music stations throughout the home. With easy access to the world's most popular music, the iHeartRadio library includes millions of songs and thousands of live radio stations from coast-to-coast. The Bluesound Controller App for iOS, Android, Kindle Fire and Mac & PC desktops makes it easy to discover new music or create custom commercial-free stations across all genres of music including alternative, country, dance, jazz, pop and more.

"We are thrilled about this new integration with iHeartRadio, which gives Bluesound users more ways to customize their music," said John Banks, Chief Brand Officer of Bluesound. "At Bluesound we're committed to offering the best possible multi-room music experience through partnerships with high-quality streaming services, and we believe that iHeartRadio will be a big hit with our customers in the U.S."

iHeartRadio features include:
� Quick 24/7 access to live radio and custom-curated stations from anywhere in the home.
� A wide variety of music from different music genres including pop, country, urban, rock and more.
� Browse stations by genre and location, or scan from station to station for enhanced music discovery.
� Create your own commercial-free, uninterrupted, custom stations with iHeartRadio's catalog of more
than 20 million songs and 800,000 artists.

Bluesound users will be able to listen to iHeartRadio with the latest BluOS upgrade available today. Download the Bluesound Controller Apps and the latest BluOS firmware at

Additional Resources
Bluesound Adds Rhapsody Support at
� Visit the Bluesound website for more information on the company's product lineup.

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