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Slacker Radio picks up Radio Disney programming

Leah Zanolla | Posted: Nov 16, 2014 | Updated: Nov 16, 2014 - 4:31:40 PM
Internet radio service, Slacker Radio, will now broadcast Radio Disney content. In August, Radio Disney announced that they would be shutting down all but one of their stations and be moving to an all-digital format. Slacker says that the Radio Disney, Radio Disney Junior and Radio Disney's Top 30 Countdown can be heard across the U.S. and Canada.

Slacker hand-picks the songs it broadcasts, unlike many other digital radio services who use a computer to choose their programming.

Slacker is available for free with ads, for $3.99/month for ad-free and the $9.99/month subscription includes other features, including offline listening.

Other brands in the Disney family currently broadcast on Slacker include ABC News and ESPN.