iHeartRadio Announces Integration with Subaru

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New York ­- Apr 17, 2014 - Clear Channel Media and Entertainment announced that iHeartRadio, its all-in-one free streaming music and live radio service, will be available in Subaru's new STARLINK infotainment systems available for demo beginning April 18, 2014, at the New York Auto Show.

Through the integration, Subaru drivers will be able to listen to iHeartRadio's library of 1,500+ live radio stations, catalog of 450,000+ artists and 18 million songs to create Custom Stations right from the dashboard. iHeartRadio for Subaru will include safety-minded features to help minimize driver distraction with a simple interface designed to provide seamless access to the iHeartRadio digital service in-vehicle. Additional features for Subaru drivers include access to their saved Favorites, the ability to Thumbs up/Thumbs down songs to create a more personalized experience, scan Live Radio stations to foster music discovery and tune into iHeartRadio's Shows & Personalities feature which offers on-demand news, celebrity and entertainment talk show content. As with all device integrations, iHeartRadio's app is completely free, with no subscription required.

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