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Paul Heppleston
13 Mar 2018

Great article Bob. Thank you.
I found the Apple app 'Radioplayer' to be really good for UK stations. I don't know if there is a US version, but I can get any of 100s of UK stations...for free.

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Andy in KC
13 Mar 2018

I like www.softnezee.com for the softer side of the early rock & roll years. Really great playlists IMHO.

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Ken Heikkila
13 Mar 2018

"There goes the last DJ, who plays what he wants to play and says what he wants to say." -Tom Petty
Sirius-XM is worth more than all the "free" internet radio. IMNSHO

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Ron
13 Mar 2018

For classical I like 'cpr.org' and 'allclassical.org'

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Chuck Meyer
13 Mar 2018

I really enjoy the online, Free Speech TV, for what's "really" going on in the world.

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Charley
13 Mar 2018

One I use a lot (can be accessed both from the website and from phone apps) is Tune-In Radio (tunein.com). It allows you to listen live stream to a ton of stations free. I use it to listen to my local NPR station when I am the gym.

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Rien
13 Mar 2018

I use tunein radio, has chromecast support. Quality is good , not sure what bitrate (free version)

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Richard Fidler
13 Mar 2018

If you are listening to music via WiFi on your laptop or tablet, you will probably want to have a good portable speaker. I use the Elegiant speaker, which is very light, fits easily into a suitcase or even backpack, and provides wonderful stereo sound. Used it on vacation in Mexico recently, where I was able to tune in Radio Canada's excellent Muse WiFi classical broadcasts. Available for US$30 from Amazon.

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Mark
13 Mar 2018

I also like TuneIn a lot. I listen to my favorite Irish radio station using it. The sound quality is good.

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Tom
13 Mar 2018

My favorite radio station to play through my computer is Accuradio. We gave up XM Satellite radio because of the price but Accuradio has filled that spot in my home and office. I just wish it could be accessed by my Echo :(

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Martin
13 Mar 2018

I use both iHeart and TuneIn, at least occasionally. Probably unlike most, I don't care for music stations, but I can get my (former state's) sports talk stations and some live games.

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BillZ
13 Mar 2018

Hi Bob, another one no one listed is "DoowopRadio.com". Great stations for music of the 50s & 60s. Free and no commercials.

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EB Morris
13 Mar 2018

For European classical radio stations I like "listenlive.eu/classical.html". With this along with the VLC media player and you are all set up. ListenLive.eu also offers other genres and stations from all across Europe.

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RandiO
13 Mar 2018

For authentic international radio stations, this link may work for some.
http://radio.garden

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George
13 Mar 2018

Along a similar vein, we have a pair of CCrane Internet Radios. Hundreds of AM and FM stations, including I-Heart, are preprogrammed in. They work like a standard tabletop with the ability to pre-program buttons for favorites. Audio is surprisingly good. Because we live on the fringes of reception we use them as bedside radios. I have Boston, LA, San Francisco favorites on the buttons. They come with a small remote.

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Louise Smith
13 Mar 2018

Please give us more information on TALK / NEWS Radio! I do not listen to MUSIC, but love programs like the 1A on NPR. Would love to find sources for more shows like that!

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Arline
13 Mar 2018

Is it possible to provide a list of stations that Alexa would recognize and directions on how to access them? Thank You.

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Harvey
13 Mar 2018

I have 2 that I listen all the time.
1) Jango: free with no commercials. You can pick your artist and get assorted music from that type.2) Radio tunes: Plays a variety of music. I chose American Claassic but at least 20 gendres to chose from.
There are 2 choices, pay and no commercials with better sound quality.
free with about max. 4 minutes every 40 to 60 minutes. Since I play on my cel, I can't tell the difference. this is onei use.

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ChickJ
13 Mar 2018

I love Boomer Radio.It has many types of music. My favorite is Acoustic Cafe. It is artists I grew up with and plays their lesser known hits.

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George Newby
13 Mar 2018

Tune-In Radio seems to work real well. I use it on a couple of Android devices; not sure if there is an iOS version.

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