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Old 23rd December 2013, 00:37   #99
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Location: Oklahoma City
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I don't see how one can even compare internet "radio" to terrestrial radio stations. One is for the world, the other for the community. I mean, the standards are totally different. When there's a tornado in the area, do you tune in to your internet radio stations to get the info you need? Hell no. You tune in to a local live radio station. Terrestrial radio is done as a service to the public in general. Internet radio is a whole other ballgame. That's why it's so hard to sell. Because the medium costs money already. Airwaves are free to the public. All you need is a receiver.
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