Streaming radio apps 3G reception

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    If an app like iheartradio or Radiotime is losing reception off and on, especially if it takes a while to reconnect, what is usually the problem? Inefficient coding (the app itself), bad 3G reception (wireless carrier), or spotty connection to the stream (the individual radio station)? In other words, who should I complain to?
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    Doesn't anyone know?
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    Now that football season is here, I've been using my Droid to stream radio stations a lot more often. The stream drops often enough to drive me crazy. 3g seems to be a LITTLE better than wifi, even though a I have a very strong wifi signal on my FIOS (fast) network at home. I use different apps (iHeart, Cherry Rplayer) for the various sports talk stations I listen to and they both have the same issue. Pandora doesn't seem to be as bad, but will drop from time to time. Is this inherent on all Android devices, or is my Droid just not able to buffer correctly?
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