Shoutcast.com is the station I listen to. Top 40 usually from 1.FM or Digital Import. More variety and more channels to listen to. So why listen to the same channel every morning on your commute to work? I personally got tired of the talk show, or same music on the way Home from Work that you listen to. I broke my habit when I am able to stream music from my phone to my Car Stereo via Bluetooth. I listen to the Internet Radio on my Blackberry Bold. Whatever your phone you have, there are free ones and there are paid software that allows you to stream internet radio. If your phone can play a PLS file from Shoutcast, then you don’t need a third party software.
I had to get Flycast, Free, for my Blackberry Bold. It gives you the selection to do 3G/Wifi or EDGE connection. It’s nice to give you the ability to choose rather than always select on High Bandwidth stream and if you have and EDGE phone, it buffers every 10 seconds, makes it useless to listen to. Flycast can’t add your own favorite channels, but you can search if it’s in their database and add it to your favorite. But if your favorite radio isn’t there, then you are out of luck. But I found the list to be extensive.
For my custom radio channels that Flycast don’t have, I purchased Mobiola xPlayer for the Blackberry Bold and it works great. Most of their preset internet station are high bandwidth, so if you are litening to music while driving, good luck. I also tried BerryTunes, and it’s as good as xPlayer.
But for everyday use, I use Flycast. To avoid buffering too much, I choose EDGE stations and it’s pretty continuous. If you have a 3G phone, it would drop to EDGE while driving in spots where there’s no 3G, so Flycast is perfect for me.
PocketTunes are available for Palm based Devices if you like to stream music.
For Windows Mobile Phone, there’s a ton of 3rd Party Software. Take your pick. Free ones too.