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BBC and CBS now working together

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Jun 19, 2010
Phoenix Arizona
bbc and cbs?

Stinks. I found a stream that lets me listen to BBC live (most of us in US cannot, as it requires some sort of license and/or it says "you are in an area that is geographically prohibited" from hearing anything from UK. They are funny about any programming or streams being heard outside of their areas. I found a site that lets me hear BBC all channels, streaming. Let me tell you. It's awful. If you think OUR media is too PC or liberal, just you wait til you hear the BBC. If the BBC and CBS "partnered up" consider any legitimacy, if any! CBS had is now gone.
Sep 2, 2012
I've found that online streams of various radio stations are often geo-blocked. I'm surprised to hear that the BBC does that, though.
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