Apple renames Beats 1 radio to Apple Music 1, launches two new radio stations

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Apple on Tuesday renamed its flagship radio station, Beats 1, to Apple Music 1. It is also introducing two new radio stations, Apple Music Hits and Apple Music Nation. 

Shares of Spotify, which competes with Apple Music, dipped barely in premarket buying and selling. Spotify has made large investments in its platform, notably in locations like podcasts. It recently acquired Joe Rogan’s podcast and launched another from Michelle Obama.

“For the previous 5 years, if ever there was a significant second in music tradition, Beats 1 was there bringing human curation to the forefront and drawing in listeners with unique exhibits from among the most revolutionary, revered, and beloved individuals in music,” Oliver Schusser, vp of Apple Music, Beats, and Worldwide Content material, stated in an announcement.

Schusser stated the corporate will proceed to spend money on its radio programming.

Apple Music Hits will stream “the largest songs followers know and love from the ’80s, ’90s, and 2000s,” the corporate stated. Along with each day on-air hosts, Apple will host unique exhibits from the Backstreet Boys, Snoop Dogg, and Meghan Trainor.

One other new station, Apple Music Nation, will provide each fashionable and traditional nation songs. Musicians corresponding to Luke Bryan, Carrie Underwood and Luke Combs will be a part of for some exhibits.

Apple Music is obtainable on most platforms together with iPhone, Android, Apple TV and Macs. It is also available through your web browser.

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