AllLinuxDevices: PenguinRadio Goes Live365, Inks Deal to Offer 29,000+ Stations on Linux 'net RadioMar 08, 2001, 19:35 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Live365, an Internet radio community, struck a non-exclusive licensing agreement Thursday with PenguinRadio to offer more than 29,000 Live365 stations through PenguinRadio's player."
"PenguinRadio (based in Washington, D.C. with a hardware development crew based in Sunnyvale) is developing a stand-alone Linux-based Internet audio device as well as a platform for bringing Internet radio to mobile phones."
"The deal means Foster City-based Live 365 can again expand its member's stations beyond its own player and off the PC. The company created the one of the first streaming MP3 players for the Pocket PC, and offers all their stations on 3Com's Kerbango portable Internet radio player."
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