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10/2001 Radio Recorder.
10/13.2/01 - Radio recorder. I received a message at Message Board (or see below) about a new radio recorder. See the board for their info. Their site is at www.radioprogramrecorder.com/. I know nothing about this product.
I have an update to the 'How to Record Talk Radio' question on your websiteb:
RPR Products has just introduced a product aimed at commuters who enjoy talk radio. Its a portable, digital, automatic radio program recorder. Its the world's first truly portable VCR for the radio - the Radio Program Recorder or RPR. The user would leave the RPR in his car while he's at work and it would automatically record his favorite AM or FM talk radio program (Rush, Paul Harvey, a sporting event, etc.). He would then listen to the show through his car radio (FM transmitter included) on the way home and on the way back to work again. He can even put the small digital recorder in his pocket and listen to his recorded show while on a walk or a jog or at the gym. The RPR is smaller than a portable CD player so you can take it anywhere.
See www.radioprogramrecorder.com for more information. [www.radioprogramrecorder.com/]
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