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pureplay
 n.— «The songwriters, recording companies and performers who own the rights to these recordings feel they should be compensated since many Internet radio stations make money simply by playing music without live hosts, news breaks, and other expenses of traditional radio. This method of broadcasting is also known as “pureplay.”» —“Internet Radio Saved for Now, But is the Deal Fair?” by Ian Paul PCWorld July 8, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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