[Icecast] Logging tracks played and listener stats

Richard Elen relen at brideswell.com
Thu Mar 7 15:10:24 UTC 2019

Hi, Jean-Luc,

Thanks for the information. We're really looking to implement a system 
ourselves rather than use a third-party service. However, if you can 
deliver SoundExchange-compatible, US-specific reports with the fields 
I've noted in my OP (it isn't obvious from the web site) then your 
service would certainly be a possibility we would bear in mind.


--Richard E

On 07-Mar-19 12:57, Jean-Luc Halleux wrote:
> Hi Richard,
> We parse streaming server log files and generate audience stats and 
> royalty reports in various formats. You can submit a log file at 
> https://www.streamanalyst.com/free-account/ for a free evaluation. 
> This is a commercial service. We charge 148 euros (about US$167.00) 
> for a one-year subscription to small broadcasters.
> Best regards,
> Jean-Luc
> On jeudi 7 mars 2019 at 11:28 AM, Richard G Elen 
> <relen at brideswell.com> wrote:
>     Hi there...
>     I would appreciate a pointer to the appropriate documentation to
>     help us
>     build a database system to create our royalty reports for
>     SoundExchange
>     in the US from activity on our Icecast server.
>     I want to log artist and title from the metadata, plus the number of
>     times a track has been played and when, and how many listeners in
>     the US
>     heard each play (ie the total "Performances", plays x listeners).
>     I also
>     want to log the total listening hours in the US.
>     I am sure plenty of people have done this sort of work before and I
>     would very much appreciate some direction, either by pointing at
>     existing work we can use, existing systems, appropriate
>     documentation,
>     or suitable approaches.
>     Many thanks in advance!
>     --Richard E
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