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    Progressive talk radio (Air America)...from radiopower.org:

    http://216.66.43.139:8000
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    Quote Originally Posted by siriusbliss
    Is the margaritaville server in Florida Keys? Maybe it got taken down by Wilma.
    It's still crankin on Sirius....
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    #23  
    Quote Originally Posted by siriusbliss
    Is the margaritaville server in Florida Keys? Maybe it got taken down by Wilma.
    They are in Bradenton, FL, and they lost power for a while, but they seem to be back up & running. It was strange, I was able to hear them on the other streams, just not the mp3 stream for a couple of weeks prior to Wilma.
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    I listen to WFMU (freeform radio station in New Jersey) through PTunes:

    http://wfmu.org/wfmu32.pls
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    ESPN 950
    CBS old time radio
    Still have not found any music stations I like.
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    Quote Originally Posted by smileyboy
    CBS old time radio
    Can you provide a url for this please? tia
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    KOMY in the morning until 10AM - gotta have my Mancow!
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    Quote By: siriusbliss at 10/17/2005 11:54 AM

    "3) Grooveradio:
    http://mp3-lb.grooveradio.com "


    I second that. Listen all the time.
    Visor-->Visor Phone-->Treo 180-->Treo 270-->Treo 600-->Treo 650-->Treo 700P-->Treo 755P-->Centro-->Pre+-->Pre 2
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    http://s4.viastreaming.net:7170/listen.pls --- A little Cringe Humor
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    is there a way to plug in a radio to the line in of a computer and have it serve up a continuous stream like shoutcast does? then we could have WNNX and so on...
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    Y100rocks

    http://www.y100rocks.com/

    The Alternative is Online
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    sky.fm

    gdradio.net


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    Christmas music 24 hrs/day on KOIT, San Francisco(48 kbps):

    http://209.237.251.147:80
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    LiveIreland broadcast from Dublin has some great Celtic/Irish to get me through those long nights of waiting for 181GB drives to VTOC.

    LiveIreland.com
    208.53.131.29:8000
    Dan Finn
    Verizon 700wx
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    #35  
    Yet Another Streaming Live Radio Aggregation:

    http://www.radio4pda.com/

    Don't overlook the UK/Ireland Link
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    Quote Originally Posted by Micael
    Yet Another Streaming Live Radio Aggregation:

    http://www.radio4pda.com/

    Don't overlook the UK/Ireland Link
    Nice site. I like how it's broken down by states. Too bad most of the links are WMP and won't play on the 650.
    Make It Happen!!
    If you don't, who will?
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    Looking for a shoutcast stream that carries paul harvey. Used to be WGTX but am unable to connect there anymore for some reason. Any suggestions?
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    I listen to 97X-WOXY at www.woxy.com.

    You may already be familar w/ 97X and not realize it. In the movie Rainman, Dustin Hoffman repeats this station's tag line multiple times: "97X Bang! The future of Rock & Roll".
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmccarter
    Looking for a shoutcast stream that carries paul harvey. Used to be WGTX but am unable to connect there anymore for some reason. Any suggestions?
    I'm picking up WGTX just fine... its one of my regular stations, as well. Are you using http://war.str3am.com:8020/listen.pls ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IZodiac
    is there a way to plug in a radio to the line in of a computer and have it serve up a continuous stream like shoutcast does? then we could have WNNX and so on...
    Yes, you can set up your own Shoutcast server: http://www.shoutcast.com/download/serve.phtml.

    Then get a free static URL (from www.dyndns.org or similar), set your firewall to allow traffic from the PC port you have designated for your Shoutcast server, then just enter your static URL:Shoutcastport and you'll be listening to a stream of that radio station.
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