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Slacker Starts Streaming Six ESPN Stations

has  announced the arrival of 6 new Live espn Stations on to the Slacker Radio service. Enabling all Slacker users to be able to listen to the new espn stations for the next 30 days.

After which the new stations will only be available to Slacker Radio Plus and Slacker Premium Radio .  However Slacker has stated that the previously released interactive espn will remain free and available to all Slacker users.



Traug Keller, Senior Vice President, Production Business Divisions, , Inc. explains:

“Giving sports fans the freedom to enjoy their favorite team and events when they’re not in the stadium or in front of a television is very important to us,”-“Offering live ESPN Radio programming to sports fans through Slacker gives an extremely flexible option for custom listening on-the-go.”

The live espn Radio stations on Slacker include the espn Radio and espn Deportes Radio networks, which stream sporting events and hosted programs, as well as four regional stations featuring programming for , , Chicago and .  Upcoming programming include –

· All Finals Games beginning on June 12, 2012
· U.S. Open Golf tournament beginning on June 14, 2012
· Euro 2012 soccer matches including today’s matches: versus and Republic of Ireland versus Croatia
· NBA draft on June 28, 2012
· MLB All Star Game on July 10, 2012

Slacker Radio Plus is available for $3.99 per month and Slacker Premium Radio for $9.99 per month. More details can be found over on the Slacker website.


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