- Over 1 Million Users Download RealNetworks' RealPlayer 5.0. From Real Networks Web Site
- RealNetworks' RealSystem 5.0 is Supported by More Than 100 Broadcast, Entertainment and Technology Companies. From Real Networks Web Site
- RealNetworks' RealPlayer 4.0 Bundled in Microsoft's Internet Explorer 4.0. From Real Networks Web Site.
- About AudioNet. From AudioNet Web Site
- Rolling Stone Announces Joint Venture With JAMTV Corp. Business Wire. November 24, 1997.
- Pacific Research & Engineering Shows IEEE-1394 Digital Audio Engine at Comdex '97. Business Wire. November 21, 1997.
- The 1997 NewMedia INVISION Awards Festival Chooses Silicon Reef as Official Web Site Designer and Webcast Producer. Business Wire. November 10, 1997.
- SportsLine Radio Becomes First Internet Station to be Syndicated Daily on Terrestrial Radio. July 17, 1997. From Sportsline Web Site.
- CBS Sports And SportsLine USA Announce Strategic Alliance. March 5, 1997. From Sportsline Web Site.
- TheDJ.com Scores Second Round of Funding, Acquires Internet Radio Venture. November 3, 1997. From The DJ.com Web Site.
- No Title. Release on Internet Multicasting Service. From the IMS Web Site.
- AudioNet brings real content to RealAudio. Kevin Savetz. Originally published in the July 1997 issue of Computer Shopper. From ZDNET Web Site.
- Sound Blasts The Web. Streaming audio technologies for the Web are up and running. For some sites, the right solution may even be free. Jan Ozer. Originally published in PC Magazine, March 26, 1996. From ZDNET Web Site.
- Reality Check. The Future of Radio. You've heard the hype. We asked the experts. Here's the real timetable. Edited by David Pescovitz. Wired Magazine. Reality Check, Issue 5.07, July 1997. From Wired Web Site.
- All the World Wide Web's a Stage. Mike Tanner. August 5, 1997. Culture News Section of Wired Web Site.
- Contrarian Libertarian. Carl Malamud, defender of civil liberties, wants more - not less government on the Internet. Lynn Ginsburg. Wired Magazine. Features, Issue 5.07, July 1997. From Wired Web Site.
- Broadcast Time Bomb. Watch your backs, AM and FM radio moguls. Frank Beacham. Tucson Weekly. November 24, 1997. From Tucson Weekly Web Site.
- IP Multicast: A Brave New Net? Chris Oakes. Technology News Section of Wired Web Site. December 1, 1997.
- Hype List: Deflating this Month's Overblown Memes. Steve G. Steinberg. Culture News Section of Wired Web Site. November 11, 1997.
- With the Frontier Growing Up, Pioneer Malamud Closes His 'Net Shop. John Schwartz. The Washington Post. May 13, 1996.
- Computer Radio Riding Wave of Interest. Gerald Tebben. The Columbus Dispatch. June 2, 1996.
- Don't touch that dial...: Discovers that radio broadcasts from around
the world are just a couple of mouse clicks away. Robert Rossney. New Scientist. February 17, 1996.
- Being Digital. Nicholas Negroponte. 1995.
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