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Radio Charts in iTunes

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Q: There used to be a section that you could browse radio stations by city and see their playlists. Is this still around and just I can’t find it, or is it gone?

- Anonymous

A: This and several other music-related options (most notably, a list of Genres) have disappeared from the iTunes Store’s front page with its recent addition of full-length movies, but rest assured, it’s not gone. To access it, you simply need to first enter the “Music” store using the link in the top-left box on the main page. Then, “Radio Charts” will be in the “More in Music” box in the left-hand column.

Alternatively, you can use the “Browse” button in the bottom right corner of iTunes (the eye icon) to jump straight to the store’s comprehensive content listing, which includes “Radio Charts” as the second option:

 

Or, bookmark this link in your browser to go to radio charts directly.

 

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Comments

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“However neat these statistics may be, however, there’s a fundamental problem with this solution for most of iLounge’s readers: they’ll only track the music you listen to in iTunes; the music you listen to on the iPod is ignored”

This is not true. The Audio Scrobbler plug-in used by Last.FM now integrates iPod data into your stats as well. You just need to create a *most recent songs played* smart playlist on the iPod itself, which AudioScrobbler can then refer to every time you hook the iPod up to your computer.

Posted by Jerrod H. in TX on December 14, 2006 at 4:35 PM (CST)

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There’s also the dock connector-to-miniplug option that’ll give you unfiltered sound:

http://www.amazon.com/Cable-Ipod-3-5MM-Dock-Con/dp/B000CCF9UM/sr=11-1/qid=1166141538/ref=sr_11_1/103-5112259-6316651

Posted by Jerrod H. in TX on December 14, 2006 at 7:18 PM (CST)

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i heard that if you hook up two ipods to the same computer then the songs on the ipod are deleted. i was wondering is there a way to hook up different ipods to the same computer and avoiding this side effect

Posted by Jerrod H. in TX on December 20, 2006 at 6:42 PM (CST)

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my ipod was downloaded from a mac but i have windows. how do i hook up my ipod to my computer with out loosing my music? hepl!

Posted by Jerrod H. in TX on December 23, 2006 at 6:17 PM (CST)

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can I have more than one iPod attached to my itunes library

Posted by Jerrod H. in TX on December 28, 2006 at 4:33 PM (CST)

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