[icecast] Re: The LPBN radio station.

adam adam at xs4all.nl
Tue Oct 29 01:42:04 PST 2002



what do want the tool to do?

you could look at a tool in development called the Frequency Clock ->
http://frequencyclock.montevideo.nl
its a dev server but you can get the idea, an example of the player output
by the system is linked from http://www.radioqualia.net

<p>adam

On Mon, 28 Oct 2002, Raymond wrote:

> Hello:
>
> I'm starting a radio station on the LPBN. The music will be from all
> local Los Angeles bands that have not signed onto record labels. I have
> three people that have been recording local bands for over 5 years -
> several times a week. The music will be offered for an Internet radio
> station. Some of the music will be offered as downloads. I'd like to
> offer the users the ability to make up their own playlists out of the
> music on the LPBN. The LPBN also will webcast live concerts and do
> interviews with musicians as well as have a video comedy mini-series
> about the life of rock bands.
>
> Does anyone know of a good management tool for an Internet radio station
> that uses Icecast?
>
> Raymond
>
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<p><p><p>Adam Hyde
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