This is a common question we’ve seen on the RadioDJ forums.
Last updated on: January 15th, 2018
at 13:53 PM Europe/London
Someone tweeted me yesterday to say they were going to try RadioDJ free radio automation software.
Later on I received this tweet.
Marius the author of the software stated this before on the forums about playlists:
Last updated on: January 17th, 2018
at 10:34 AM Europe/London
Just been looking back on various posts on my Facebook page from around this time 3 years ago.
I realised it was around June 2014 when we were first made aware of MariaDB an alternative to Oracle MySQL
Since that first install 3 years ago things have ran smoothly. We’ve not had to rebuild the RadioDJ database from scratch once.
Last updated on: November 6th, 2017
at 11:39 AM Europe/London
Recently noticed a couple of users complaining they were having performance issues with the machine they were running RadioDJ on.
It’s since transpired that they had other programs/processes open when they had the problems.
Last updated on: January 27th, 2018
at 10:11 AM Europe/London
We’ve had grief again for promoting RadioDJ, and dispelling a few myths about it too.
It’s almost as if certain sections of the Internet radio crowd see RadioDJ as a threat?!
We also realise that certain people in the world of online radio don’t like this website/blog because of our posts about SAM Broadcaster and its many issues.
Last updated on: June 13th, 2017
at 11:59 AM Europe/London
Saw this post on a forum on a post about RadioDJ free radio automation software.
So Why does RadioDJ rely on a MYSQL database?
RadioDJ requires MySQL to run some backend functions such as Rotations/Playlists/Events and even listener requests.
The fact RadioDJ relies on a database for some of it’s functions is actually one of it’s PLUS points.
Last updated on: February 23rd, 2018
at 14:25 PM Europe/London