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.
Recently I was made aware of a company on Social Media offering Shoutcast packages.
So I went and had a look at the website.
While I was greeted with a very smart looking website when I actually got to the price plans I saw their services came with “unlimited” listener slots
A user on the RadioDJ forums was asking for help setting up his Shoutcast encoder so I thought I would do a basic post about how you set one up.
Most encoding software tends to be similar to setup and run.
Most of the encoding programs rely on several bits of information in order for you to connect to Shoutcast or Icecast
Last updated on: 11th March 2018
at 09:50 AM Europe/London
Question that seems to get asked a lot is how people actually go about running more than 1 copy of RadioDJ on the same PC.
Its NOT as long winded as you might think.
Step1: Download RadioDJ and Install to different folders on the C:\ drive (outside of the programs folder) & give each folder full administrator privileges
Last updated on: 1st May 2018
at 10:37 AM Europe/London
Have you ever wanted to be a DJ on the Internet?
Its really easy to start your own Internet radio station online plus it may not have to cost you lots of $$$
There are several free radio programs out there from music automation software to encoding/streaming software.
One of the best free pieces of software for starting your own online webradio station is RadioDJ
Last updated on: 4th May 2018
at 12:57 PM Europe/London