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PUBLIC MARKS from garret with tag "internet radio"

2012

College Radio Day | October 2nd, 2012

College Radio Day: "The day we all come together". Links to lots of stations around the world.

2011

Radionomy | Listen to online radios, Create your own radio station for free

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"Radionomy essentially offers everyone a chance to set up their own Internet radio station free of charge and share a personalized radio show complete with music programming, jingles and commercials with friends and the rest of the world. Users get to tap into readily available music libraries and jingles and add custom sequences, interviews, reports and podcasts to the mix, enabling anyone to build a genuinely personalized radio show and broadcast it for free, worldwide. Radionomy takes care of the associated costs (including royalties), and shares advertising revenue with radio station creators, relative to the size of their audience." techcrunch

Internet Radio Stations | UK Directory with 1000's of Stations

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"Tune in and listen to thousands of internet radio stations. Search or browse for your favourite music genres and play the radio stations in your preferred player."

Mondays | Listen to the Complete Album, On-Demand, on KCRW.com

KCRW's Album Preview offers a chance to hear new album releases in their entirety each week. The series showcases artists, composers and film soundtracks that are favorite selections from KCRW DJ's. Every Monday we feature a new title that you can hear on-demand right here at KCRW.com/AlbumPreview. Check back each week to enjoy a new album streaming start-to-finish. [KCRW]

SHOUTcast Radio - Set Your Default Player Settings

Mac instructions for importing a stream to iTunes: 1. To play a station in iTunes, select: Play Shoutcast Stations in default media player 2. Find a station you want to import Steps for importing (if station doesn't open automatically): 1. click station link to download the file to your desktop 2. create a new playlist in iTunes 3. drag the file from step 1 to the iTunes playlist

2010

Dandelion Radio | Internet Radio Station (inspired by John Peel)

"named after Dandelion Records, the label Peel ran from 1969-1973...we want to serve the needs of the people who create and distribute new and interesting music and provide a unique listening experience, with the spirit of Peel running through all we do. We could also tell you about all the strange, challenging, new, old and different music we play. And the exclusive live recordings and sessions we regularly feature. Or about how we are the official new home of John Peel's legendary Festive Fifty - a broadcasting institution since 1976." We broadcast our monthly shows consecutively, in a schedule that loops 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The new schedule begins at midnight on the 1st of every month.

CBS RADIO | Streaming Internet Radio Player (500+ channels)

News, sports, talk, rock, pop, oldies, country, R&B, rap, or adult contemporary music. You can also access AOL Radio's 200+ stations and Yahoo! Music Radio's 150+ stations.

2009

Good Radio.org | Radio Station Map (plus Jukebox and Database versions)

"A Google map plotting all the best college and non-commercial radio stations using the actual GPS coordinates of their transmitters as listed in the dreaded FCC database. Right-click a station (the tower icon, not the label) to stream it directly, or left-click to see a bubble with a bunch of info including studio phone number, online archives, homepage, etc., and zoom all the way in to see the transmitter antenna."

chumby | college radio tuner (flash widget) | 84 stations

A tuner for college and community radio stations. The stations are from goodradio.org so should stay reasonably up to date. Touch the sides of the screen for next and previous channel. After some testing it seems that Widgets, since they must use Flash for streaming, aren't the most reliable way to stream radio. If you like this widget you might go to gizmoware.net/chumby for a version that runs off a thumbdrive and is much more reliable.

TruMix.com | Podcasts and Internet Radio | Directory

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"find, organize and listen to your favorite Internet radio and podcasts. Create an account and build out a playlist from our massive directories, all for free."

FoxyTunes - Yahoo! Media Player | plays music on web pages

"The Yahoo! Media Player is a revolutionary and easy to use music player that plays audio on any website. The latest version of FoxyTunes automatically detects web pages that have music on them, allows playing this music right there on the page with the Yahoo! Media Player, and conveniently control it from FoxyTunes." Benefits of the Yahoo! Media Player * Automatically finds all audio links on your page, turning your web page into a playlist * Ties all media from your web page into one experience, with one player and one play button * Floats on your web page, is available when you need it and gets out of your way when you don't

One Llama | Internet Radio Station: Search by artist & Play

Enter an artist and find stations that have recently played them. Listen to stations and save favorites. Also lists internet radio stations by genre, popularity and location.

Screamer Radio | Freeware internet radio player for Windows

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"You can download an app or run it from the Web, but either way, Screamer Radio accesses and lets you record Internet radio in a number of streaming audio formats (Shoutcast, Icecast, Ogg Vorbis, WMA, and AAC)." [PC Magazine]

Pirate Cat Radio 87.9fm | streaming online

"an unlicensed low powered community radio station, broadcasting on 87.9 megahertz, to both the San Francisco Bay Area and the Los Angeles basin."

2008

Grooveshark Lite | listen to music on demand

"Grooveshark is a web-based music application built for anyone on the internet to listen to music on-demand at no charge. Users have the ability to listen to single songs from the 7-million song catalog, save playlists, and embed both on other websites, blogs, and social media profiles via the Grooveshark Widget." [techcrunch]