Ducks are set to launch today’s audio streaming network: Ducks Stream

The Ducks and TuneIn have announced a comprehensive digital audio streaming network, Ducks Stream, set to launch today at 11 AM.

The 24/7 free station is the exclusive home of all live game broadcasts, podcast content and up-to-date news related to the Ducks and the NHL. The new network will feature 10 unique podcast titles that will be available on demand and via non-stop audio streams powered by TuneIn, the world’s leading live audio streaming service.

Ducks Stream will feature the most comprehensive team-focused coverage in the NHL. In addition to the podcast, the broadcast will also be the exclusive home of all the Ducks’ pre-season, regular season, and Stanley Cup games. All on-demand content will be available to fans around the world.

Ducks Stream can be accessed in many different ways. Fans can listen to the broadcast with just one click by visiting AnaheimDucks.com/DucksStream on your desktop or mobile device. They can also listen live through TuneIn . app By searching for “duck stream”. TuneIn is available at home, in the car, or in the office with over 200 platforms and devices.

“We are excited to launch one of the most innovative audio networks in sports,” said Aaron Tates, President of Ducks Club, and the partnership with TuneIn gives fans increased access to our 24/7 content, including player-hosted programming. ”

Longtime play-by-play announcer Steve Carroll will return for his 24th season inside the booth. He will be joined by color analysts Dan Wood and Josh Brewster. As part of the new audio stream, Anaheim Ducks has named Alexis Downie Host and Content Producer for Ducks Stream. Along with Kent French, Downey will be the primary host for all podcasts and content related to Ducks Stream.

“The Anaheim Ducks have one of the most passionate fan bases in the NHL,” said Richard Stern, CEO of TuneIn. “Our partnership with them means that no one in the herd will have to miss a moment of movement on the ice, no matter where they are.”

Ducks Stream will launch with a wide variety of 10 shows including:

  • light the lampa 60-minute hockey-centric show featuring a nationwide guest line with new episodes every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
  • From the strongest so fara podcast focused on alumni and featuring the many stories that shaped the franchise
  • beckin-depth session with Ducks GM, Pat Verbeek
  • player loungeround table discussion between current duck players
  • unfiltered ducksExploring Orange County through the eyes of Kent French
  • leads the flocka podcast highlighting the club’s partnership and commitment to the community
  • seagulls reportrecap of recent events with Ducks AHL’s San Diego Gulls
  • duck rewindDive into every duck game in 10 minutes or less
  • behind the seatA one-on-one conversation with members of the Ducks coaching staff
  • Socal Hockey Talkproduced by the San Diego Gulls, is a 60-minute podcast covering the gulls and the state of hockey in Southern California.

You can subscribe to any of the above program titles by visiting your favorite podcast provider.

For more information and access visit Ducks Stream AnaheimDucks.com/DucksStream or follow @DucksStream on Twitter.

About TuneIn
TuneIn, the world’s leading live streaming service, brings together live sports, news, music, podcasts and radio from around the world. With over 75 million monthly active users, TuneIn is one of the most used podcasting platforms in the world. TuneIn broadcasts over 100,000 owned, operated and partner radio stations. With premium distribution across 200 connected platforms and devices including Tesla and Alexa, TuneIn enables listeners to “hear” what they love wherever they are “here”. TuneIn Premium subscribers get exclusive access to free trade news from top networks like CNN, Fox News Radio, MSNBC and Bloomberg, as well as MLB, NHL, and EPL live sports and free music channels. For more information, please visit us at www.tunein.com or follow us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

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