Can Broadcast.Com Keep Making A Big Noise?

The Web's audio and video pioneer now has a host of rivals

For Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner, success has come almost too easily. When the co-founders of Broadcast.com, a service that sends video and audio clips over the Internet, took their company public in July, investors snapped up shares and made the small, three-year-old firm worth almost $1 billion. Then, President Clinton's grand jury testimony brought more than 1 million visitors to their site on Sept. 21, shoring up the company's vision that delivering audio and video is much more than ham radio over the Web.

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