Europemedia.net has retracted a story released last Friday, June 28, that the Dutch Public Broadcasting Organization planned to stop streaming live Internet broadcasts from two of its radio stations because of cost and capacity problems. Europemedia.net now says, “Employees of the Dutch public broadcasting organization had wrongly interpreted internal e-mail to mean the Internet service would be stopped.”
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