My wife and I used to have a routine every morning. With the cheap but fast internet connection here in Thailand, we are online first thing in the morning (as much as possible, i.e.) and connect to Radyo DZBB for the latest news from the Philippines. However, the recent disintegration of Inq7.net left us to just read and watch feeds from GMAnews.tv and Inquirer.net. Not that I’m whining but it took us sometime to learn how to connect again to the radio and watch TV in the respective sites.
Here’s cyberbaguioboy‘s blog entry on this news:
Radio on INQUIRER.net has been launched. Visitors to INQUIRER.net can now listen to close to 40 radio stations courtesy of eRadioportal.com. This service went live yesterday, offering visitors a “wider choice when it comes to hearing audio over the Internet.” Excerpt:
INQUIRER.net has launched a radio channel that would now give website visitors a wider choice when it comes to hearing audio over the Internet.
Dubbed “Radio on INQUIRER.net,” the radio channel offers streaming audio from close to 40 radio stations in the Philippines, said JV Rufino, editor-in-chief of Inquirer.net.
INQUIRER.net has partnered with eRadioportal.com, which will host the streaming audio coming from partner radio stations, he added.