Californian start-up Audiofeast offers new internet radio time-shift recording service for MP3 players.
The new service called AudioFeast delivers more than 400 channels of news, sports and entertainment radio programming in an “all you can listen to” format for MP3 players, mobile devices and the PC.
Audiofeast already has 70 media partners including A&E, Bloomberg Radio, BBC Radio, Discovery Channel, History Channel, NPR, SportsNews Radio and The Wall Street Journal Radio Network.
AudioFeast’s Web-based broadcast network is built on a secure, patent-pending media distribution system called the “Virtual Broadcast Network” (VBN). It is based on peer-to-peer technology.
A one-year subscription for programming is $49.95.
More details on AudioFeast's press release. Free trials available.
AudioFeast’s talk programming is currently compatible with MP3 players from Creative Labs, Dell, iRiver, iRock, RCA and Rio. Portable music programming will be compatible with the iRiver 700 and 800 series MP3 players at launch.
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