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Bruce S.
2006-08-23, 18:28
Two questions: Can I get ESPN radio through my Squeezebox/Computer setup? Secondly, is there a good article explaining all the ins and outs of how to get Radio channels through Sqeezebox that don't come with the installation?

Thanks in advance.

I am hoping to avoid Theismann on MNF this year!!

Mark Lanctot
2006-08-23, 18:54
Two questions: Can I get ESPN radio through my Squeezebox/Computer setup?

I don't know, I'll let someone else tackle this one.

I can't say I've seen it in the forums though.


Secondly, is there a good article explaining all the ins and outs of how to get Radio channels through Sqeezebox that don't come with the installation?

http://wiki.slimdevices.com/index.cgi?InternetRadio

andyg
2006-08-23, 19:25
The ESPN Radio link in Slim Devices Picks should work for you. It can be found under By Genre -> News & Talk

http://mfile.akamai.com/10478/live/reflector:35187.asx?prop=n

Bruce S.
2006-08-23, 21:50
I just realized that ESPN radio won't be what I need for MNF. I need "Westwood One" which covers the game on radio.

Is a station that offers a "podcast" one that I can use squeezebox for, because Westwood One does?

Victor
2006-08-23, 22:16
FYI, Sirius Radio broadcasts all the NFL games. I tried to listen to satellite (since Joe Theisman could make baby Jesus weep with his inane ramblings) while watching a game last week. Didn't have much luck. Sirius seems to be about 4-6 seconds behind (time-wise) live television. That made it pretty impossible to listen to while I watched.

exile
2006-08-25, 13:20
to avoid the random drunken streaking fan, tv puts a 5-7 sec delay in all of their broadcasts so I don't think it's possible to listen to the radio broadcast in sync.

i too like the radio broadcasts so I was going to experiment with my dvr and see if I just delay the broadcast by that 5-7 sec margin if the radio feed will sync up.