Early next year the BBC will be launching a brand new radio player that could mean that listeners will be able to listen to over four hundred commercial and BBC radio stations.
According to the BBC director of audio and music, Tim Davie, this new service will offer internet users the chance to access all Ofcom licensed national and local UK stations.
The UK Radioplayer is a pop up console that is fully capable of streaming over four hundred radio stations.
This will mean that for the first time, no matter where the listener is located, they will be able to tune in to any radio UK radio station.
Tim Davie went on to say at the presentation at the Manchester Media Festival, that the user will be able to search and store content on preset buttons.