Re: Accessible radio player software for windows?

Ben J. Bloomgren


I have heard stuff like that. It has to do with our best friend Clear Channel Communications. These people don't know what open access is. Also, we must deal with the ever increasing problem of Geo blocking. It's their favorite way of making sure that British people here British programming, but we Americans are out of the loop. It's not just clear channel. A lot of them are doing it. I hear that people even down to New Zealand are doing it. They used to be one of the last bass Jens of the ones that didn't do it. I love tap in radio, but I'm an idealist an optimist and altruist. My Internet would be that any station is available to anyone. If you're not assuming it, you won't see it.


On Jul 27, 2016, at 09:27, Gene <gsasner@...> wrote:

Tapin Radio is a good program. Unfortunately, such programs may not have access to as many stations as previously.  I saw something on a list I follow indicating that there is something about rights management and many stations are no longer accessible to such programs.  for some reason, they are restricting their streams to use from their web sites.  I've only seen one comment about this and I'm not saying it is reliable information but such players may not be as useful as previously. 
----- Original Message -----
From: Mert Anlar
Sent: Wednesday, July 27, 2016 10:37 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Accessible radio player software for windows?

I prefer you to use TapinRadio. i'm using it for a long ago, also it's
Best wishes, Mert Anlar
On July 27 2016 at 18:15, Matt Turner wrote:
> Hi, subject says it all.
> Any one no of any good ones?

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