Stream is down again

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Both the MP3 and Flash streams aren't working this first hour. At least I can run the iHeart app on my Android tablet and listen to Green960. I prefer doing that to running the Clear Channel desktop page.

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captbebops
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I wish I could get Thom live on AM radio but the Denver Station plays him in the afternoon, 3 hour delay. instead we get Big Eddy at 10 AM

when I have internet available, I try the KPOJ radio station online and that works sometimes.

I don't have anyway to run Iheartradio, I don't think. this certainly is more complicated that I'd like. I love the internet but still learning!

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Apr. 8, 2010 1:11 pm

It's back up now. I just wanted to let them know.

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thanks captbebops.

The quickest way to get me so I can pass the message on is to pop into the chat room if you can.

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SueN
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Jul. 31, 2007 4:01 pm

Down again and the chat room app isn't working on Ubuntu 10.04 and Firefox. It'll launch, accept login but doesn't work.

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