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Download Radio From Internet

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#1 tonymac


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Posted 12 April 2006 - 09:18 AM

Hey people,

I originally posted this thread at arcon5 but no body seemed to have the answer. The thread wasabout downloading from the radio, take a look, can anybody here tell me if it is possible and how ?

it'll be much appreciated!


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Posted 13 April 2006 - 01:46 AM


As TonyM stated in the referenced link.

You may want to look at the copyright of that.

You are dealing with copyright infringement issues asking this question. Due to liability issues regarding the discussion of how to enable this activity we cannot allow this thread to continue. This thread will now be closed.

You are more than welcome to post your questions here, as long as they are within the forum rules.


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