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Offline Radios

It can be heard some spots, musics, and only be read some iformaes on the sender, however it cannot affirm that estao connected, therefore the Internet only functions as media, being that the programming content is not extended in fact to the computer. Already the Online radios, different of the Offline system, not only perpassam for the computer the programmings made in the conventional radios (dial), as well as any programmings made in the proper Internet. It does not have necessarily the obligatoriness of an sender to exist in the real space, that is, can exist only in ciberespao. Other already mentioned group is the netrdios. This is characterized for being radios existing and only developed paraa Internet. The netradios possess only this new structure of inherent radiofnica lnguagem the Internet.

They are these considered emitting of radio virtual. An advantage of the netradios is the fact not to precissarem of license, since they are bred radios specifically for the net. The model of the webrdio In the Internet, the radio congregates music, information and advertising, in parallel with other components as static animaes, images or in movement. The new supports allow the introduction of components (graphical, written tables, photographs, texts, images of video) that they complement the information disponibilizada for the way. This aspect goes to compel to an adaptation to this new form to communicate, with resources that go to allow to produce a message more complete. This new conception of radio in the Internet it can redefine the proper concept of radio, for the possibilities that the listener will not obtain to find in the traditional format and for the diffusion of the emissions in global way. In the webrdio the radiofnica language presents-senum half essentially visual. The hearing now depends on the graphical quality of its site, to attract the visitors. The new systems of diffusion for the radio, develop new forms and expectations.