Radio stations around the world can be heard via the Internet. You
will need Real Audio, Windows Media Player or some other software to hear the stations.
One or more are provided as part of the software that comes with your
computer. All the major multimedia players are free and available for
If you are having problems with multimedia broadcasts, go to Yahoo! TV Help. They will help you find and fix your problem. They also can quickly check your system and show you the audio software you have installed and the version. Real cool stuff!
Click here to go to the Web Multimedia travel topic. More and more travel and other sites are adding video movies or streaming video and audio. You will need to download some additional software to see and hear this stuff unless your browser already has the plug-ins. Fortunately, most of it is free.
|Clandestine Radio Here is a fascinating site that not only links to clandestine radio stations around the world, but also provide background information about a clandestine radio station's operation.|
Google Internet Radio Directory
One of the best sources of radio station lists
on the web.
This sites has a comprehensive lists of
worldwide TV and radio stations. This is their radio section. They
also have good information on software for listening to radios and TV
stations on the web.
Worldwide live Internet radio stations. Easy
to navigate site. Beautifully done.
Mike's Radio World.
This site lists Real Audio stations around the world. You can search by
category, the world or a world region. For each world region it lists the
countries in alphabetical order. Under each country is a list of radio
stations with links to them. It even has radio stations that don't show up
in the RealGuide. Another nice feature is you can either go to the
station homepage or go directly to the audio.
Just choose a country from the scroll list for
a region of the world.
We drop you off at their Station page where
you can quickly find a radio station by country and language, or just enter
a station name. Stations will play on any Windows PC that has RealPlayer. Go
to their home page if
you are a Macintosh person running Mac OS X for the Radio Tuner widget they
have for Apple computers.
|Real Radio Guide. This is the
Real Radio Guide home page of Real.com. It summarizes what is happening in the world for sites that use Real audio
and video. They have done a great job. There are thousands of sites and they let
you search for what you want in a variety of ways. Remember, you can download a free
RealPlayer that plays audio and video.
|World Radio Network
World Radio Network (WRN)
carries live audio newscast streams in RealAudio,
Windows Media and StreamWorks 24 hours a day
from 25 of the world's top public and international broadcasters.
They also provide a live
relay of WRN1 in English, WRN2 in different languages and WRN3 in German. They also
carry video broadcasts from around the world.
Yahoo! Broadcast. An excellent Yahoo! site.
The name says it all. Includes tools to check your PC audio capabilities and
to troubleshoot problems.