From the eclectic
to the specific, check out Spinner
TheDJ.com, if you remember that). Over 100 channels
of yak-less, commercial-free blues (Chicago, country, Delta, female, etc.),
"Love Gone Bad" rock, alternative, country, alternative-country,
and so on and on, with an easily-changed browsing function.... Not the best
quality on most home-desktop modems, but it's still pretty dang cool ...
just as TheDJ.com was....
NetRadio has a sound quality well above that of Spinner (especially if you're on an ISDN connection!), but it doesn't display song titles or let you preset your stations - to change channels, you have to return to NetRadio to make your changes. Still, you have jazz, blues, whatever ... the whole wad from which to choose!
Over 345 radio stations and 17 TV audios in 96 cities are covered with Broadcast.com (formerly Audionet.com). These folks include full-length CDs and a few audio books in their library, as well as live stuff from Stanford's student station and some police scanners in a few of the crazier cities....
More to come!
On their way!
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