Happy Birthday, Satchmo!
Today is the birth date of legendary trumpeter, Louis Armstrong.
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The entertainer hailed from New Orleans, Louisiana, and was a major influence in the 1920s. He brought the art of solo performance and ‘skat’ singing to prominence in the jazz era. 
Celebrate what a wonderful world of jazz it is by enjoying some of the best jazz stations TuneIn has to offer!
WWOZ - New Orleans’ home for jazz radio, you’ll hear what’s up-and-coming out of NOLA.
Jazz24 - Hailing out of the Seattle-Tacoma area, this station plays all of the classics, but will introduce you to what’s new on the scene as well. 
SKY.FM Smooth Jazz - So smooth, it’s like butta’! You’ll hear contemporary jazz from around the world.

Happy Birthday, Satchmo!

Today is the birth date of legendary trumpeter, Louis Armstrong.

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Introducing the new and improved Echo
We’ve made our Echo experience even better! You can now join the conversation around whatever you’re listening to with the new update for TuneIn Radio for iOS and Android. 
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Have questions? Please visit our FAQs page.

Introducing the new and improved Echo

We’ve made our Echo experience even better! You can now join the conversation around whatever you’re listening to with the new update for TuneIn Radio for iOS and Android. 

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The Great War: 100 Years
On July 28, 1914, the world fell prey to its first truly global war. It brought together economic superpowers, advanced technology, and never-before-seen combat strategies. It saw the end of empires, and societies were forever changed as new social structures took hold.
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BBC Radio brings you stories of the war that changed who we are, with documentaries exploring the causes, politics and impact of WWI and its legacy. From BBC National, Local, Regional and World Service Radio, listen to BBC: World War One.

The Great War: 100 Years

On July 28, 1914, the world fell prey to its first truly global war. It brought together economic superpowers, advanced technology, and never-before-seen combat strategies. It saw the end of empires, and societies were forever changed as new social structures took hold.

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It’s a British Invasion
The Brits are responsible for shaping a whole lot of what we’ve come to know and love in the world…
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- They’re the reason we can hear the English language spoken around the globe.
- The game of football as we know it (or soccer, to some!) originated in England.
- Our favorite lunch hails from the Earl of Sandwich.
- They’ve invaded the rock’n’roll canon with The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, The Clash (really, there’s just too many to name).
- And to top it off, their royal family remains a fixture, especially since Prince George of Cambridge joined the clan!

In honor of the little prince’s birthday on July 22, let your mind hop the pond for a turn in London-town and beyond with our list of essential UK listening:

Capital London Sure, you’ll hear the usual hits, but you’ll also listen to what’s sounding totally fab throughout the UK and across Europe.
Heart London Let Baby Spice get you pumped up for the weekend! That’s right - Emma Bunton of Spice Girls fame kicks it as a Heart London DJ these days.
Capital XTRA The best hip-hop and electronic dance beats this side of the Atlantic.
LBC London Known as “London’s Biggest Conversation,” LBC accompanies Londoners through their daily life withentertaining, engrossing and intelligent conversation, covering the thoughts and topics that Londoners are really talking about.
Sky News For breaking news stories, Sky News can be relied on to bring you the top news stories locally and across the globe.

It’s a British Invasion

The Brits are responsible for shaping a whole lot of what we’ve come to know and love in the world…

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Saying Goodbye to the World Cup
Well, the 2014 FIFA World Cup may be over, but it sure took us all by storm!
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The global-reaching football (or, soccer ;-) ) tournament was TuneIn’s biggest, single listening event in our company’s history. 10.5 million people from around the world used TuneIn to listen live to the World Cup, thanks to the full range of FIFA official licensees available. 
Fans listening from the US represented a whopping 49% of the audience, listening with ESPN. And although England did not even make it out of the group stage, the UK audience represented 25%, listening with talkSPORT and the BBC. 
Other notable broadcasters were La Red in Argentina, SBS Australia, RMC, Europe 1 and RTL in France, ARD stations in German,; RAI in Italy, Radio 1 in the Netherlands, and Radio Cope and RNA in Spain.

Saying Goodbye to the World Cup

Well, the 2014 FIFA World Cup may be over, but it sure took us all by storm!

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