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BBC Playlister is a personal music platform introduced by the BBC in 2013.
It does not carry music itself, but partners with existing online platforms Deezer, YouTube and Spotify to play music from the user's playlist. Playlister will instead focus on curating personalised music playlists based upon listening to radio stations and radio presenters' own choices. There are three main sections to BBC Playlister: Discover, a filterable recommendations area, Your Playlist, which is the users personal playlist of tracks added, and Presenter Playlists, which is playlists curated by BBC on-air talent.

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