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DoctorBeaver
I've got a script that uses a visitor's Real Player. I've got 2 questions concerning that.
First, I assume that as the Real Player is on the visitor's PC it doesn't use my bandwidth. Am I right?
Second, the station options that are included with the script are not very extensive and I'd like to add a few more. DOes anyone know how I can get the URLs? They're not the standard ones to access those stations through my browser.
squeakypants
how about you just use Pandora??? Or at least last.fm. or...anything but realplayer. realplayer is a piece of spyhard shit, if you have it wash with water and contact a poison control center as quickly as possible.

get real alternative
otiscom
I'm not sure if this will help, but I thought I'd mention it anyway.

Try downloading screamer radio, it's free and comes with loads of links by genre, country etc.
aleksandarp
You can use Winamp to listen Radio
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