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Introducing InForum Audio: InForum stories, voiced by InForum reporters

InForum Audio are the stories you want to hear, narrated by the reporters who wrote them.

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News is happening all around us every second of every day, and it's enough to make your head spin — but with all of these changes happening, it's hard to catch your breath, let alone stay up-to-date with everything.

That's why we've come up with a way to bring you the news you need in a way that's easier than ever before.

Introducing InForum Audio.

It's the stories you want to hear, narrated by the reporters who wrote them. Simply plug in your headphones, pop in those earbuds or turn your speakers to an appropriate level and catch up on the latest in InForum stories while you take care of what you need to.

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