Internet radio is typically listened to on a standard home PC or similar device, through an embedded player program located on the respective station’s website. In recent years, dedicated devices that resemble and offer the listener a similar experience to a traditional radio receiver have arrived on the market.
Internet radio is sometimes referred to as web, net or streaming radio. It’s a form of audio broadcasting over the medium of the internet as opposed to terrestrial radio which uses land based transmitters. Internet radio shouldn’t be confused with podcasting which involves downloading prerecorded content after the fact. Many… Read more »
The following change notification message was posted on the SHOUTcast forum at winamp.com today. Clearly quite a big change is being implemented here. One which appears to be driven by the need to make using the directory easier for end users. Dear SHOUTcast Broadcasters, In an effort to better… Read more »