Live365 is excited to announce that you can now access Live365 on Amazon Alexa using the phrase "Play Live365!"
To begin listening to Live365 on your Alexa, you first need to enable the Live365 Alexa Skill in the Alexa Skills Store. Search “Live365” in the Alexa Skills Store or navigate directly to the Live365 skill page by clicking here. (Listeners from Canada can find the Live365 Alexa Skill here, and listeners from the U.K. can find the Live365 Alexa Skill on this page.) Once there, select “Enable” and you will then be able to access Live365 on all of your available Alexa devices. You can also enable the Live365 skill by simply saying "Alexa, Enable Live365 Skill."
After enabling the Live365 skill, tune into Live365 by saying “Alexa, play Live365!” You can then pick your favorite station from the thousands of stations on Live365, or select from hundreds of music genres, including Rock, Classical, Jazz, Electronic, Country, Gospel, Pop, Hip-Hop/R&B, International, Reggae, Broadway, Meditation, Oldies, Talk, and more!
After saying “Alexa, play Live365,” you will be prompted to pick a station or genre. To pick your favorite station, say "Play [insert station name]." To select a genre, say "Play [insert genre name]."
Live365 offers a wide range of music and talk programming that you won’t find anywhere else. Each Live365 broadcaster is provided with the platform and tools they need to create their own online radio station and reach their audience. For the listener, this means more unique, diverse, and quality music and talk content over other radio services like AM/FM, Satellite, and other Online Radio networks with robotic playlists. So, tell Alexa to “Play Live365” today and start experiencing the Radio Revolution!
*Note that "Live365" is pronounced "live three sixty-five."
For more information on how to access Live365 on your Amazon Alexa, see our help desk article.
See how many stations have joined the Radio Revolution at https://live365.com/listen. Keep up with the latest news by following us on Facebook (Live365 Official and Live365 Broadcasting) and Twitter (@Live365 and @Broadcaster365)!
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