TuneIn’s partnership enables C-SPAN Now users to stream and listen to live radio coverage of the day’s biggest political events, presented in C-SPAN’s signature unfiltered, think-for-yourself style
TuneIn, the world’s leading live streaming audio service, announced that the company has partnered with the American public affairs network C-SPAN to power the live radio section of C-SPAN Now, C-SPAN’s new mobile app. Through this partnership, millions of C-SPAN listeners can stream and listen to the day’s biggest political events, presented in C-SPAN’s signature unfiltered, think-for-yourself style.
“From day one, TuneIn has helped C-SPAN bring compelling American political news to a new generation of digital listeners.”
With the integration of C-SPAN Now, four of the largest news focused apps will now be available for audio streaming on TuneIn as CNN, MSNBC, and CNBC are already deployed. To download the free app directly, visit C-SPAN Now in the Apple Store or Google Play for Android.
“C-SPAN serves a valuable role in bringing an unvarnished look at government proceedings to the general public. TuneIn is excited to be partnering with C-SPAN to provide live and on-demand access to C-SPAN Now users via our live radio streaming technology,” said Richard Stern, CEO of TuneIn. “All around the world, TuneIn is helping broadcasters and content creators bring their content to new audiences through digital distribution. This unique partnership showcases how TuneIn can both serve as a platform and value-add for media companies.”
“C-SPAN Now was designed from the ground up to bring C-SPAN’s mission — delivering an unfiltered, high-quality viewing and listening experience of our government’s proceedings — to another digital platform and to new audiences,” said C-SPAN Vice President of Digital Media Richard Weinstein. “From day one, TuneIn has helped C-SPAN bring compelling American political news to a new generation of digital listeners.”
TuneIn can be accessed in 197 countries across a variety of connected devices including Siri, Alexa, Google Assistant, Sonos, Bose, and Tesla’s in-dash experience.