Slacker Radio Adds App for Microsoft Xbox 360


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San Diego - Jun 4, 2012 - Slacker announced at E3 that its personal radio service will be coming later this year to the Xbox 360 console in the United States and Canada. The free Slacker Radio application will be available as an app in the Xbox Live Marketplace.

Slacker Radio will give Xbox Live Gold subscribers access to music and other content. The Slacker Radio lineup includes a customizable selection of more than 200 curated music stations, ESPN Radio, ABC News, comedy, artist-hosted showcases and official stations for music festivals including Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo and Austin City Limits. Every station can be fully personalized, ensuring a unique experience for each listener.

In addition to Xbox 360, Slacker Radio is also currently available for listening on the Web, on all major smartphones including Windows Phone 7, iPhone, Android and BlackBerry, the iPad, connected home devices, Ford vehicles with Sync powered by Microsoft and the recently announced Windows 8 Slacker app.




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