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AOL Radio powered by CBS Radio, (formerly AOL Radio featuring XM), is an online radio service.


AOL Radio can trace its roots to two companies it acquired on June 1, 1999, for $400 million: and Nullsoft. was formerly known as Nullsoft was the maker of the popular Winamp and SHOUTcast products. Both new organizations operated out of the same office in San Francisco. The brand was retired in July 2003, but exists today as an AOL Music blog and a series of channels on AOL Radio.

AOL Radio launched as Radio@AOL, essentially a re-branded, using technology from Real Networks on October 16, 2001 as part of the AOL 7.0 software announced that same day.

In its first month of operation, AOL reported that 2.2 million members accessed Radio@AOL, making it one of AOL's most popular features.

Initially, Radio@AOL was available only to AOL Members. On May 22, 2002, AOL released the free Radio@Netscape for non-members as part of the new Netscape 7.0 browser. On August 22, 2002, AOL released Radio@Netscape...
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