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I still cannot listen to the Paul Harvey news --

http://www.paulharvey.com/

I've tried using Camino, Netscape and Safari. My G4 iBook is updated with the latest software, and working perfectly. I am able to listen to tons of other audio files with no problems.

When I click on the link to listen to the Paul Harvey news, QuickTime opens up, but there is nothing to listen to. I've tried checking the settings in QuickTime, but cannot find any settings to stop QuickTime from opening up.

I've sent numerous messages to the Contact on the Paul Harvey news website, but have never received an answer. This problem started at least six months ago.

Any suggestions? Thanks.

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According to his web site, it only works with Windows Media Player. Microsoft quit making updates for WMP, so you have to use Flip4Mac. It is a plug in that allows you to view and listen to WMP things with Quicktime. You can download it for free at www.flip4mac.com. Try that and see if that works for you.
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According to his web site, it only works with Windows Media Player. Microsoft quit making updates for WMP, so you have to use Flip4Mac. It is a plug in that allows you to view and listen to WMP things with Quicktime. You can download it for free at www.flip4mac.com. Try that and see if that works for you.
I have Flip4Mac installed. When I click on the audio link to listen to the Paul Harvey news, Windows Media Player opens, but I keep getting an error message (after waiting a long time):

"The server is not responding."

Maybe the audio links will work later ..... ??
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