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www.95bfm.Com Nominated In International Award

The excellent web site was nominated as a finalist in the "Streaming Audio" category of the 4th Annual South By Southwest Awards.

Winners will be announced at the event, held in Austin, Texas on March 11 2001. All nominees in each category also vie for a single overall People's Choice award, votes for which are taken on the SXSW web site.

The South by Southwest Awards are accompanied by a sprawling trade show/conference dealing with the convergence of music, film and interactivity, which has been running since 1987.

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bFM's sister site is also nominated in the e-commerce category this year.

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