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AOL completes sale of Winamp, Shoutcast

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 03 Jan 2014 12:08 User comments (3)

AOL completes sale of Winamp, Shoutcast Earlier this week, AOL completed the sale of Winamp and Shoutcast, ending a month-long search for a new owner after the company had announced it was going to shutdown the popular media player and radio service.
AOL saw a storm of outrage after they announced Winamp would be shut down in December, with Change.org even getting its own petition to have the software open-sourced and kept alive.

The acquiring party is Radionomy, a Belgium-based aggregator of online radio stations.

Radionomy may not be a household name, but it does have 6000 stations in its catalog, with anyone allowed to create their own. Shoutcast, by comparison, has over 50,000 stations in its catalog.

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3 user comments

13.1.2014 14:20

LONG LIVE WINAMP.

210.1.2014 10:38

Does this mean that Winamp will stay as is or will there be some changes?

310.1.2014 20:33

I guess the Llama's ass really did get whipped.

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