iHeartRadio has released their newest services, iHeartRadio Plus and iHeartRadio All Access powered by Napster. Both of these services are on-demand add-ons to their existing radio platform, setting iHeartRadio apart as the only service that uses on-demand functionality to make radio truly interactive. iHeartRadio users now have the ability to replay, search, and skip tracks, as well as listen offline and curate their own playlists. Learn morehere.
Important: You must deliver your music to BOTH Napster AND iHeartRadio in order to be eligible foriHeartRadio Plus and iHeartRadio All Access powered by Napster
Offers two parts to their service: One includes access to over 750+ live streams of radio stations across the U.S. and the other is where users can search for an artist, then build a playlist or ‘user-generated’ radio station. Only the latter would possibly apply to a TuneCore artist IF they currently have at least 30 other artists in relation to them. The relation is based on a number of different factors such as the artist's popularity and fan following as well as popularity on sites such as Rovi, All Music, Echonest and Gracenote. (TuneCore does distribute toGracenotebut has no affiliation with the other two sites, but you can submit an artist profile to them as you wish).
NOTE: Currently if you distribute to iHeartRadio, it is not guaranteed that you will be able to search for your music or create a custom station in their radio platform. It is possible for your song to be played within another station created in iHeartRadio. This would not block them from playing in other custom stations.
Go Live Time
It takes 1-2 weeks for content to go live in iHeartRadio.
iHeartRadio is currently available in the United States only.
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