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The Net 40

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The Net 40

The Net 40
The Net 40 logo
Genre Music chart show, talk
Running time Approx. 3 hrs. (including commercials)
Country United Kingdom
Home station Sound Liverpool
Host(s) Lex&Davey
Producer(s) The Carter Group
Air dates since 1 June 2008
Website net40.co.uk

The Net 40 was a weekly Internet chart show which is broadcast live from the studio's of Sound Liverpool. The show was live each and every Sunday from 3pm until 6pm (UK Time). The show, which was syndicated across many Internet radio stations, was presented by the Lex&Davey.

The chart is completely user generated, and allows unsigned bands to upload their tracks and put them to a public vote, competing directly for the vote of the users against commercial tracks. Their website has since been taken down.

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