I went to find a neat radio station on Live 365 and it had an announcement on the page.
(When I finally got there there was... there was a warning first, but I knew this site was OK so kept trying...)
ANYWAY, when I got there it seemed like there was an ad on the landing page.
So, I read it.
Then I went to X it out to get to my page and sign in, and realized that the ad was NOT an ad.
Here is a clipping of the page, made smaller:
Yes, not an ad, it's a goodbye! Live365 has closed down.
I wish I'd known about this sooner. I didn't know about the legal deadline either.... I'm sorry to hear about it. I'd have somehow copied the stations I most liked and tried to find out if they planned to move to another location. Darn. I also thought about having a station. But never did it. Ack again.
I hope everyone reconsiders later on and 365 can come back. Right now it's unaffordable for the proverbial Little Guy.
I guess there is always NPR News. But that's not the same. Looks like some research is in order to find a replacement for Live 365. Hope I can find one that is affordable now! If and when I do, I will share it here.
Adding: I really liked Live365 - - they had TONS of free stations. Some of my favorites were the 60's and 70's stations. I was always finding something new there too.
Well, that's it for now.
And I MUST say: THANKS for stopping by here too. Visit again!
Onward and Upward!
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