Radio Disney now available on Apple’s iTunes Radio

Walt Disney Co. has announced that its “Radio Disney” is now available through Apple Computer’s iTunes’ Radio Tuner.

Disney said the “tween”-oriented channel is now available in a 24-hour streaming live broadcast.

More info:

Listen to Radio Disney section on iTunes here.

Related articles:
Radio Disney comes to Apple’s iTunes Music Store – July 19, 2005


  1. Actually, I think somebody is confused.

    Yes, it is available under the “Radio” source in iTunes, but there’s also a “Radio Disney” section on iTunes Music Store that lists 51 podcasts.

    I fail to see the significance of this being added to the Radio source.

  2. I think this is an underused part of iTunes, or at least a feature that could be really fleshed out to make iTunes and even stronger part of the whole equation.

    How hard would it be to offer Sirius content for a fee per month? I’d sign up today if I could get that without having to buy hardware.

  3. Actually, since Radio Disney operates primarily on AM radio stations, 48kbps is about right.

    And, yeah, the iTunes Radio service doesn’t get enough play. I use it a lot. My favorite stations are Virgin Radio and Japan-a-Radio.

  4. “This might have been news if they offered it at a higher bit rate than 48kbps.”

    I agree, I would have liked to see a hire bit rate for this. It would help make up for having the radio station only on A.M. in Los Angeles and therefore not playable on F.M. only equipped iPods.

    BTW – I took my girls to the Radio Disney 10th anniversary bash at the Arrow Pond in Anaheim last month. Had a good time, having kids is fun. . . sometimes. ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”grin” style=”border:0;” />

  5. Went to check this out and discovered that the iTunes Music Store has recently added many stations to the Internet Radio Stations featured in iTunes! This is fantastic! I love the internet radio stations iTunes makes easily accessible for free. Rock On!

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