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CBS Radio Makes ‘Major Commitment’ to Online Presence

CBS Radio Makes 'Major Commitment' to Online Presence

Remember when Infinity was holding back from online programming? No more. CBS Radio is now streaming 50 stations; the company said its big rocker KROQ(FM) in Los Angeles starts online programming Monday.
It also said CBS Radio will provide online audio access to 13 music and news/talk stations including WUSN(FM) Chicago, KITS(FM) and KLLC(FM) San Francisco, WPHT(AM) Philly, KHJZ(FM) and KILT(FM) Houston, WPGC(FM and AM) Washington KBKS(FM), KJAQ(FM), KMPS(FM) and KZOK(FM) Seattle, and WKQC(FM) Charlotte.
CBS has also created 10 more custom stations are available only on the web, with names like KROCK2 (Alternative), (Rock), (Greatest Hits of All Time) and (Greatest Hits of the 60s and 70s).
VP of Streaming Media Matt Timothy said the company has made a “major commitment to our online presence and have moved quickly these past 10 months integrating audio of a number of stations onto the web.”