Monthly Archives: November 2013

Power outages and internet problems solved for streaming stations

Today I added a new tool to the Radionomy platform for professional stations. Tool lets them upload a long MP3 file which will automatically play in case the connection to their studio is lost. This is a neat feature which keeps listeners from being booted if the stream goes down for a moment or even [...]

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Radionomy for Broadcasters Video!

Here’s the launch for Radionomy For Broadcasters, the streaming product aimed at professional broadcasters, webcasters, and radio stations in the US. For more info see www.RadionomyForBroadcasters.com This was in October 2013 at the NAB Radio Show convention in front of about 300 people. The show was regarding “Connected Cars”. The launch includes a video of [...]

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Knowing Where People Are Listening

The amazing thing about internet radio is that you know exactly who is listening – which is totally different from traditional radio. The Radionomy For Broadcasters solution is a really neat thing for radio people since it lets you see instantly if you’re playing a dud song, or if you have alot of listeners in [...]

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So What is Radionomy For Broadcasters?

Radionomy is a new streaming solution that lets radio stations (internet or “terrestrial” AM/FM eliminate streaming costs. How does it work? We provide them with unlimited streams at any standard bitrate, detailed analytics, global and local audience monetization, and all of this with no costs or fees. In return for using our platform, Radionomy also [...]

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