iHEART RADIO

“iHeart Radio” and so do we. There’s lots of good stuff on radio and unlike TV, you don’t have to be in front of a screen to get it. You can download it as a free app or use it directly from the website iHeartRadio. com.

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SONGS FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Pandora, the online radio station, has created programs for the holidays. Click on Pandora’s “new station” box, and you’ll see a link for holiday stations. We saw stations for “Rockin’ Holidays,” “Classical Christmas,” “Swinging Christmas,” “Hanukkah,” “Navidad Latina” and many others. Pandora’s basic service is free, or $36 a year for the ad-free version.

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SPOTIFY RADIO ARRIVES

Spotify.com has free Internet radio that that listeners claim puts Pandora to shame. You can go to the website and get an invitation to sign on, though it’s still hasn’t officially launched. Spotify has been described as a magical version of iTunes where you’ve already bought the whole library.

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OLD TIME RADIO

Otr.net. The initials stand for Old Time Radio and the site has links to hundreds of old radio programs, like Jack Benny, Fibber McGee and Molly, The Green Hornet, Baby Snooks, Sam Spade, etc. It also has radio dramas like “The Count of Monte Cristo.” These are all free. They used to charge but not any more. Works with Windows and Mac.

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SLACKER RADIO ON THE BLACKBERRY

“Slacker Radio” is software that lets you create a personal radio station that brings in tunes you like from the Internet.

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BLOG TALK RADIO

We wrote about BlogTalkRadio when it started two years ago. Anyone and every one can host their own radio show for free, simply by registering at the web site: BlogTalkRadio.com.

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INTERNET RADIO ALARM CLOCK

We tried a new Internet radio the other day and it jumps sound-years ahead of our best choice from last year.

This new front runner is the Aluratek Internet Radio Alarm Clock, which has built-in wireless reception and retails for around $150.

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INTERNUTS

A podcast is a kind of Internet broadcast that you can hear and watch on your computer, an iPod, MP3 player or a number of similar devices.

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INTERNET RADIO

We’ve been playing with the Phoenix Wi-Fi Radio recently, and it’s a lot of fun. It’s also expensive: around $200 from discounters. That’s pretty darned pricey for a radio, but it can pull in stations from all over the world and no heavy breathing.

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INTERNUTS

iBakeSale and a radio site.

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