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To listen to Internet radio from your car or anywhere you will need a Smartphone, Bluetooth Audio car stereo and a data plan.  Here is a Motorola Q9c with the Pioneer DEH-P9800BT and www.TalkStreamLive.mobi

On TalkStreamLive.mobi there are thousands of links and many different stream types. The Windows Mobile Media player plays all the WMA Talk Radio shows but is not capable of playing the broadband music streams.  To listen to music you may need TCPMP (free player) or the Core Media Player  — either of these media players will play all of the stream types seamlessly at TalkStreamLive.mobi.

After a few days of use with the Core Media Player I am very impressed.  It is the best player that I have seen for TalkStreamLive.mobi and worth every penny.

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TalkStreamLive.mobi gets a sporting new look and performance upgrades.

This mobile site serves up thousands of talk shows and hundreds of music, news and sports stations.  All of the talk shows stream around 32 kbs and will play on the standard Windows Mobile player.  Most of the music stations stream at 128 kbs and require the TCPMP media player — TCPMP is a media player that you can download for free and will play most broadband streams.

If you already own a smartphone ( Motorola Q pictured above ) with a data plan or have a portable wi-fi enabled device the TalkStreamLive.mobi service is free. 

We make it easy for you to listen to radio on the Internet in your car or from just about anywhere.  If you like talk radio as much as we do you will find a “live” talk show to listen to 24 hours a day 7 days a week.  

The Internet radio shows and stations that you will find at TalkStreamLive are submitted to us by our listening community.  The more listeners click on a show or station, the higher that show or station will rank on the list.  New shows and stations are added continuously — providing an endless supply of high quality radio. 

Do you know of a show or station that has what it takes? Add it here for free.

New site features! You will find links for “local” News, Traffic and Weather to help you stay informed. There is also a Shout box provided in case you need let off some steam.

The back-end of the site has been totally redesigned and now is much faster providing a better user experience.  The site is intuitive, simple to navigate and modular — you can bookmark any category you please as the top page. 

About: Frees Media, Inc. is a media planning, buying and Internet publishing company. For more information, visit www.freesmedia.com.

Contact: Bill Frees 973-564-7200

Talk Stream Live™

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Here are directions on how to connect a Smartphone to a car radio to enhance listening to Internet radio while driving.  A more costly connection is Bluetooth Audio, but if you are not ready to buy a new car stereo this is an inexpensive solution.
I wanted to play around with something new for my Q (Smartphone), so I decided to take a shot at using it as an audio source thru my vehicle’s stereo. I purchased:
 2201859402838080_1.jpg 1) an OEM Motorola (p/n SKN 6183) adapter for the 2.5mm to 3.5mm headphone jack—ebay $5.62 shipped!! http://search.ebay.com/search/search…&fsop=1&fsoo=1
(I believe Radio Shack has their own branded adapter for $10)
 std1_f8v235-06.jpg 2) a Belkin 3.5mm to RCA cable http://catalog.belkin.com/IWCatProdu…duct_Id=148894—$4.86 at Wal-mart


3700088659748080_1.jpg *3) auxiliary input adapter for my Pioneer car stereo (connects to IP-BUS back side of stereo)—ebay $10 shipped *This item is not needed if your car or home stereo already has RCA inputs.

Now I can connect my Q (Smartphone) to my car stereo and voila!! I am now streaming cd quality audio through TCPMP to my car stereo for just over $20 in parts!! Not to mention being able to play any music on my storage card.



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