An ode to our internet radio

Internet RadioI do love our Sangean WiFi Internet Radio. I am listening to President Obama speak in Ghana on the BBC’s World Service. We listen to the BBC’s Five Live football call in show; even obscure local radio stations in the UK.

And we’ve only scratched the surface. We impressed a friend who had just been to Brazil by playing a Brazilian radio station. I can brush up on my French by listening to stations out of Paris.

While it’s not perfect — it goes quiet occasionally, with the signal on the front panel displaying the annoying word: “Buffering.”

But it’s a great connection to the outside world.

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1 Response to “An ode to our internet radio”


  1. 1 Jonas Jonaitis June 26, 2010 at 4:45 pm

    I absolutelly agree with the author, throw would like to got more detailed info with updates about this. Thanks for good article, keep on doing good job. Cheers 🙂


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