Listen Live Radio with Google Talk, MSN & Yahoo Chat
Listening Radio can be fun sometimes when you get bored from your computer’s songs collection, ipod or mp3 player then radio is the way to go totally shuffled and surprise songs every after one and if RJ is good and of your choice then its even more fun. Now days you can listen to radio online with the help of various websites but now you can listen Live Online Radio with Gtalk, MSN Messenger and Yahoo Chat.
All this is possible with the help of service called Gtalk2Voip which is actually sms and Voip service but now they also let you listen radio but this service is free and do not cost anything you can listen to radio all day free. You just need to follow a few simple methods and you’ll be able to start listening radio channels on your IM client.
1. Start with opening your Instant Messenger Client, when you are Signed in just add a contact and write this without quotes ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’
2. When it appears online message RADIO and hit enter you’ll get the list of available Radio Stations to choose from.
3. A huge list of available station is infront of you choose any one of them, lets suppose you choose 102 just messege RADIO 102 and wait.
4. You’ll receive a new call or voice chat request whatever you name it just accept it and now you are listening to live radio how simple and fun
The following Radio Stations are currently available which i think are enough to feed my music needs
100 - 181.fm – Kickin’ Country (Todays Best Country!)101 - 1.FM – Country
102 - Atlantic Sound Factory – ASF Radio
103 - 100.7 Jack FM, San Diego
104 - 102.7 FM The Fringe
105 - 181.fm – The Buzz (Your Alternative Station!)
106 - 181.fm – The Mix Channel (70s, 80s, 90s and Today’s Best Music)
107 - 181.fm – The Eagle (Your Home For REAL Classic Rock!)
108 - .977 The 80s Channel
109 - 1.FM – Channel X, Hindi Radio
111 - Radio Helsinki – 92.6 MHz
201 - KCRW World News
202 - Sporting News Radio
203 - KPFK – Southern California’s 90.7 FM News, Talk & Music
204 - WBUR 90.9 FM, Boston’s NPR News Station
205 - TalkRadioX
206 - Arabian HIT 96.7 FM, Dubai
Thanks my friend Rockstar sid for letting me know about this gtalk trick =]