LAS VEGAS (CelebrityAccess) — iHeartMedia today announced that they’ve sealed deals with multiple partners for digital content delivery integrations, including with top auto and consumer electronics makers.
The deals, revealed during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, include integration of its digital content delivery platform with the Honda Dream Drive Platform, the new Bixby from Samsung, Roku devices, and Google’s Android TV and Android Auto.
The integrations will allow consumers to stream iHeartMedia’s music and content including thousands of live stations from across the U.S., custom artist radio stations and more than 20,000 podcasts.
As well, the company announced that it has fully redesigned their iHeartRadio Family app on Amazon Fire Tablet with iOS and Android coming soon.
The redesigned app now includes features such as parental controls, live radio, playlist radio, a new navigation system and podcasts integration to include more than 80 pieces of family-friendly content.
“2018 was a momentous year for iHeartMedia, filled with acquisitions, partnerships, integrations and the development of an unprecedented podcasting platform,” said Darren Davis, President of iHeartRadio and iHeartMedia Networks Group. “Thanks to our ever-expanding list of platforms, iHeartRadio can be enjoyed nearly everywhere — from cars to wearables to gaming consoles and more. We’re excited to announce even more integrations this week as we look forward to another successful year of providing listeners everywhere with an exceptional music and audio listening experience.”
iHeartRadio currently boasts of more than 125 million registered users, a milestone that the company says it has reached faster than any other digital music service and has surpassed two billion downloads.