CBS leverages Radio.com to promote new television show with dedicated Net radio station

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Jun 17 2013 - 12:05pm

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CBS Local Digital Media has created an Internet radio station based on the CBS Television series "Under the Dome."

The show premieres June 24, and is based upon the science fiction novel of the same name by Stephen King. The Internet radio station launched today on CBS's Radio.com.

CBS says the station's programming includes music "influenced by the show's characters, conversations with best-selling author and executive producer of the series Stephen King, weekly interviews with music supervisor Ann Kline, and an array of commentary surrounding each episode and how the plot is developing week to week."

Listen to the "Under the Dome" radio here.

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