We’ve been accused of using Marketing Gimmicks when it comes to the posts on this website.

We’ve also been accused of making up the posts about the many problems that SAM Broadcaster Pro appears to suffer from…

We used SAM Broadcaster in its various guises for just over 10/11 years so we know all of it’s little quirks and annoying issues and there are lots of them.

SAM Broadcaster software has caused me to swear many times over the years. I don’t curse at RadioDJ!

SAM2Broadcaster

IF the software had been written properly to begin with and was a stable/reliable program then the blog posts about the different issues within SAM wouldn’t have needed to be written.

SAM Broadcaster Encoders Buffering

We’ve tried running SAM Broadcaster on several computers and different operating systems over the years.

With pretty much the same results everytime we’ve gone to run the program.

SAM Broadcaster would crash after a while. Sometimes taking the database with it, or it wouldn’t fire up after a reboot of the computer.

Which then required a complete reinstall of the program from scratch, It became tiresome having to constantly uninstall/reinstall the program.

We’re not constantly having to rebuild the database with RadioDJ. Whereas with SAM Broadcaster it was a weekly/monthly problem.

RadioDJ has a nifty database backup tool just incase the worst should happen, It backs up the entire MySQL database.

RadioDJ is really stable and works for months without needing a restart.

RadioDJ is so reliable and stable we don’t need to worry about leaving the program to its own devices. I was having to keep a constant watch over SAM to make sure it was still playing music.

How To Install RadioDJ

Spacial Audio really should concentrate on making SAM Broadcaster a BUG FREE program. Instead of accusing us of marketing gimmicks.

Otherwise they’re going to lose even more customers, Mind they’ve already lost a lot of sales to RadioDJ, That in itself speak volumes,

Who Knew? That people would prefer freely available radio automation software over badly coded software that costs LOTS of $$$

Last updated on: 23rd December 2019
at 15:34 PM Europe/London

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