Verizon Hub Adds 14 Clear Channel Stations from Iheartradio

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San Antonio, TX; Basking Ridge, NJ - Feb 24, 2009 - The Verizon Hub now offers 14 of the most popular Clear Channel Radio stations through Clear Channel Radio's iheartradio portal. These stations include music, sports, talk and the exclusive Verizon New Music Channel. The initial streaming channels will include a wide variety of stations with diverse programming of interest to many different listeners. The stations included in the service:

  • WHTZ-FM, New York, Top 40
  • WLTW-FM, New York, Adult Contemporary
  • WWPR-FM, New York, Urban
  • KFI-AM, Los Angeles, News/Talk
  • KIIS-FM, Los Angeles, Top 40
  • WWDC-FM, Washington, D.C., Rock
  • WSIX-FM, Nashville, Country
  • WGCI-FM, Chicago, Urban
  • WMGE-FM, Miami, Spanish
  • American Top 40, hosted by Ryan Seacrest
  • Fox Sports Radio
  • Smooth Jazz
  • Verizon New Music Channel

    The Verizon Hub runs on any broadband connection. Customers need a wireless line of service from Verizon Wireless to purchase the communications command center.

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