Slacker Radio integrates with Twitter


Interactive digital music service provider Slacker announced it will integrate with microblogging phenomenon Twitter, enabling users to automatically tweet their favorite songs from smartphones, PCs, Macs and other connected devices. Both the free Slacker Basic Radio service and the Slacker Radio subscription solution will now tie to Twitter--listeners may automatically or manually tweet about station changes/plays, favorite songs, banned songs and artists, or all of the above.

Slacker Personal Radio, enables listeners to create their own customized stations or listen to/personalize more than 100 expert-programmed genre-specific stations. Users can include rating songs or artists, playing more popular versus more eclectic music and listening to contemporary hits or classic songs.

For more on the Slacker/Twitter integration:
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