TuneIn offers access to a library of live sports, commercial-free music and news, and more streaming audio content from a variety of sources. Contributing content providers include CNN, MSNBC, NPR, Major League Baseball, ESPN Radio, iHeartRadio, and others. TuneIn also provides its own selection of 30+ curated music channels designed to suit “every mood and taste,” as well as live radio stations from around the globe.  Those just joining the service currently qualify for a free, 90-day trial. Richard Stern, CEO of TuneIn, said his goal is for his company’s streaming audio to be available “anywhere listening is occurring.” He also promised that this announcement is “just one of the many developments we have in our product pipeline in the smart home device space as we look ahead.”  Customers interested in TuneIn Premium can either get started at the service’s website or by saying “Alexa, open TuneIn Live” to any supported, Alexa-enabled device. It’s worth noting that TuneIn Live has been available on Alexa-enabled devices for some time, but it did not include the full list of content providers and services offered by the newly-launched TuneIn Premium tier, which provides access to every NHL and MLB game occurring during the current seasons, as well as commercial-free news, music, and more.  Also: Best Spotify alternatives: Your music streaming options