TuneIn Covers March Madness via Westwood One

TuneIn will stream live audio coverage of every 2015 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship game through Westwood One starting Selection Sunday, March 15, through to the National Championship showcase, April 6
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PALO ALTO, Calif.� TuneIn will stream live audio coverage of every 2015 NCAA Division I Men�s Basketball Championship game through Westwood One starting Selection Sunday, March 15, through to the National Championship showcase, April 6.

Sports fans can listen for free via the TuneIn Radio app (iOS, Android, Windows Phone),online at TuneIn.com, or through more than 200 connected devices.

Also, this year TuneIn has created the first interactive listening bracket, which will go live March 17.

The streamer says that this college basketball tournament generated 1.2 million listening hours in 2014 during the course of March Madness. The second round clocked in with 115,470 hours of listening, but the most popular game by listening hours was, of course, the NCAA Championship game with 92,587 hours.

The most listening by state ranked California highest, with more than 109,407 listening hours and 185,057 unique listeners; followed by Florida with more than 79,726 listening hours and 135,790 unique listeners; then New York with more than 83,118 listening hours and 139,177 unique listeners.

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