Net radio network loses frequency

Fans of Live365 are forced to groove elsewhere after the popular Net radio portal is temporarily shut down.

Fans of Live365 have been forced to groove elsewhere after the popular Net radio portal was temporarily shut down this week--one event in a long stream of misfortunes that have plagued the industry.

A notice posted on the Live365 Web site attributes the glitch to a problem with the company's broadband provider. The notice said the company is looking for another Internet service provider, but "due to the volume of traffic we support, our requirements are not easily met. (We) hope to be back up very soon." Representatives for Live365 did not return calls seeking comment. --Sam Ames, Special to ZDNet News

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