Saw a post on the Winamp forums about Radionomy de-listing Shoutcast v1.x.x servers from the Shoutcast YP listings website.
There were rumours of a leaked Winamp Beta a few weeks ago now which now has forced Radionomy into launching an official beta of 5.8.
I was just messing around on Windows 10 just now with a playlist (m3u) file and wanted to test/play it in Winamp. I clicked on “Open with Winamp” & Winamp just froze on startup it couldn’t find the soundcard, I had to use task manager to kill the process. I tried again but the soundcard....
Seen a thread on the Shoutcast forums regarding the services Radionomy provide, It looks like the free Shoutcast RMO service is being phased out in favour of a new “Shoutcast for Business” service.
Its just a little over 4 years since AOL announced they would be closing Winamp and Shoutcast down. A lot has happened since that announcement 4 years ago. Although NOT to Winamp…
It’s been a long time since AOL announced Winamp and Shoutcast were to be discontinued way back in 2013. I’ve been watching the Winamp/Shoutcast forums closely ever since.
Running an online Internet radio station can be a fun thing to do. However running one radio station isn’t enough for some people they want to run more than 1 station. We know of someone running multiple Radionomy streams using RadioDJ free radio automation software.
Just seen another blog post from Spacial Audio going on about the reasons you should choose them or their software solutions. They start off the article with “Internet radio is most definitely on the up”