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KPIG Stream Returns – But No Longer for Free

KPIG Stream Returns - But No Longer for Free

One of the more visible Webcasters forced to silence its Internet streams this summer due to high copyright fees is expected to return to the Internet as a subscription service.
KPIG(FM), a small California broadcaster, is believed to be the first traditional station to begin Webcasting, in August of 1995. Using a turnkey subscription service announced by RealNetworks this week, the station’s streams will be available once again, this time on Real’s RadioPass subscription service.
“It will be the same programming as we had on our free streams,” said Laura Ellen, KPIG Program and Music Director, “with one exception. There will be no commercials.”
KPIG has continued free streams containing live events and other material not requiring copyright fees.