[vip_students] Re: Listening to radio on the net!

  • From: "Seoirse Neilan" <seoirsen@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <vip_students@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 3 Mar 2007 18:38:26 -0000

Hi Paul,

That's great as i never had a clue how to listen on line,


Seoirse Neilan
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Sent: Saturday, March 03, 2007 12:59 PM
Subject: [vip_students] Listening to radio on the net!

> Hi All,
> Its been a long time since I  put anything out on the list here so I have
> decided to try and change that starting from today. I will Endeavour to
> produce and send more articles to the list for you to try out and also to
> help you with any problems you may be having either with following through
> on one of the articles posted here on the list or with something which you
> are involved with. Today I wanted to start off by mentioning a reasonably
> new web site where you can access radio stream from if you are interested.
> felt it was a good place to start if you have an interest in taking up the
> hobby of listening to radio on the web. First I will say to you that  it
> not just so easy to get into downloading and listening to radio streams
> which is why I have chosen the "Newstalk" web site which I I came across
> recently with the kind help of Nora Doyle.  So lets get started.
> The first piece of information you require is the web address of the radio
> site itself: www.newstalk.ie
> 2. Open up internet explorer in whatever way you normally do and then
> keys: left alt + D, to jump you into the address box.
> 3. Type in the address above and press the enter key.
> 4. Depending on how you connect to the internet it may be slower for some
> people if they use "dial-up connection" as opposed to "broadband". Just
> it time and also take into account the times of day you are connecting.
> holds true for all web site surfing.
> 5. Finally our web site "www.newstalk.ie" should have loaded up and we are
> ready to  go to the "Listen to Newstalk link". There are two ways you can
> this:
> *. Use keys "insert + F7" to bring up a list of links and then arrow to
> desired link I have mentioned above.
> *. Just press the "tab key" till you find yourself on the link and press
> enter key.
> Now our next part is to actually  locate the desired medium which the
> "Newstalk radio stream" will be brought up in.
> 1. After going into the "listen to Newstalk link" and you have waited a
> moments for the page to load up it is time to either arrow down through
> page or bring up the links list with the keys mentioned previously.
> 2. The exact link we are looking for is:
> "window's media player logo Click here for windows media stream"
> You should eventually come to the link mentioned in the line above.
> 3. When you feel you have arrived on this link just press the "enter key"
> and after about 10 to 20 seconds the radio stream should come up talking.
> If there are any questions on this please get in touch but give it a try
> see how you get on with it. Don't  expect to  get  it first time always,
> just keep practicing.
> Paul.
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