Radio & Music Forum 2009 Coverage

Posted By Tim @ on Mar 27 2009 04:05 PM

The good and the great of the radio and music industries came face to face today at The Radio & Music Forum 2009. Hosted and organised by the Radio Academy in London UK, the forum was a one-day conference for everyone interested in how music and radio work to support one another, particularly in the...

Voice Artists Shine in 3rd Annual Voicey Awards

Posted By James on Mar 27 2009 04:49 AM

Voice actors around the world are taking note of news hot off the press, released on’s blog, through an article indicating who the winners are of the industry’s coveted Voicey Awards. Voice overs are spoken word recordings performed by voice actors, perhaps better known to the world a...

JOE fm - New National fm Station in Belgium

Posted By James on Mar 27 2009 04:25 AM

Business is important, and if shareholders aren't happy with the results, its about time to start a new project. In Belgium a mediacompany or mediaholding can have maximum 2 FM radio licences. The Roularta Media Group, who is shareholder to the VMMa who is owner of the commercial TV networks VTM, ...

StationEngine - SHOUTcast Broadcaster Tools

Posted By James on Mar 27 2009 04:22 AM

A new site has come up into the webcasting market. StationEngine is aimed at providing innovative and useful webcasting tools free for all internet broadcasters. They are working in close partnership with one of Broadcasting World's most trusted member and company, KWD Services Inc. The team accepts...

Sp0rky Shapeup

Posted By James on Mar 27 2009 03:59 AM

The popular sp0rky n00b shoutcast information site has had a makeover. This site aiming at helping others out in setting up their shoutcast servers, remote servers and the famous nak error. Recently Sp0rky N00b has had a simple makeover, using the colors of SHOUTcast, white and gold/orange/yellow. ...

I Wanna Broadcast, But How ?

Posted By GKREurope on Mar 27 2009 12:00 AM

If you are new to broadcasting I guess you have to figure out first of all what you are willing to do. I would recommend to make a google search and try to find out what different types of stream software is used. Download some trials and check out what is possible or not ... By doing that you g...

The Digital Radio Transition

Posted By on Mar 21 2009 12:00 AM

Digital radio is to normal radio what digital television is to your standard analog TV. Digital radio works by turning both sound and data into digital signals at transmission, and then decoding them at the other end using digital radio receivers. The result is CD-quality sound output. And while AM/...

Compare: Digital Radio Products

Posted By James on Mar 21 2009 12:00 AM

Digital radio products. We are talking products like the squeezebox, chumby and the Air. But also phones like the Nokia N-Gage and the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. These are all devices that enable you to listen to internet radio from practicly anywhere! Here we are comparing a few digital radio ...

PAL Scripts. What Are They?

Posted By on Mar 21 2009 12:00 AM

PAL is short for Playlist Automation Language and was developed to give station owners full power over their music rotation. The goal was that for anything a station playlist programmer could dream up - PAL would be able to achieve it. Today hundreds of SAM Broadcaster users use the power of PAL to ...

Stream Hosts Guide

Posted By on Mar 18 2009 12:00 AM

The BW stream host section is now better than ever, and now is the time to get your host at its peak in our system. We have introduced a "subscribe" system in our review section. This means your users and customers have to sign up to our site and click the green + on your page to subscribe to your h...


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