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Thread: Why don't we move the Radio to Canada?

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    Gentoo FT... FT... FTSomething! silentsentinel's Avatar
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    Why don't we move the Radio to Canada?

    Why don't we setup the radio on a server in Canada?

    Seriously.

    Slashdot | Internet Radio May Stream North to Canada

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    may the Bruce be with you CoffeeShark's Avatar
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    There's still a fee structure for copyrighted music.

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    StrafeRight Global GameCasts MarkOfDeath's Avatar
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    I am trying desperately to bring sR Radio back, but we will cater to royalty-free music, interviews, talk shows, and lots and lots of funny stuff.

    Meanwhile, until we can include a radio server into our budget, I will be providing some audio content in my straferight blog, profile page, and in the forums once I get them recorded.

    Keep an eye out for them. Give me about a week more and I'll have some audio dialogue files posted.

    Glad to hear the radio is missed.

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    living the clean life Tulkas's Avatar
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    I am so confused. Maybe because I am too lazy to open up the link and read the article.

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    m00tini! wootini's Avatar
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    StrafeRight would have to be incorporated in Canada as well...which it is not and cannot be.

    The days of broadcasting royalty free radio are over...for everyone in iRadio.

    RIP

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    I couldn't hear anything DJ_Wheels's Avatar
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    There is a bill in the works to overturn the new royalty scheme. It would make internet radio the same as satellite radio as far as royalty fees go.

    Internet Radio Equality Act would overturn decision on webcasting fees

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