Just been onto the Winamp forums and noticed a topic going on about Radionomy stopping all activities as from January 1st 2020.
I’ve been a Winamp user since 1999 and on the whole its been OK until recently.
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 issue was still stopping it from firing up correctly.
Last updated on: 18th August 2019
at 18:32 PM Europe/London
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 Shoutcast streams using RadioDJ free radio automation software.
Last updated on: 8th December 2019
at 09:58 AM Europe/London
Saw a post on the Winamp forums about Radionomy de-listing Shoutcast v1.x.x servers from the Shoutcast YP listings website.
Radionomy will now no longer allow Shoutcast DNAS v1.9.8 servers to list publicly on the Shoutcast directory.
“It also appears that Shoutcast v2 servers prior to v2.5.5 will NOT be listed on the directory either you need to upgrade your version of the DNAS”
Last updated on: 19th October 2019
at 14:29 PM Europe/London
We’ve recently noticed companies like Spacial Audio, RadioJar, Radio.co, DJSoft (Radioboss) offering packages that enable you to run a radio station in the cloud.
The question is are they are actually worth paying out for?
Last updated on: 1st November 2017
at 13:12 PM Europe/London