US streaming radio service Slacker has announced that it’s now building Twitter features into its desktop and smartphone applications. That means listeners can now automatically or manually tweet their station changes, favourite songs, banned songs and banned artists. It works with both the basic and premium versions of the service. “We are helping listeners share their music with friends and the Twitter community for the ultimate in music discovery,” says SVP of marketing Jonathan Sasse.

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