Old timer audio player Winamp is to be shut down by owner AOL on December 20 2013.
Evidently AOL haven't made much of a profit on it for years. They're interested in selling it, so if you have somewhere in the region of $5 million it could be yours. Presumably an effective business model and not being messed around by administrative fools could turn it around. The article is at http://arstechnica.com/business/2013/11/after-15-years-of-llama-whipping-aol-shuts-down-winamp-for-good/
A curious thing is that Winamp is far more popular outside the US, with millions of users, than it is inside. Why this is so I don't know.
Now is the time to obtain the last available download exe, as well as any desired skins, etc, while they're available. http://www.winamp.com/
For my part it's sad, not only because it has been a backbone of audio playing for a long time, but I found it good to use and better than most alternatives I've tried over the years. AOL's internal politics has been a problem and has held Winamp back from achieving its potential.