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January 6, 2009

USB Internet Radio Jukebox


I keep seeing these in catalogs and I must admit I don't quite understand them.

You'll twig with no problem, though.

I'm certain of it.

Long story short: The USB Internet Radio Jukebox lets you access more than 13,000 radio stations in over 200 countries around the world in 50 different genres with no monthly fees.

From websites:

    USB Internet Radio Jukebox

    Simply insert the USB Internet Radio Jukebox into your computer's USB port and you have a world of entertainment at your fingertips.

    You can search for music geographically by continent/country/state or by the more than 50 different available genres, including a wealth of news and sports radio stations broadcast throughout the world.

    Once you find a favorite station, whether it is from your own country or while visiting other countries around the world, simply add it to your favorites folder.

    You can also search for the top 10 radio stations in each country or by each genre.

    No software installation is required, making this a truly plug-n-play experience.

    PC only.




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Not only that, but Windows Media Player and iTunes both do it too. For free.

Posted by: Mark | Jan 7, 2009 9:46:14 AM

For ages 14 months and under.

I am not even going to bother looking at GOOGLE or DogPile, but there are hudreds of "portal" sites for "streaming' radio/TV websites that do the same for free.

You can even win stuff, like a calendar -

Posted by: teqjack | Jan 6, 2009 4:35:33 PM

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