Internet radio stations can be located and listened to using a multimedia device with an Internet connection, a browser (such as Internet Explorer), and a search engine. The search engine on the MSN.com portal page is by Bing as of 2015.
The MSN.com web page has link icons across the page, near the top, including a new paid service called Groove. Groove includes a music store and also allows one to create custom radio stations and play them from OneDrive.
There are other services available for internet radio, such as Pandora.com, that do not charge any fees unless one opts to listen without advertising commercials.