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Our first week, a "soft launch" for testing and reaching out, went way past our hopes. First of all, we want to thank the 38 listeners from France and Switzerland. We don't know you, but welcome. And then there were the 238 people who tuned in from the U.S. You listened for 190 hours, and you kept your computer tuned in for an average of 41 minutes. 

A lot of you came back to RadioJustice.org more than once: the average viewer came by 1.8 times. You each checked...

Thanks to everyone for finding us during our soft-launch week. Here at RJLA, we're hoping you like where we're going.

We're taking the weekend off to retool and improve, and we'll be back on Monday at 8:00 with the programs we sampled this week. And we'll be bringing you more shows:

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