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11/6/2007 12:37 PM EST
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dpomic   11/12/2007 10:02:18 AM
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The primary alternative Internet radio portal to vTuner is: Ressen Design's Radeo: www.radeo.net. It also includes 1 million Listen Again and Archive streams in database. And, it auto-syncs across hardware platforms--PC, mobile, tabletop, portable, and automobile. (Reciva: www.reciva.com is tied to their electronics module.) DP The Radeo Internet Player More than 10,000 Stations, 20,000 Shows, and 1,000,000 Episodes. Worldwide Internet Radio--Broadcasts, Webcasts, and Podcasts. Wherever You Are, Wherever They Are, and Whatever They Are. Easy to Play Your Favorites, Find More, and Share Them.

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