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app for listening to corporate conference calls?

Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by mikebz5, Jul 28, 2010.

  1. mikebz5

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    Has anyone seen an app to listen in on corporate conference calls(public investor calls usually hosted by Thompson Reuters) Or at least something that plays Windows media or realplayer streams?
     

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    Um, the phone? ;-)
     
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    LOL, yep - that's what I thought too.
    Then I realized he's wanting to listen to the online recording of the conference call, not the call itself. (or at least that's what I assume - otherwise we're back to "umm, the phone?")
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    I did mean the live call itself. There are usually streaMs online during the call. Usually in realplayer and Windows media formats. I am using stock browser and downloaded the realplayer app from the market but no dice(no option to enter web address for the stream)
     
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    You can contact Media Relations or Investor Relations at most companies and ask them for the ability to listen in to the recorded conference calls. Most will let you even if they initially seem resistant or refer to some vague policy. The last thing they want is for someone to raise a stink about listening to a call that's already taken place.
     
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    Why not just dial in to the call?
     

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