Jamie wants to know how she can listen to her favorite comedians on her phone while she's driving. She's been playing the YouTube channel but that's eating up her data. Leo says that TuneIn, iHeartRadio, and other streaming audio channels have comedy channels that she can stream.
Mike wants to expand the range of his television by streaming via the internet. Leo says that since Mike wants to play internet radio through his home theater system, the Chromecast Audio would be the best option. He can then browse to the internet radio station (if supported) and then connect to it. Roku has a lot more stations available, but if he has to get a website up to stream with it, then Chromecast is the simplest way to go. If he wants to connect the computer to it, then using Miracast would work.
Tamara is frustrated because iHeartRadio has stopped working on one laptop while it works fine on another. It works on 10.5.8, but not on 10.9.5. What gives? She talked to AppleCare and they've said that something is broken in the most recent version of Apple Safari. Leo advises using Chrome because iHeartRadio uses Flash.