Nov 9, 2012 / 00:19 am
The EWTN Global Catholic Radio Network is now available through iHeartRadio, the Clear Channel media company's digital radio service that makes streaming radio available through the internet, mobile devices and tablets.
EWTN President and Chief Executive Officer Michael P. Warsaw said the Catholic network is "pleased" to partner with iHeartRadio in order to "proclaim the gospel message to an ever-expanding global audience."
"Our foundress, Mother Angelica, took the Lord's command to carry his message to the ends of the earth seriously. Our partnership with iHeartRadio enables us to carry on that legacy using the latest in digital technology," Warsaw said Nov. 8.
iHeartRadio gives users instant access to over 1,000 broadcast and digital-only radio stations from 150 cities. It allows user-created custom stations for favorite artists and songs. The iHeartRadio mobile apps have been downloaded more than 125 million times, while iHeartRadio's free service has more than 115 million listening hours each month.