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iHeartRadio is launching into the wide world of talk radio, with iHeartRadio Talk. Along with featuring content (which iHeartRadio calls audiosodes) from top national and local talk personalities such as The Huffington Post, Ryan Seacrest, Univision, and the Wall Street Journal, iHeartRadio will also allow any one in the world to upload their own audiosode through Spreaker.
Spreaker is a service that gives anyone, from musicians to producers to radio personalities, the opportunity to be heard, by uploading their audio to the service and broadcasting it to the world. iHeartRadio has developed a partnership with Spreaker to power the audio capture/recording/uploading of users content on to iHeartRadio Talk.
“We think of iHeartRadio Talk as a middle ground between WordPress and YouTube,” said Brian Lakamp, head of digital at Clear Channel. “Audio hasn’t really been explored when it comes to user generated content, and we want to be at the forefront…
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