What is your favorite internet radio station?

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  1. jbcarioca
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    There have been such threads in other places, but it would be interesting to know how milepoint people listen.

    I use Live 365 almost exclusively and almost always Baroque 24/7 within that.
     
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    Unsure if this counts but I use AccuRadio on my iPhone.
     
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    Live 365, I am an OTR nut so its perfect for me.
     
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    Penn's Peak Radio they have a good mix of rock, adult contemporary, and country.
     
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    Pandora :)
     
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    977music.com is a good choice as it has a lot of stations and also works with Sonos. Downside is the commercials can become repetitive real fast.

    But my daily station is Pandora with a paid One account ($36/year). Best $36 in entertainment I spend all year!
     
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    Pandora One. Well worth it for higher quality audio and no ads.
     
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    There are many great ones for streaming, such as Pandora, Slacker or Grooveshark.

    I am most impressed by the catalog of radio stations on vTuner. They seem to have indexed nearly every local terrestrial radio station (in addition to internet radio). Browse by Location to see if your favorite local station is available for streaming. vTuner is available on my Seagate set top box I use for Netflix and they have an iPhone app.
     
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    The internet-only station I listen to most is Radio Seven, dance music only. Though usually I listen to mostly SR streaming from Sweden since I can't get their real signals where I live.

    Also a lot of Spotify.
     
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    This one is impressive, but they only have 381 stations from Brazil [​IMG] I am now trying to find the best way to access it from here in Rio de Janeiro. Thanks very much.
     
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    On my iPhone I use TuneIn Radio — it's the only reliable one that automatically picks up after a lost signal. I also listen to last.fm — after years of listening it knows my music taste, and I always discover new music.

    Another free one (ad-supported) is Spotify, I believe it's due to launch in the US, but it works perfect in the UK.
     

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