Boom Booom Net Radio

Mark Nicholas Grimshaw, Louisa Yong, Ian Dobie

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Abstract

Internet radio is one of the growth areas of the Internet but, as this article will show, is fraught with difficulties and frustration for both the modestly-funded broadcaster (bitcaster) and the listener. The article will illustrate some of these problems by means of a short case study of an existing Internet radio station; Boom Booom Net Radio. Whilst necessity dictates some use of technology-related terminology, wherever possible we have endeavoured to keep such jargon to a minimum and to either explain it in the text or to provide further explanation in the appended glossary.
Original languageEnglish
JournalInternational Journal of Urban Labour and Leisure
Volume1
Publication statusPublished - 1999

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