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[4:09 PM]
Internet Radio Station Announces QT4 Streaming Broadcasts Now
One day after QuickTime 4 is officially announced, in Beta, an Internet radio station has already announced that their content is also available as QuickTime 4 streaming content. The station is called GoGaGa Brand Radio and the company that owns it is called The Eclectic Radio Company. According to Eclectic Radio:

The Eclectic Radio Company (ERC), LLC today announced that GoGaGa Brand Radio is available on the World Wide Web via the real-time streaming capabilities of Apple Computer's public beta of QuickTime 4.

GoGaGa is one of the most popular Internet-only radio stations, enjoying more than 100,000 unique listeners each month.

"We're thrilled to broadcast GoGaGa's widely acclaimed eclectic music format on the Internet using this new QuickTime 4 live streaming technology. This move helps GoGaGa expand its reach by continuing to make Internet Radio easier for listeners to access and use," said Joe Pezzillo, founder and general manager of ERC.

Listeners can experience GoGaGa in QuickTime streaming format today by visiting the MacroRadio-Dot-Net website at http://www.macroradio.net/quicktime. In addition to GoGaGa's live radio signal, listeners can also enjoy archived feature programs available exclusively in the new QuickTime format.

Those features will include interviews and concert performances from artists such as Beastie Boys DJ Mixmaster Mike, and New York-based improvisational Jazz trio Medeski, Martin and Wood. Additional features which highlight the multimedia possibilities of the latest QuickTime technologies will also be arriving at the MacroRadio-Dot-Net website in the months ahead.

Make sure you check it out!

The Mac Observer Spin: This is a pretty fast announcement, especially considering the fact that QuickTime 4 is still officially in Beta. This announcement from Eclectic Radio is a fantastic endorsement of both Apple and QuickTime 4.

The Eclectic Radio Company



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