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  • by domm (4030) on 2005.10.19 8:19 (#44002) Homepage Journal

    yay, fm4++

    I used to listen to it when I still listened to radio. Now I mostly put on a vinyl record from my evergrowing collection if I'm in the mood for music.

    Oh, and ever since I did the website for Oe1 [oe1.orf.at] I have their frequency as the default on my stereo...

    BTW, some random bit of Austrian radio lore: The first programme they did was called Oe1 (for Oesterreich 1). Which mainly plays classical/arty music and text programmes. Then they did various local programmes. Thirty years ago they started a new 'popular channel for young people' called Oe3. Oe3 now mainly plays boring mainstream format, so ten years ago the did a new channel for young people, called fm4. Now their out of free freqencies, but with digital radio et.al we might get [(oe|fm)5 soon :-)

    • Norther Germany's public radio NDR has exactly the same history. NDR2 war launched for a younger audience and later N-Joy was added when the NDR2 listeners outgrew their youth. However N-Joy is nowhere near the quality of fm4. They mostly play Verisign's "Jamba Klingeltone Charts" stuff :)

      On a side note: The mms protocol stream perfectly well through ssh tunnels if you happen to be behind an unfriendly firewall.