Toronto-based radio giant Corus Entertainment has announced that 11 of its radio stations will integrate iTunes into their Web sites.

Stations including 102.1 the Edge and Q107 in Toronto, and 99.3 the Fox in Vancouver will integrate Apple Computer Inc.'s download store. The use of iTunes on the stations' Web sites will reflect the programming of each station, and allow listeners to shop from playlists featured by each station, as well as picks from DJs and guests.

A "now playing" button on sites will link songs being played on the station with iTunes.

"iTunes has revolutionized the way people buy music and we're pleased to be able to offer our listeners a customized experience on our Web sites tailored to the music that is most relevant to them," said David Huszar, VP and GM of Corus Radio's interactive division, in a statement.

Corus stations will have access to iTunes' entire catalog, Huszar says. The deal is part of iTunes "affiliate" program.