WTUL is resurrected
WTUL New Orleans, 91.5 FM is back on the air with live dj's. The overnight broadcast will feature pre-produced shows streamed over the internet from the Stanford Center for Computer Research in Music Acoustics to the station transmitter in New Orleans. You can try to listen to the Webcast using Winamp (which accepts ogg file types), but I haven't had any luck so far. Better to just tune into your radio.
12/17/05 update: I found that I could tune in using the freeware JetAudio application, although the the audio kept dropping out while application buffered.
12/18/05 update: (Cursing) okay people -- are you having the same problem I am? You downloaded the @#$%&* Winamp Lite application and installed it, but can't get it to play Ogg files? Right! The Web site says Winamp plays Ogg files, but apparently not the Lite version (at least not on stupid Windows boxes). So, here's the fix.
1) Download the Ogg Vorbis decoder DLL from the Winamp "Most Requested Plugins" site (http://forums.winamp.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=155680), or get it directly here.
2) Expand the downloaded "in_vorbis.zip" to the Winamp plugins folder on your Windows computer (on my box, that's "C:\Program Files\Winamp\Plugins"), i.e., you want to put the "in_vorbis.dll" file in that plugins folder.
3) The next time you open Winamp, the plugin will be referenced and Ogg files will play.
More photos of the WTUL resurrection studio Rue: