Apple Music Subscribers Can Now Stream CBS Sports Radio

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Jan 18, 2017
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Great news for Apple Music subscribers: CBS Sports Radio is now available to stream on any iOS, Mac or Android device, including Sonos.

CBS Sports Radio Joins an Ever-Expanding List of News & Sports Channels Available for Streaming on Apple Music

At face value, it seems as though Apple Music is only limited to ‘music’ only. But once you are subscribed to the service, you will come to realize there’s a lot more to it. From music videos to concerts and radio stations, there are a lot of ways through which you can entertain yourself. Speaking of radio, there are a ton of channels which you can stream, including news and sports. Today though, that roster is expanding even further with the addition of CBS Sports Radio.

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“The appetite for compelling and hard-to-ignore sports analysis, commentary and fan debate continues to grow across all audio platforms,” said Chris Oliviero, Executive Vice President, Programming, CBS RADIO. “CBS Sports Radio delivers this to fans 24 hours a day, 7 days a week so it’s an ideal next step to launch a channel on Apple Music, one of the most popular streaming services today, as yet another way we continue to meet the evolving desires of this passionate audience anywhere and everywhere.”

If you are looking for a great way to consume sports related news, then you can’t go wrong with CBS at all. The channel tends to stream news and commentary, along with interviews from sport athletes round the clock. And if you are interested to dive straight into action, then simply launch iTunes or Apple Music on your iOS and Android device, head over to the Radio Stations section under Radio, then select News and Sports. You can even play back the radio station on your Sonos speaker, if you have a compatible one.

Remember one thing though: the radio station is available only for Apple Music subscribers. If you do not have a subscription, then it’s a no-go right away. Also, those not subscribed to Apple Music are limited to streaming Beats 1 on their devices only. While it may not sound like much, but hey, it’s music which you can consume on the go.

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