AOL has launched an online radio service for its broadband customers.
[email protected] Broadband forms part of the internet giant's recently unveiled Music Channel.
The CD-quality audio is streamed at 64Kbps, and AOL said that its 80 stations have been grouped by music genres such as rock, pop, hip-hop, classical, jazz, inspirational, world, alternative and electronica.
The service will also include five UK-programmed stations including Brit-pop and Brit-classic rock.
A 'buy' button allows users to purchase the music they are listening to, or buy tickets to see the band live.
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