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Radio Killed The MP3 Star?

It's called "radio."

Mike Elgan

July 31, 2006

1 Min Read

Imagine free music available 24 hours a day -- not .99 cents -- which you can choose according to the musical style. Better still, the music is accompanied by commentary identifying what it is, and random contextual information, as well as occasional breaking-news, podcast-like audio feeds.

It's called "radio."And just because you're sitting in front of a computer doesn't mean you're not allowed to tune in. In fact, the Internet and the PC is the best thing that ever happened to radio.

There are four basic ways to use your Internet-connected PC as a radio.

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