P2P Radio

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In General, Radio stations that use specific P2P Computing and P2P Filesharing principles.


Examples: Mercora [1] and PeerCast [2]

More specifically, the name of a free software enabling P2P radio.


P2P Radio 2.0

"P2P-Radio provides a peer-to-peer audio and video broadcasting system.

URL = http://linux.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Audio/P2P-Radio-23762.shtml

P2P-Radio is a peer-to-peer audio (MP3) and video (NSV) broadcasting system that features freeloader detection, stream signing, SHOUTcast support, an easy-to-use GUI, and a separate monitor application which displays the current structure of the P2P network.

P2P-Radio is programmed in Java and runs on Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and many other systems."