Spacial Audio had something of a monopoly when it came to Internet radio automation software.
19 years or so ago people wanting to run an Internet radio station had only 1 option and that was to pay $$$ for radio automation software.
SAM Broadcaster may well have been the No1 selling radio automation program once upon a time
But RadioDJ v1.8.2 was downloaded over 220,000 times making it more popular than SAM Broadcaster by a mile.
Now you have RadioDJ FREE radio automation software.
Radio stations and DJ’s don’t need to shell out $$$ for radio automation software!!
“RadioDJ is FREE for use by any radio station or DJ anywhere in the world (NOT Misleading)”
The newer versions of RadioDJ can do so much more than SAM Broadcaster with some pretty nifty features included in the program.
No need for messy resource hogging PAL scripts. You can program songs/intros/jingles into the playlist in RadioDJ just by using events/rotations or even by using simple SQL Queries.
RadioDJ is far more stable, It doesn’t use a great amount of the CPU & hasn’t crashed on us during a live show.
Once setup RadioDJ will run for weeks/months without anyone needing to keep an eye on the program.
We know of one user who went 24 months without a restart RadioDJ. We’d call that reliable wouldn’t you?
Another user is running 4 stations on Shoutcast with RadioDJ. Something else you can’t do with SAM Broadcaster without it costing you $$$.
The only reason you should need to reboot the machine is to update Windows.
Give RadioDJ a try you will find it outperforms SAM Broadcaster for stability and reliability.
Download RadioDJ v2
“The best part is *RadioDJ WON’T Cost you $$$ between updates or versions”
The clue is in the name “RadioDJ FREE radio automation software”
There are NO hidden fees or catches with RadioDJ the software is supplied exactly as you see it.
That’s why we love RadioDJ FREE radio automation software!
(*Future versions of RadioDJ may have some paid for features but will still be free for those who require the free version)
Last updated on: January 18th, 2018
at 13:33 PM Europe/London