09-08-2018, 09:24 AM
Do you have aspirations to be a radio
broadcaster? Would you like to share your
favorite tunes interspersed with a few words as
to why you like them, or share other tidbits of
wisdom on the airwaves?
While you can start your own TV channel with YouTube, or launch
a podcast and make it available on platforms
like iTunes or Audioboom, setting up an actual
Internet radio station is a bit tougher.
In fact, it could be argued that it might be
slightly easier to turn a Raspberry Pi into an FM
transmitter and broadcast that way (although be
aware it may be illegal to do so in your
However, we’re going to put all of that to one
side and look at how you can start your own
Internet radio station. We’ll take a look at the
equipment you need, the online services you
should sign up with, how to deal with playing
music legally, and how to attract listeners.
Once you’ve reached the end, you should be
able to set up and run your own Internet radio
station, perhaps leaving it running with minimum
involvement other than a few occasional tweaks
and recording the odd new link every now and
What You’ll Need to Get Started
Airtime is everything you need to broadcast
streaming radio on the web.
Airtime Pro internet radio station broadcasting
software features advanced automation, DJ
management, seamless transitions between live
and scheduled programming, and social media
widgets. Running and promoting an online radio
station with Airtime Pro is now easier than ever
With Airtime Pro doing the heavy lifting, you’ll be
able to focus on what you do best: creating
truly professional radio content.
What makes Airtime Pro the best internet radio solution?
Audio files are your building blocks for playlists,
and Airtime supports MP3, Ogg, WAV, FLAC
and AAC formats. Simply drag and drop from
the Airtime Media Library to create playlists from
which to construct shows.
With our intelligent
library, you’ll always be able to find what you’re
looking for quickly and easily. See more Airtime
Pro features below.
Much requested and now designed by the
community, Airtime’s smart blocks offer you a
great way to speed up your programming.
Specify criteria (like genre or last played) and
Airtime will populate that block randomly
according to your conditions, allowing you to
focus more on your prime time content.
Airtime allows you to drag-and-drop audio files
from your library into playlists. Playlists are the
building blocks of shows. Once made, they stay
in your library for reuse. Our visual cue editor
allows you to quickly edit any silence off the
end of tracks, ensuring you’re always on the
Our in browser preview lets you cue up
your content beforehand, leaving no room for
•Intuitive drag and drop interface
•Visual control of cue in/out and fade in/out
points for tracks and playlists
•Preview tracks and edit metadata in-
•Download option for easier sharing and
•Automatic cut-off for shows longer than
Our intuitive design means just about anyone
can quickly navigate the schedule. View it by
week, month or day to focus in on the finer
details of your programming.
color coded shows let DJs find their content
quickly. That means more time for planning
•Easy to use interface similar to Google Calendar
•Drag and drop shows to new time slots
•Day, week and month views
•Daily, weekly, bi-weekly and monthly repeat settings
•Color-coded content aids identification
Show Linking and Repeating
Show linking allows you to create repeating shows that share the same template.
By creating a smart block in one show and linking
it, it will be dynamically generated every time.
This is great for things like overnights where
you might not want to program specific content
but you certainly don’t want to go off air.
and many more, you can refer to their official
website to see more amazing features are you
now convinced ??