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    Timed Recording

    During the repair of a severely virus-impacted PC a few weeks ago, I upgraded Roxio EZCDC to the current version 10. Discovered a neat app in it, which allows the recording of Internet radio programs. I'm thinking of upgrading my current ver. 8 to ver. 10, but wondering if there is another program out there--either a standalone or something which would work with EZCDC--that would let me set a "timer" for unattended recording. I'm running XP MCE, if that matters.

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    Re: Timed Recording

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    I believe the following link will help. http://www.replay-radio.com/
    I have not used it but found it quickly by Googling record internet radio
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    Re: Timed Recording

    Hi JJ

    I use a Digital TV USB stick such as these http://www.tvstick.co.uk/products/default.asp#jump1 which allows me to record both TV and Radio onto my laptop if required. Also most UK radio stations now offer a 'POD cast' or play again feature on their stations. perhaps there is a similar service on the web of your station.

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