A station owner posted a feature request on the RadioDJ forums asking for a GPIO system inclusion in the software.
Nothing wrong in that I hear you say…
Yes indeed there was nothing wrong with the suggestion other users suggest some great features for the software.
Marius the author of RadioDJ replied with this:
We guess this means Commercial radio stations wanting “professional” features included in future versions of RadioDJ will have to pay for those extra features.
Why shouldn’t station owners who make a profit from their station pay $$$ for added features?
If Marius wants to start charging for certain features/plugins in RadioDJ then that’s his decision. After all he’s kept the program free for the hobby broadcasters for a long time.
Us hobby broadcasters will still be able to download the FREE version to play around with (If users don’t want to pay for the pro version)
When we said in previous blog posts about commercial radio stations using RadioDJ we weren’t joking!
“We know of a few professional FM stations who use RadioDJ as their play out system. It’s nice that bigger stations are starting to take notice of the program”
They’ve obviously seen the potential in the software.
It appears that RadioDJ is more popular than ever at the moment, With just over 220,000 downloads of v1.8.2.
We guess that’s because online radio station owners are trying to save what cash they can at the moment. Due to rising costs from Licensing authorities.
We’re really happy that Marius stated the normal version of RadioDJ will still be available for free.
After all his original aim was to provide decent radio automation software for those who couldn’t afford big bucks for other software.
The program being free is one of the reasons we like the software so much.
If you haven’t discovered RadioDJ yet then what are you waiting for?
Its amazing what great radio software can do for your station and Radio DJ does what it’s supposed to and that’s automate music/jingles/promos & streams.
We’ve never known a piece of software to be so amazing at what it does… Thank you Marius!
We look forward to see what features you come up with for the commercial stations.
Last updated on: 14th August 2019
at 11:05 AM Europe/London