Radionomy: Urgent Warning Upgrade NOW!

4.1 / 5 ( 17 votes ) Radionomy may have yet to act on last year’s threat of de-listing SHOUTcast DNAS version 1.x broadcasters from their YP2 directory following stark warnings. However they recently sent another rather stern upgrade notice aimed at members of their revenue generation program, encouraging them… Read more »

Radionomy have released SHOUTcast DNAS version 2.5.1 (Build 724)

4.5 / 5 ( 13 votes ) Radionomy have released an update to their internet radio streaming software.  This new version comes 4 months after the release of SHOUTcast DNAS version 2.5.1 (Build 723) and is made up of a small number of bug fixes and slight changes. This new… Read more »

SHOUTcast are offering free HTML5 radio player pages to broadcasters now

4.2 / 5 ( 8 votes ) ShoutCast recently started offering a free HTML5 radio player to broadcasters in an effort to make it even easier for them to make their streams accessible to listeners using web browers. The offer is available to so called Revenue Partners and all other… Read more »

Radionomy have released ShoutCast DNAS version 2.5.1 (Build 723)

4.4 / 5 ( 12 votes ) Radionomy have released an update to their internet radio streaming software package ShoutCast.  This new version comes 1 1/2 years after version 2.4.7 (Build 256) was made available on 31st March 2015 and seems to focus on the monetization of stations using the… Read more »

How to upgrade to ShoutCast version 2

4.7 / 5 ( 7 votes ) Given it’s age, lack of support and Radionomy’s recent warning to broadcasters about their plans to de-list ShoutCast D.N.A.S versions 1.9.8 and below from their directory of internet radio stations. The following is a straight forward guide to upgrading to version 2.x from… Read more »

Radionomy warns DNAS versions 1.9.8 and below will soon be delisted from their Directory

4.3 / 5 ( 3 votes ) A message has appeared on Radionomy’s Shoutcast directory of internet radio stations warning that broadcasters should upgrade to the latest version of their software as soon as possible or face de-listing oblivion. Historically broadcasters have been reluctant to upgrade from the company’s D.N.A.S… Read more »

24bit96 company profile

4.5 / 5 ( 4 votes ) This is a company profile for Background information: Company name: 24bit96 Launch date: August 2014 Please provide a detailed description of your product(s) and what they do? 24bit96 is all about USB high fidelity and is a perfect site for DIY USB… Read more »

Wohooo Networks company profile

4.3 / 5 ( 6 votes ) This is a company profile for internet radio hosting provider Wohooo Networks. A company based in Mauritius which has been in business for 3 years. Background information: Company name: Wohooo Networks Launch date: August 2012. Network status page: Streaming services available: We… Read more »

Centova Cast a year in review

4.3 / 5 ( 20 votes ) Centova Cast is well known as the prevalent control panel for internet radio broadcasters, re-sellers and service providers. The software is well written, robust and reasonably bug free. It has support for Icecast and Shoutcast streaming servers, as a well a number of… Read more »

Azoto Streaming Solutions company profile

This is a company profile for internet radio hosting provider Azoto Streaming Solutions. A company based in Italy which has been in business for 6 years. Background information: Company name: Azoto Streaming Solutions Launch date: April 2009. Network status page: Approximate number of customers: 500+ Streaming services available: Shoutcast… Read more »

Hippynet company profile

This is a company profile for internet radio hosting provider Hippynet. A company based in London, England which has been in business for 15 years. Background information: Company name: Hippynet Launch date: April 2000. Network status page: Underlying hosting provider: Our hardware is located in the Linix Data Centre… Read more »

A guide to setting up an internet radio station

5 / 5 ( 2 votes ) Here is a guide to building an internet radio station. 1. Station themes. The first question is to ask yourself what do I want to broadcast? Whether it’s talk, music, noise or something else entirely, you’ll need to consider what your aim is…. Read more »

What difference is there between Shoutcast and Icecast?

3.5 / 5 ( 2 votes ) You really have to options when it comes to choosing a steaming audio server solution, Shoutcast and Icecast. Now from a technical standpoint there’s a great deal of similarity between the two, however there are reasons to chose one over the other as… Read more »

Important Changes to Genre Listings on SHOUTcast

4.5 / 5 ( 11 votes ) The following change notification message was posted on the SHOUTcast forum at 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… Read more »