Sonos adds Rdio to its streaming music repertoire

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Sonos adds Rdio to its streaming music repertoire
If you live in the US or Canada then you can add the Rdio social music service to the long list of streaming music options available to your Sonos whole-home wireless audio system. We're talking eight million tracks that you can search, browse, and play on-demand with an Rdio bonus that lets you follow the musical tastes of your friends and idols for $9.99 per month. Get back to us in 46 years and let us know if your $5,514.48 was well spent, ok?
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SANTA BARBARA, CA – January 27, 2011 – Sonos, the leading developer of wireless multi-room music systems for the home, today announced that even more great music is now available on the award-winning Sonos Multi-Room Music System. Starting today, Sonos customers in the United States and Canada can enjoy unlimited, on-demand music courtesy of social music service Rdio.

"Our goal at Sonos is to provide music lovers with access to all the music on the planet," said John MacFarlane, CEO, Sonos, Inc. "By continually adding innovative services like Rdio to the experience, Sonos customers will be able to discover and enjoy unlimited music possibilities in any room of their home."

Rdio provides Sonos customers with a unique social music discovery experience at home. Search, browse and play anything from Rdio's more than 8 million song library, as often as you'd like, throughout your entire home. Plus, follow the musical tastes of friends and influencers, share your favorite songs and playlists, explore thousands of themed playlists, and even check out what's in "heavy rotation" by other Rdio listeners.

Starting today, you'll find Rdio on Sonos under the More Music menu on any Sonos Controller. Rdio on Sonos costs $9.99 per month. Not a Rdio subscriber? Try it for free with a 7-day trial at

Rdio on Sonos adds to the broad choice of music services built directly into the Sonos music experience. On Sonos, you can tune in to more than 100,000 Internet radio stations, shows and podcasts - from around the world. You can also search and play songs, playlists and radio from the world's most popular music services like iheartradio,, Napster, Pandora, Rdio, Rhapsody, SiriusXM Internet Radio, Spotify, Wolfgang's Vault, and more. And, Sonos can play your entire digital music library (like iTunes) stored on a computer or Network Attached storage drive in any or every room.
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