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July 25, 2005
An open source radio program
The New York Times takes a look at the world of open source radio programs:
"Now a new Public Radio International program, "Open Source from P.R.I.," will test whether the collective intelligence permeating the Web can make not just loud radio, but smart radio. Not only does the program pull from unfiltered voices and opinions found on blogs, Open Source uses its own blog to cull ideas and sources from its listeners."
Thus far, the program is available in two formats: as streaming live audio online and as a podcast. Starting August 1, though, Open Source could begin broadcasting on XM Satellite Radio.
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