Radionomy + SHOUTcast?

Posted By James Davey on Jan 01 2014 03:45 AM

It has been nearly a month since AOL announced that it was discontinuing Winamp, a great loss to the internet radio community. But one thing was on everyones lips, what would SHOUTcast be doing since it was so tightly connected to Winamp?We found out a few weeks ago that the SHOUTcast crew are still...

Microsoft In Talks To Buy Shoutcast And Winamp From AOL

Posted By James Davey on Nov 21 2013 08:24 PM

Looks like the llama may not get off so easily after all. AOL yesterday announced that it was shutting down Winamp, media playing software for Windows and Android devices that it picked up through its 1999, $80 million acquisition of Nullsoft in 1999. But today Techcrunch has learned that AOL is tal...

New StreamGuys Interactive HTML5 Multimedia Player Breaks Compatibility Barriers

Posted By James Davey on Nov 21 2013 04:59 PM

StreamGuys announces the launch of its HTML5 player to help broadcasters and streaming services retain and increase audiences with a multiplatform approach, ensuring one player can accommodate revenue-supported live streams on iOS, Android and other mobile and desktop devices.StreamGuys’ new inter...

The end of an era: Winamp is shutting down

Posted By James Davey on Nov 20 2013 05:22 PM

It will be the end of an era for music lovers who got their sound fix on their computers in the late 1990s via a free music player called Winamp.Winamp this week announced that by Dec. 20, it will no longer make its player available for download and it would be shutting down its services."

SAM VIBE Now Supports SHOUTcast v1 and Icecast V2

Posted By James Davey on Nov 20 2013 05:05 AM

By popular demand, SAM VIBE now supports SHOUTcast v1 and Icecast v2 streaming servers! The latest version also allows for easier station management thanks to the centralized management console where you can apply permissions to multiple DJ accounts, upgrade your services, customize your player...

Music Discovery Still Dominated By Traditional Radio

Posted By James Davey on Nov 17 2013 12:00 AM

Even though technology is rapidly changing the way consumers listen to radio, traditional tune-in remains strong and vibrant. Tech advances like satellite stations and online streaming services have certainly gained the spotlight in recent years, but traditional radio continues to attract the bigges...

Hands Off NSA; Wavestreaming Backup Lets You Save Photos, Videos and More to the Cloud

Posted By James Davey on Nov 08 2013 06:19 AM

Every year a staggering 52% of people lose their personal photos and documents. In many cases these are personal items that are impossible to replace.Always keep to innovate, Internet Radio pioneers Wavestreaming release Backup, a synchronising service which lets people easily sync and save their fa...

Streamit in-store audio players now compatible with SAM Vibe

Posted By James Davey on Nov 04 2013 06:01 AM

Streamit and Spacial Audio announced today that SAM VIBE is now fully compatible with the Streamit Lisa series in-store audio players.SAM VIBE is Spacial Audio’s first-in-class, cloud-based broadcasting solution. Streamit is one of the leading developers of devices for playing in-store audio from ...

RadioDJ v. Released

Posted By James Davey on Nov 02 2013 08:10 AM

RadioDJ, the free fully featured radio automation package has just released a new update to add some extra improvements and bug fixes. Changes List:Improved directory import speed. Faster checking for already imported tracks added [NEW]Tracks that are skipped from import in directory import wil...

RadioBOSS 5.0 Beta Released

Posted By James Davey on Nov 02 2013 07:58 AM

RadioBOSS 5.0 has been released in an open Beta today. It includes a massive array of new features, bug fixes and improvements. RadioBOSS makes it easy and fast to convert and manage audio assets, build playlists with advertising support, hourly blocks, rotations, crossfading, automatic levelli...