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AudioFeast Syncs MP3 Lovers with the Best of The Grammys


Internet radio provider gives consumers free access to 2004"s top tunes before the awards presentation

Mountain View, CA, February 9, 2005 -- AudioFeast, the leader in digital radio for MP3 players, is rolling out a collection of special radio programs with the first dedicated to the upcoming GRAMMY Awards ™ presentation on Sunday, February 13. Presented in a commercial-free format for MP3 players and PCs, the 90 minute “AudioFeast at the GRAMMYS” program, features a wide selection of music from this year"s nominees, including Ray Charles, Joss Stone, U2, Kayne West, Sheryl Crow and Evanescence, to name a few.

This special music presentation, hosted by well-respected San Francisco air personality Jon Russell, highlights a selection of this year“s GRAMMY-nominated artists to showcase the best in rock, pop and urban. The highlighted GRAMMYS collection and other select AudioFeast channels are available for free, and can be accessed and easily downloaded from AudioFeast”s Web site (, allowing consumers to listen either on-the-go via a MP3 player or on their PC.

Starting in mid-February, AudioFeast will also present the “Best of the Oscars® Music Scores and Songs”, to celebrate the upcoming Academy Awards, which will be presented on February 27.

Along with the special free music collections, AudioFeast features more than 400 channels of “all you can listen to” commercial-free music, premier news, sports, and entertainment radio programming for MP3 players. Users can listen to their favorite music and shows whenever and wherever, without incurring the high cost and time to find and download individual songs and programs. By clicking their channel favorites via the AudioFeast website, users simply sync their MP3 player and get content that is constantly refreshed and enjoyable Beginning as low as $2.99, the AudioFeast’s subscription service is currently compatible with most PCs and a growing selection of MP3 players.

About AudioFeast
AudioFeast is the first to market digital radio service that easily brings commercial-free music, news, sports and entertainment programming to MP3 players, portable devices and PCs. Built on its patent pending Virtual Broadcast Network, AudioFeast delivers popular radio programs to a variety of portable devices, and over networks, with far greater ease-of-use, reliability and cost efficiency than traditional distribution methods. Founded in 2002, the company is privately funded.


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