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WWDC: iTunes Radio announced

Apple announced iTunes Radio, the company’s long-rumored streaming music service. iTunes Radio is a free, ad-supported service, and it’s ad-free for iTunes Match users. The Pandora-esque service lets users choose featured music stations, or create their own stations based on specific artists. iTunes Radio keeps track of played songs within its history. Initially launching in the U.S., iTunes Radio is built into the iOS 7 Music app, and it will also be built into iTunes for Mac, PC, and Apple TV.

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iTunes Radio sounds neat and all, but I just want to be able to stream all of the music and videos I already have in iCloud. Is that too much to ask?!

Posted by curtneedsaride on June 11, 2013 at 4:33 PM (CDT)

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