I’ve been enjoying the last week listening to NPR One, an app from public radio that gives you a personalized channel. Now I can listen to local news or my favorite shows (Planet Money, This American Life, and more) right on my phone or iPad. This is a surprisingly elegant streaming service. Check out the service via their free iOS and Android Apps.
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