A delay is placed between the broadcaster and the listener of generally 10-30 seconds. This is called a buffer -- it prevents brief glitches, pauses, and packet loss on the Internet from affecting the listening experience. All Internet radio broadcasts and audio players have a buffer that is usually adjustable.

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