We got some nice coverage today in the AOPA ePilot newsletters.
Not sure if everyone will be able to see this or not:
It's a members-only link, but here is the text from the newsletter:
WEB SITE OFFERS AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL BROADCASTS
Want to brush up on your radio navigation skills from the comfort of your home? Wondering what rush hour sounds like at airports in Okinawa, Japan, or Trondheim, Norway? LiveATC.net offers free access to live radio traffic from airports around the world through a network of volunteer uplink sites on the Web. Feeds are delivered via streaming audio (MP3 format). Facilities are categorized by class, and each listing includes applicable ATC frequencies. There's an archive of a week's worth of transmissions for the dedicated listener. For more information, see the Web site.