Local Radio Free On Your Roku With iHeartRadio App

While it seems there are more and more paid music apps on the market each day, there are still several great free music apps available on your Roku.

One of the most popular is the IHearRadio channel app. With iHeartRadio you can listen to your local Clear Channel radio stations, get news, sports info, and listen to podcasts, as well as specific artists and genres.

More info from the app developer:

HeartRadio lets you access the world of music and radio in one simple app. Download today to listen to top radio stations, music, news, podcasts, sports, talk, and comedy shows.

iHeartRadio is easy to use, and best of all, FREE.

The Best Live Radio Stations & Podcasts from United States and Beyond

• iHeartRadio has the most popular AM and FM radio stations from cities across North America like New York, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Denver, and even outside the US like Mexico City.

Catch music countdowns and live talk shows from top radio stations like 106.7 Lite FM, Z100, KIIS FM, KTU 103.5 & Power 105.1 FM in NYC, 104.3 myFM in Los Angeles, and Wild 94.9, which covers the Bay Area from San Francisco to San Jose.

Get Live Sports and News

• iHeartRadio has several local radio stations offering your favorite sports games like football, baseball, basketball, and hockey. Or get the down-low on what is happening in the sports world from your favorite talk shows with stations like ESPN, Fox Sports, and Kentucky Sports Radio.

The Ultimate Personalized Station For You is Here with My Favorites Radio

• Want to listen to all the songs you like no matter what genre or artist it is? With My Favorites Radio you now have a station with all of the music you like on iHeartRadio.

You can add iHeartRadio to your Roku via the onscreen channel store, or by clicking here and add it to your Roku online.

William B. West

William B. West

William B. West has been an internet journalist since 1998. Writing for a total of 25 pro wrestling news sites at his peak, before retiring only to return to online journalism in 2011. Currently William is editor of WBWTV.com, a contributor to WrestleOhio.com, and editor in chief of PowYeah.com & Rokuki.com.

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