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Rockstar Allows GTA Fans to Call Liberty City Radio Station 63

Posted by Zonk
from the hello-caller-you're-on-the-air dept.
NIN1385 writes "Rockstar has sent out a blast email saying that people are now encouraged to call into a Liberty City radio station. WKTT Talk Radio is accepting calls right now allowing people to voice their opinion about what is wrong with today's Liberty City and/or America, and the best will be used on the upcoming GTA IV Soundtrack."
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Rockstar Allows GTA Fans to Call Liberty City Radio Station

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  • Rights (Score:2, Interesting)

    by Paktu (1103861) on Saturday July 14, 2007 @03:38AM (#19857397)
    You grant Rockstar an irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free and all right, title and interest for the duration of all copyrights (without territory, time, use, other limitations or any obligations), including the exclusive right to copyright, renew and extend such copyright and use, reproduce and exploit (and authorize others to do the same) in such manner as Rockstar determines (and all other rights you may have), all elements of any messages or recordings generated by you while participating in the Promotion.

    Wow. Sounds like the kind of thing I'd love to be a part of.

  • Live (Score:4, Interesting)

    by sonamchauhan (587356) <sonamc&gmail,com> on Saturday July 14, 2007 @05:14AM (#19857789) Journal
    Games could accept VoIP calls, then play it live (or slightly delayed) as in-game talk radio (in multiplayer or even single player games). Ditto, for submitted video or picture content (sourced from webcams or home videos). -- they could be ingame TV or content, or even textures for characters or NPCs.

    Hmmm.... maybe Internet radio stations being threatended by RIAA royalties have a new niche for ... ingame radio stations, paid for by gamer subscriptions. Since the multiplayers games companies already charge the users credit card, they could be the intermediary for digital content.

    Also, it could work the other way around. Video games that streamed content from my digital TV/radio tuner or digital music collection, as in-game content (e.g., TV or music stations)
  • Re:hilarious (Score:3, Interesting)

    by AugstWest (79042) on Saturday July 14, 2007 @08:00PM (#19862981)
    "I tried everything to lose weight. Well, except eating less and exercising."

    The Glory Hole Amusement Park for kids is another winner.

    Of course, I have to say that the "fake" music on the stations in GTA3 is FAR superior to the newer scheme of using real pop songs from the era. Whoever came up with the music for GTA3 should be given 5 or 6 radio stations in each game, it was the most impressive thing they've released imho.

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