Clear Channel Takes On Electronic Dance Music Feat Pete Tong

November 8, 2012 -

Finn Lurcott

The biggest radio broadcasting company Clear Channel Communications has joined the Electronic Dance Music phenomenon by creating a new channel featuring British DJ, Pete Tong, who has been a huge influence to the EDM scene for over a decade. The new channel will be called Evolution and it will begin starting Monday, joining forces with is iHeartradio's online radio stations. In its first few stages, Pete Tong will start inviting guests and will be playing your favorite EDM tracks, But starting Nov 19th he will start "All Gone Pete Tong", featuring guests dj's such as Diplo, Wolfgang Gartner and Fatboy Slim and a countdown on the Top 100 Charts on Beatport.

Evolution will  collaborate with other E.D.M. outlets on iHeartRadio, such as Electric Sound Stage and Trancid, But these are only “playlist stations”  with music only, with little or no human interaction.

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