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iHeartRadio launches on-demand music service: RAIN Review and competitive outlook

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As promised in September, iHeartRadio has launched its two-tiered subscription product: iHeartRadio Plus, and iHeartRadio All Access powered by Napster.

Both are being rolled out in beta today, with a free 30-day trial. The new subscriptions service features two breakthrough functions: replaying and saving songs from live radio.

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iHeartMedia posts Q3 results, talks digital

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iHeartMedia released financial results for the third quarter. In announcing the results, iHeart’s leadership kept the focus forward on upcoming digital projects. “This quarter, we were excited to announce the reimagining of live radio with our two new subscription services, iHeartRadio Plus and iHeartRadio All Access," Bob Pittman said.

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iHeartMedia confirms: On-demand, two flavors, January launch

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The rumor mill was buzzing earlier this week about iHeartMedia’s plans to enter on-demand streaming. Now, America's biggest broadcast group has announced that it has two such services in the works, both due to launch in January 2017. Details are scarce, but there is one important feature.

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Spotify, iHeartMedia facing playlist patent lawsuit

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Spotify and iHeartMedia have been sued on allegations that they are infringing on a patent for sharing and retrieving playlist information online. Post Media Systems is the plaintiff, representing Alan Bartholomew of SoniClear. The central patent is titled "System and Method for Creating and Posting Media Lists for Purposes of Subsequent Playback."

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