Today, any geek with a computer and a dream can have his own Internet radio station without jumping through all those government hoops that limit the number and broadcasting range of U.S. stations. This is a huge boon for listeners, especially those with poor radio reception, or ones who want to hear something other than classic rock or Top 40. Internet radio has the potential to completely level the radio playing field that gigantic corporations now dominate. And that, of course, is precisely why it is being destroyed. If you thought the kneecapping of Napster was wack, wait until May 21, when most U.S.-based Internet radio stations... More >>>
The devil went down to Texas: RIAA President Hilary Rosen at this year's South by Southwest. After kneecapping Napster, Rosen and the RIAA want to bury online radio stations.