How does it work?
Want to create an internet radio station? And to run all this on our company’s server, through a pleasant web interface? Then here is the ideal solution.
The main features of the web interface and the streaming server are:
– play mp3, m4a, aac files
– playlists, timed playlists, random playlists, etc.
– auto DJ, with mixing, audio level compression and normalization
– external Live DJ privileges, connecting to the live show remotely with automatic mixing in
– web DJ desk with 2 players, microphone and mixer
– several stream bitrates can be set (eg 192K for good quality, 64K for poor mobile connections, etc.)
- embeddable HTML5 web audio player with cover art
- Rich Media Management: Upload songs, edit metadata, preview songs and organize music into folders from your browser.
- Playlists: Add music to standard-rotation playlists (in sequential or shuffled playback order) or schedule a playlist to play at a scheduled time, or once per x songs/minutes/etc.
- Live DJs: Set up individual DJ/streamer accounts and see who’s currently streaming from your station’s profile page.
- Web DJ: Broadcast live directly from your browser, with no extra software needed, with AzuraCast’s built-in Web DJ tool.
- Public Pages: AzuraCast includes embeddable public pages that you can integrate into your existing web page or use as the basis for your own customized player.
- Listener Requests: Let your listeners request specific songs from your playlists, both via an API and a simple public-facing listener page.
- Remote Relays: Broadcast your radio signal (including live DJs) to any remote server running Icecast or SHOUTcast.
- Web Hooks: Integrate your station with Slack, Discord, TuneIn, Twitter and more by setting up web hooks that connect to third-party services.
- Detailed Analytics and Reports: Keep track of every aspect of your station’s listeners over time. View reports of each song’s impact on your listener count. You can also generate a report that’s compatible with SoundExchange for US web radio royalties.