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A new spin

Internet streaming gives DJs freedom to play without a radio station

By Vanessa E. Jones
Globe Staff / December 1, 2008

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It takes about a week of computer work in his Dorchester home for Tessil Collins to create the urban, gospel, classic soul, and jazz streams for his Internet radio station at www.sun-music.net. On nights and weekends, Collins uploads to his streaming media provider's server music that he gets from promoters or from his vast record collection. The tunes in the ... (Full article: 1228 words)

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