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Guest Host: Lynn Neary
Everyday more audio streams are added to the world wide web. This phenomenon promises to destroy old notions about the power of the airwaves as more people tune in to Internet alternatives to commercial and public radio. A panel talks about the technology behind web radio and how it could change American listening habits.
- Frank Ahrens The Washington Post radio reporter
- Joan Fitzgerald Arbitron
- Peggy Miles Intervox
- George Bundy President of BRS Media
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