iHeartRadio is the latest high-profile publisher to join Apple News. The service announced today that its editorial content can now be found on Apple’s News app on iOS.

Have you heard about the concert promoter that tried to blackmail Ozzy Osborne? Have you seen our list of 25 celebrities eating pizza for National Pizza Day? Well, what are you waiting for? Read on! To access the content, just search for “iHeart” in the Apple News app on iOS devices. Be sure to tap the heart in the top right corner to “love” our news and make sure our articles appear in your Apple News feed.

The publication will also be featured in the Entertainment section of the Apple News app, but its editorial content isn’t just limited to music and celebrity gossip as iHeartRadio also covers sports and politics.

iHeartRadio — primarily know for its radio streaming service — is widely available on Apple’s various platforms including Apple TV and CarPlay where it recently expanded its podcast support.

Apple News also recently kicked off its 2018 Winter Olympics coverage in partnership with NBC Olympics. The robust featured section includes content from various Apple News publishers, schedule tracking with calendar syncing, medal recaps, and much more.

Apple News is available in the US, UK, and Australia on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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