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BBC Joins Digital Music World

BBC Joins Digital Music World

BBC Unveils New On-Demand Music Streaming Service
By Hisham Dahud

From Hypebot

Making its entry into the music-streaming arena, the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has just launched a new music service of its own called BBC iPlayer Radio. The new service allows users to listen to the BBC radio stations and music offerings live or on demand either through their browser or iPhone. An Android version is said to be coming soon, but there are no plans for Windows or Blackberry versions of iPlayer Radio, and the mobile service will only be available in the United Kingdom.

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