DOWNTOWN — DNAinfo Radio, Chicago's online neighborhood news station, now includes features allowing listeners to choose the story they want to hear, skip to the next story or pause a report.
Launched in March, DNAinfo Radio features a 24/7 stream of neighborhood news that draws on reports filed by DNAinfo reporters embedded in Chicago's neighborhoods.
It also features in-depth coverage of issues, and News Director Jon Hansen's interviews with newsmakers and reporters.
Now, listeners will have the option of listening to the 24/7 stream or customizing their experience with functions such as skipping ahead to the next story, pausing an ongoing report or selecting a story from an on-demand list of offerings.
The new functions are available on desktops as well as mobile devices.
To access DNAinfo Radio 2.0, click here or go to dnainfo.com/chicago/radio.
For mobile devices, click the black "DNAinfo Radio" bar at the top of the home page, or better yet, bookmark our radio page and save it to your home screen.
DNAinfo.com Chicago covers the neighborhoods of Chicago and earned the Chicago Headline Club's 2014 award for Best Neighborhood News Site.