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Old 19th December 2006, 01:12 PM   #21
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Here some cultural exchange:
http://www.klara.be/
You can switch the quality up to 96Kpbs.

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Old 19th December 2006, 01:24 PM   #22
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WQXR is available through AOL -- the compression isn't great but they do have the Metropolitan Opera on Saturdays. WNYC FM has "New Sounds" -- a great show -- WMTRAM.COM is pretty recent -- oldies from the 1950's, 60's 70's.
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Old 19th December 2006, 01:38 PM   #23
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hi


when ever ( i do not say 'if ever' !!! )

you get tired of listening to main stream RIAA Corporation Controlled Radio contents
of the most commercial western europe and north america money generating style

then go for something else

we have nice African, Indian, Asian world music stations
just a matter of doing some little search for it
and you will discover new music sounds,
that will calm your senses a bit
and give you new sensations


Here is one station I got
from one of my Arabic Middle East good internet friends:

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- Listen to Radio @ Lebanon.com and enjoy the
best and latest Arabic Songs.
Click on Launch Radio button ---->

- For all your favorite songs, send your requests
to:radio@lebanon.com

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http://www.lebanon.com/radio/


you might like it
even if you are listening to stuff from a country
that is more or less a zone of war, blood and killings
but also so much more, with an interesting culture

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.......
Diana Haddad - Hobbi Lak [3:51]
Adam - Khales El Damae [4:05]
Darine Hadchiti - Kbar Shouwei [4:23]

.......

Regards
to all arabic and middle east diyaudio.com members
as well as members with a skin colored otherwise than pure whitish
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Old 19th December 2006, 01:46 PM   #24
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Unfortunately, it says that my Windows Media player is outdated (which is false) and I don't want to download yet another player.
But of course ANY culture is most welcome.

/Hugo
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Old 19th December 2006, 03:29 PM   #25
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Originally posted by Netlist
Unfortunately, it says that my Windows Media player is outdated (which is false) and I don't want to download yet another player.
But of course ANY culture is most welcome.

/Hugo

You do not have to use WinMedia player
there are others, you know.

And in the popup, you have a links for Other MP3 Player and Setup
your internet speed and select your own player.
You can browse your player programs.
I think I have like 3-4 different such player softwares in my PC.

Setup player for RadioLebanon.com



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If you have not yet A working player
use this freeware ( non commercial - no ads! ):
VLC media player - http://www.videolan.org/vlc/

It is not extremely looking - but that player can do most any streaming media!

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Download VLC

Select your operating system to download VLC binaries:

* Windows

* Mac OS X

* BeOS

* Debian GNU/Linux
* Ubuntu Linux
* Mandriva Linux
* Fedora Core
* Familiar Linux
* YOPY/Linupy
* Zaurus
* SUSE Linux
* Red Hat Linux
* WinCE / PocketPC
* Slackware Linux
* ALT Linux
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Old 19th December 2006, 03:32 PM   #26
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Hi Hugo,

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Thanks, and superb quality for Internet radio.
Do you mean Dr.dk? I find it is fantastic!


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http://www.lebanon.com/radio/
Hi Lineup, thanks for that. I am very fond of (traditional) arab music. Have you heard Um Kalzoum? ...wich is the only star that I know from there... at the level of Ella F.
More please...

Regards,
M
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Old 19th December 2006, 03:44 PM   #27
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Quality wise, the Dutch station from post #19 is the best.

Lineup, I'll try the other player as suggested.

/Hugo
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Old 19th December 2006, 05:58 PM   #28
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Brilliant thread!!!!

lineup.. thank you for that robust little player. I'm using Win ME for streaming right now - listening to classicfm.nl. If anyone else happens to have a problem with unicows.dll error messages trying to install this player let me know, but it's probably just a glitch with WinME in my system. I'll give you a link to fix it.
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Old 19th December 2006, 06:12 PM   #29
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www.soma.fm has some fun stations that I enjoy. The Christmas Lounge channel is my favorite christmas music ever. The Secret Agent Channel is good, too. Heck, it's all good.

Rhapsody has some good stations too. 25 of their 100 channels are available without subscription.
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Old 19th December 2006, 08:41 PM   #30
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www.soma.fm has some fun stations that I enjoy. .
I bookmarked that one:
SomaFM: Commercial-Free Internet Radio

.... anything less than 99.37% commercial money-getters
is worth my support


PS. www.soma.fm
even mention VLC Media Player, with MAC OS support (for planet10 and such members)
See my post above here!

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http://somafm.com/listen/
VLC is an open source player
that supports MP3 and aacPlus streams for
Windows, Mac OS X, BeOS, Linux and WinCE / PocketPC.

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