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KUAM launches live streaming radio

by John Davis

Guam - In case you haven't already heard it on the radio, KUAM's AM radio station, Isla63-AM, now has the capability of streaming live audio over the World Wide Web.  That's right - listeners from all walks of life and regions around earth can listen to their favorite AM radio station all day long. 

Now you're probably wondering, how do I listen?  Well, it's simple, just log on to our homepage and look for the Isla63 icon, click it to activate the audio player and you can listen to cleaner, crisper audio of The Morning BUZZ, Programan Minagoff and Isla's weekend warrior line up of J.T. Palomo and Helen "Island Girl" Aguon.  So log on to kuam.com today and bookmark the Isla 63 audio player so you can tune in whenever you want.

Not to worry though Tech Fans, other stations of KUAM, like i94-FM will be streaming audio over the Web very shortly.

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