Reasons why you should use RadioDJ free radio automation software:
1) It’s FREE for use by anyone with NO restrictions.
2) Its a really stable program and works for weeks/months without a restart
3) Perfect sound quality with the built in sound processing your stream will sound great.
4) Easy to manage Rotations & Events for all your automation needs.
5) Amazing crossfading songs will mix perfectly together.
6) Great Music library support. You add and create categories as needed.
7) No keys required! RadioDJ doesn’t require a key code to unlock the full benefits of the program.
8) Great support if should something go wrong on the RadioDJ Community Forums
We could go on and give you more reasons like the request system or the plugins for streaming to Shoutcast/Icecast.
But the best reason to use RadioDJ is also the the first point I made.
“The program is 100% FREE for use by any DJ or any radio station. You can run multiple radio streams if you so desire. Or if you’re not a DJ It can still be used as a home music automation system”
We know of a RadioDJ user who runs 4 streams using the software.
You CANNOT do that with other radio automation programs such as SAM Broadcaster, Without it costing you hundreds of $$$ (4 × $299 = $1196) as they require you to have as separate licence per station.
Make the switch to RadioDJ free radio automation software today you won’t regret it!
There are NO hidden fees/catches with RadioDJ just 100% FREE radio automation software that works.
(You can download the latest version of RadioDJ by clicking on the logo or right click & “Save link As”)
Don’t believe what we say? Then look at what others are saying about RadioDJ
Say goodbye to paying silly money for Internet radio automation software.
We guarantee you 100% that once RadioDJ is Installed it will outperform other paid for automation programs.
Over the last couple of years now Spacial audio have gone with a subscription based model for the newer versions of SAM Broadcaster. Nothing wrong with that I hear you say…
“However should your subscription run out part way through the year, You are left stuck with the last version of SAM Broadcaster your subscription was eligible for & you would need to pay out $$$ all over again to upgrade to the latest version”
I saw a post on the Winamp/Shoutcast forums this morning. It would appear Winamp and Shoutcast are now partly owned by a company called Vivendi.
“Winamp is back… in the hands of a major corporation: Vivendi has acquired a 64.4 percent stake in Radionomy, the European online radio services company that owns Winamp and Shoutcast as well as the online radio ad marketplace Targetspot.
Vivendi owns the likes of Universal Music Group, Canal+ and Dailymotion.
You can read more about this story at the following links.
Reading a topic on the Spacial forums from a user who’s having those dreaded “Buffering” issues with the encoders in SAM Broadcaster.
The SVS volunteers on the Spacial forums are trying yet again to blame the problem on the user’s connection.
It’s NOT the user’s broadband connection, ISP or even shoutcast/icecast server at fault, It’s the encoders in SAM Broadcaster being poorly coded. The user has already explained that their Internet connection is working as it should…
The SAM Broadcaster encoders have failed on us several times on several different computers with different ISP providers, They even buffered while streaming to a local shoutcast server on the same PC. So it’s not someones connection at fault.
Even the old winamp DSP plugin encoders would suffer from the same problem.
“It’s a long standing BUG in badly coded software”
Pirate radio stations are nothing new they’ve been on the go since the 1960s with Radio Caroline …
I can still remember two Scunthorpe DJ’s attempt at a pirate radio station. It was called WLNG & Broadcast on 104.9 FM on Tuesday and Thursday nights in the late 1980s.
There’s very little information about WLNG on Google just a couple of mentions in articles.
Fast forward to the pirate stations of today. It would appear to all intents that Haringey & Hackney Councils in London are having a crackdown on Pirate stations using their properties to broadcast from.
I can see why they’ve had a crackdown some of those aerials in the video below are badly cobbled together. Have to admit they look like complete eyesores on the top of buildings as well.
We would soon notice if a pirate radio station had put an aerial on the roof of our building. Mind they’d have to gain access to it first.
Our message to the Pirate radio stations being hassled by these Council/Ofcom officials.
“Why be a Pirate station on an FM signal with very little reach?
When you could potentially reach far more people by streaming on the Internet”
Internet Radio is the future of broadcasting & it’s not all that difficult to start your own online radio station.
You just need a decent PC (1GB of RAM would do) decent broadband connection, decent microphone and mixing desk, along with decent streaming/automation software and a Shoutcast/Icecast server.
We know of a lot of radio stations on the Internet that have been on the go for years and as far as we’re aware they have never owned a licence to stream.
So it seems NO one really checks if your legit or not on the Internet.
In any case you could just move your server to another IP if the authorities were snooping on your broadcasts.
It’s amazing how popular streaming online radio has become in the last 10 years. So it’s little wonder there are so many pirate stations.
Hopefully you shouldn’t have to worry about your transmission equipment or aerials being seized by officials.
Unless you were broadcasting some really bad content!
Sexism/Homophobia/Racism/Islamophobia/Jihad are definite no go areas when it comes to broadcasting even if you’re a pirate broadcasting from a bedroom.
Remember at the end of the day no one wants to listen to crap.