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Business 2.0: Mayfield recently put $4.5 million into AudioFeast, which is using the cash infusion to market its subscription service to the world. The two-year-old startup offers 400 commercial-free radio programs ranging from music to NPR, the Wall Street Journal, and sports-talk radio for $6 to […]

Business 2.0: Mayfield recently put $4.5 million into AudioFeast, which is using the cash infusion to market its subscription service to the world. The two-year-old startup offers 400 commercial-free radio programs ranging from music to NPR, the Wall Street Journal, and sports-talk radio for $6 to $8 per month. You download the programs you want and then either listen to them on your computer or sync them to your AudioFeast-compatible MP3 player. It’s like satellite radio, without the satellites.

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