Stitcher Launches Listen Later

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May 9, 2014 - Stitcher Radio, the largest independent source of on demand radio listening announced the launch of Listen Later for the Web. Listen Later is an embeddable feature for audio creators and podcasters to use on their websites to bring content to more listeners than ever before.

With Listen Later, visitors to the sites of radio producers can save episodes of popular shows and the audio portions of articles to their Listen Later playlists on Stitcher.

As of today, anyone can begin saving episodes for later on the websites of premier audio creators including Science Friday, StoryCorps, SMODCAST, FOX News Radio, and Heritage Network, and in the near future on the Financial Times' site.

Also available, Listen Later is integrated throughout Stitcher's own website, allowing anyone to begin building a Listen Later playlist based on the stories they discover there.

After debuting with featured partners, Stitcher plans to make Listen Later available to all of its more than 25,000 shows later this year.

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