Napster debuts web's first co-branded Disney radio station

MUMBAI: Walt Disney Records has partnered with Napster, an online music file sharing service, for an exclusive commercial-free "Best of Disney" radio station, featuring music from Disney‘s world-renowned catalog.

Offering a collection of digital music for kids, ‘tweens and families, Napster‘s "Best of Disney" radio station will features “favorites” from the Walt Disney records catalog, including Disney artists like Hannah Montana, High School Musical, along with the new Camp Rock soundtrack album featuring the Jonas Brothers.

It also includes soundtracks from Disney‘s classic animated films, Disney/Pixar‘s computer animated films, and theatrical cast recordings.

Additionally, Napster subscribers can have an access to Napster‘s professionally-programmed Disney Classic playlist and can create their own Disney playlists.

As per the agreement, the subscribers and non-subscribers can also purchase Disney tracks and albums from Napster‘s recently launched MP3 store.

"We are pleased to offer Napster users the opportunity to enjoy our catalog of classic and contemporary Disney music. It gives fans the opportunity to experience their favorite musical moments from films and television in an entirely new way," said Walt Disney Records new media director Matt Fitz-Henry.

"Disney is synonymous with world-class family programming. We are proud to partner with Disney as part of our ongoing effort to provide each member of the family access to the artists and music they love," Napster vice president music services Matthew Adell added.

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