Through this multi-year deal, iHeartRadio, which delivers access to more than 1,000 of the nation's broadcast and digital-only radio stations will become Yahoo's premier digital radio service.
The deal provides TuneIn users access to music, sports and news while driving with a Smartphone supporting either iOS or Android TuneIn applications.
The free Slacker Radio application will be available as an app in the Xbox Live Marketplace.
The partnership expands Live365 beyond the computer desktop.
T-Mobile customers who have Android devices will be prompted to update their phone to download an update to the T-Mobile Mall, which now includes Music Hub.
According the to the NPD "Annual Music Study" there were 18 million more online radio listeners in 2011.
A Verizon tool provides an estimate of data usage.
The rollout was originally planned for 2011.
Abacast reports that, in aggregate, its broadcasting customers are seeing an average increase of 50 percent for geo-targeted CPMs versus non-targeted CPMs.
Leighton Interactive likes the integration of Liquid Compass streaming services and the AdsWizz advertising platform.
More than a dozen college radio stations have been added to the iHeartRadio lineup.
The stations will be available on the service in February 2012.
The Developer Program enables third parties and developers to integrate iHeartRadio's content and services into their own products, Web pages and applications.
Greater Media stations in Boston, Philadelphia, Charlotte, Detroit and New Jersey will be accessible on the iHeartRadio platform beginning April 2012.
The demonstration will be held at the 2012 CES in Las Vegas.
Video broadcast system
All Xbox Live Gold members will have access to iHeartRadio's features.
The Aha platform is being integrated with systems manufactured by Harman as well as multiple other hardware manufacturers.
Roku users can purchase a premium subscription or listen to free ad-supported stations.
Xbox Live users can access the Clear Channel audio streams.