New music streaming option now available
Slacker announced today that its Slacker Radio services now come the Roku streaming media boxes. Slacker is one of the more popular Internet radio services in the United States and Canada and features 200 music stations that are curated by editors. The service also includes personalized ESPN Radio and ABC New stations along with comedy programs and more.
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Fans of Slacker will now be able to stream all the music they want via their Roku box directly to their home entertainment systems. "We want to give our listeners access to Slacker wherever they happen to be, and launching on the Roku platform is a big step forward for us in the connected home," said Jonathan Sasse, senior vice president of marketing at Slacker. "We are excited to deliver Slacker Radio as a free service for Roku owners, effective immediately."