|PenguinRadio links directly to the streaming media feeds of over 5,000 radio stations around the world. To access the feed, you need only click on the radio station's WEI number and the stream should commence downloading.
You need to have your computer configured to accept streaming media feeds. To do this, please be sure you have the following programs on your computer:
Real Audio is one of the most popular streaming technologies on the Internet. A majority of the radio stations that broadcast over the Internet use the Real Audio format (.ram).
Microsoft has released a free player that plays their format, which is growing in popularity. The download is free, and you can use it to listen to the .asx format.
Some files are in the popular format MP3. There are several MP3 players you can try, and installation is not that difficult. We suggest the following:
The Penguin operates on LINUX, a very stable open-source platform which is revolutionizing the Internet. Our version of LINUX, which we have modified from the public releases, uses a relatively small amount of the device's memory.
Users can service the Penguin if they are familiar with LINUX (and really like that sort of thing), but standard operation of the Penguin requires no computer knowledge of any kind. If you can operate a television remote control, or dial a telephone, you'll have no problem with the Penguin.
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