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users who like streams might want to check out the curseradio package. It's implemented with Python so has a bunch of dependencies, but you can select favorites and have them saved as an OPML file -- which you can then hack to add additional stations not listed by default if you can find them on tunein.com.

Granted, if you have a favorite stream that provides a plain HTTP URL you could listen using mpg123, but not all stations are as reasonable as in Philly.

@starbreaker I just alias some URL playlists to radio station names :D

@15F9 I've done that, too.I've got aliases for WRTI Jazz and WRTI Classical, for example. They both use mpg123.

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lynx -source -nolist dir.xiph.org/by_genre/Classica | grep m3u

Or you use lynx against dir.xiph.org and download the m3u file :D

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