Clear Channel Touts 340+ HD Radio Stations with Itunes Tagging
San Antonio, TX - Apr 7, 2008 - Clear Channel Radio has announced that more than 340 of its primary HD Radio stations are providing the Itunes tagging feature. Itunes Tagging allows listeners to tag songs they like that are broadcast by HD Radio stations. Information about these tagged songs is stored by the receiver and transferred to the listener's Ipod. When the Ipod is connected to a computer, Itunes automatically presents the songs in a new tagged playlist so the user can preview, buy and download the tagged songs. Radio broadcasters can share in the revenue derived from song purchases made by their listeners.
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