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Live365 still silent

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 08 Dec 2001 0:34

One of the Net's most popular radio stations, Live365, was forced to shut down this week. The backbone provider for Live365's ISP cut the service for the unnamed ISP because of repeated spam complains related to the ISP.
Live365 has announced on their website that they're looking for a new ISP, but because of Live365's extremely high bandwidth requirements, this task isn't easy.

Live365 offered a free radio station service for various broadcasters who were willing to add streaming ads to their stations.

CNet has the full story.

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