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There are thou­sands of sta­tions avail­able as stream­ing in­ter­net ser­vices, and you can lis­ten to many of them in iTunes. To get started, se­lect In­ter­net Radio from the pop-up menu near the top left of the app. If you don’t see this op­tion in the list, choose Edit Menu in­stead and fol­low the steps we’ve listed in the main ar­ti­cle to add it.

As there are so many sta­tions, iTunes lists them by cat­e­gory, such as Clas­sic Rock. Click the small gray ar­row next to a cat­e­gory to see the avail­able sta­tions of that kind, then dou­ble-click one to start stream­ing it.

If a radio sta­tion isn’t listed, go to File > Open Stream. Type the stream’s ad­dress and click OK. Any sta­tions you stream this way are au­to­mat­i­cally added to a playlist named “In­ter­net Songs.” You can edit the name and other meta­data for sta­tions in this playlist the same way as other li­brary items: se­lect one and press C+I.

Dou­ble-click on an in­ter­net radio sta­tion to be­gin stream­ing it. Choose File > Open Stream to add a new sta­tion by en­ter­ing its ad­dress.

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