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How do I get an online live radio broadcast feed in the U.S. using a laptop w/Windows Vista.

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Most sites will have a flash-based player available, so all you really need is a browser, flash player plugin, and some speakers.

Example: http://www.live365.com/index.live

http://www.edge.ca/ (click "Listen Live" at the top)

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Many also use arguably more convenient SHOUTcast streams, for which you need a supporting client. –  Jamie Schembri Nov 20 '10 at 20:43
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Depends how you define "convenient". Being in IT I have to hop around many different machines all day. 99% have flash player so I pop open a browser and I'm back listening to the radio station, no software install needed. –  John T Nov 20 '10 at 20:45
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Apple's iTunes is a free download, runs on Vista and receives Internet radio stations.

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Try http://di.fm

No additional software required.

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