• Some iTunes Radio Stations Make Switch to Holiday Music

    As we are now less than three weeks away from Christmas, Apple has begun changing the music played on certain iTunes Radio stations. The Cupertino-based company’s holiday iTunes Radio stations now play a variety of Christmas songs and songs for children as well. There are genre-specific track lists made by Apple this year, and the company has created ten different stations for its users. The different genre-specific stations include Classical Holiday, Children's Christmas Holiday Sing-Along, Holiday Classics, Country Holiday Hits, Latin Holiday, Holiday Hits, Soulful Holiday, Rockin’ Holiday, The Sounds of Christmas, and Swingin’ Holiday.

    Note however, that many stations may not show up for users in the iTunes Radio featured section. But don’t worry because users just have to type ‘Christmas or ‘holiday’ in the search bar for all the stations to appear. When you see all the stations, just go ahead and add them to your ‘My Stations’ list. All holiday stations in iTunes Radio can be found in the iOS Music app as well as the Mac and PC iTunes. Those who pay $24.99 yearly and are subscribed to Apple’s iTunes Match don’t have to worry about advertisements. Free users of iTunes Radio will unfortunately be seeing ads, but most will be holiday oriented for the holiday stations.

    Source: iTunes
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Some iTunes Radio Stations Make Switch to Holiday Music started by Akshay Masand View original post
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