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Radio is something that has evolved right along with technology It use to be radio was something you could only get on your boom box or in your car Music wasnt something you could easily take and listen to everywhere or choose what you wanted to listen to Music use to be if you wanted to be able to listen to a song you would sit by the radio all day until it played and record it to your cassette tape but as technology has evolved and phones and computers have come about the music industry has tried to find new ways to keep music out there and free to listeners The newest thing that has hit the market is online radio stations Online radios arent just for everyday listeners but also for radio broadcasters to learn of new songs Online radio can also help radio broadcasters see the most listened to songs which can help them better select songs for their radio broadcast making it better fit for the listeners I believe they try to make it where music is available anywhere and everywhere because as in Trenchtown Rock sang by Bob Marley One good thing about music when it hits you you feel no pain Marley There are many online stations out there now some of which are better quality and make it easier to find that one song you are looking for Grooveshark is one of the many online radio stations Grooveshark does a great job of offering an online radio service The website is simply laid out and easily to follow When you first glance at their homepage you see a search engine where you can search for the songs you would like to listen to After searching there is a list of songs for you to choose from and you just select the songs you would like to listen to and along the bottom of the screen Grooveshark creates a
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