Austereo goes online

More online radio stations were launched last week, with the latest offerings from Village Roadshow's Austereo Radio Network.

The new online radio stations target different music tastes and listening patterns.

Aimed at the 18-39 demographic, the Internet radio stations cover eight different music genres, including the 60s, 70s, 80s, disco, adult contemporary, Top 40 hits, alternative music and dance.

In addition to Webcasting, the channels provide features including online music requests, guest interviews and monthly promotions.

Officials said the stations are maintained inhouse by Village Ten online, the entertainment based Internet joint venture between Village Roadshow and Network Ten, which is expected to launch its complete service in the first half of next year.

The online stations are:

http://www.thesixtieschannel.com.au

http://www.theseventieschannel.com.au

http://www.theeighties.com.au

http://www.discoradio.com.au

http://www.thebreeze.com.au

http://www.thebuzz.com.au

http://www.beatradio.com.au

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