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‘Survivor’ winner hits the dot-com webwaves

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Richard Hatch, the outspoken and often unclothed winner of CBS’ “Survivor,” is now online.

BroadcastAmerica.com will be streaming Hatch’s talkradio show live from News Talk Radio 630 WPRO in East Providence, R.I. Yakker will air on the Internet for a week from 9-10 a.m. EST beginning Aug. 28 via RealPlayer. It will also be archived and available for listeners throughout each weekday of the show’s airing.

BroadcastAmerica enables Netizens to listen to streaming content that’s otherwise available only in local markets via traditional broadcasting. The company has partnered with more than 650 radio and 70 TV stations.

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