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     Out with the old way, and in with the new. The time has come to unveil a new way of streaming. Now everyone can have commercials in stream! That was not a misstatement.

     Still skeptical. Here are a few stations using the DJCMedia AIS System

     America's Country
     http://www.streamlicensing.com/directory/?sid=632&start=40&g=&e=&s=

     Big Mix Radio
      http://www.streamlicensing.com/directory/?sid=729&start=60&g=&e=&s=

     Acoustic Alternative
      http://www.streamlicensing.com/directory/?sid=42&start=30&g=&e=&s=

     KROB Radio
     http://www.streamlicensing.com/directory/index.cgi?sid=797&start=1&g=&e=0&s=KROB

      If your like most of us, and streaming cost keep going up, and the revenue coming in just isn't cutting it. It's time for a definite change =-) We now have permission, from Wes Simkins, the owner of DJCMedia , to start the enrollment process of new affiliates to join our AIS (Ad Insertion) program. You do not have to have any special expertise. We handle all the really technical stuff. So contact us today.

DJCMedia
Powered by Adswizz Technology
info@djcmedia.com
http://djcmedia.com
3715 Garden Rd.
Burlington, NC 27215


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Whether you are just starting out, or you have done internet radio for years. We all have questions, and we all learn something new each and every day. Let's face it, sometimes we just need answers. And over the years, there has really been no real place to turn, until now! Now you can ask questions to "real people" who have the answers.

If you think about it, we are all one big internet radio family. And families help one another. There is no fee to participate in the teleconference forum. Just bring yourself, and if you want, invite other broadcasters you may know.

Remember it's totally free!

 All you need to do is register at http://djcmedia.com/educational-teleconferences/. Then your information, to participate, will be emailed to you.


Coming Up:   July 7, 2013 at 1:00 PM EST

Topic:     Directory Submissions, Stream Quality and Licensing

Guest Speaker:  Marvin Glass (Owner / Founder Stream Licensing LLC)

Guest Speaker: Greg Ogonowski (Vice President Of Orban Development)
Greg architected the first high quality file and streaming audio encoder using standards-based MPEG-4 AAC/HE-AAC, Orban Opticodec-PC.





Kindest Regards,
Thomas






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I have for a long time done very well off of iTunes =-) But since the new player update, I have noticed a drop in listeners, windows media has remained strong =-) Anybody else having the same issue?

Thomas

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I know I made this mistake about 2 years ago, and I know there are people that are using their own personal station apps for Android, iPhones etc... So listeners can listen on the go, however the music industry considers this a separate license, therefore it is not covered under the umbrella license we use and have. I know Marvin  has mentioned the idea of having an app for Streamlicensing LLC, that one ,when rolled out ,would be legal. Another thing to note is that music videos , have a copyright as well, and cannot be used unless under a licensed domain to play copyright material, such as Streamlicensing LLC. Which means that if, Marvin can answer this one, we are allowed to use music videos, then they could only be watched off the custom launch pages through streamlicensing.com, not on the personal websites domains we use. At any rate, just good advice =-), "If in doubt check it out =-) Better safe than sorry =-)

Thomas

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Jingles - Voice Overs - Liners / Do you love the 80s?
« on: November 13, 2011, 12:25:31 PM »
I know I love the 80s! My voice guy does an 80s show, and it is FREE for your station. It a once a week show that can be aired as often as you like. Go to http://backtothe80s.info/airbacktothe80s.html . As I mentioned in another post he also does liners, voice overs etc... His name is Ray Gauthier pronounced (Go'shay).

Kindest Regards,
Thomas / All Pop Hits Radio

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Broadcasting Software / Professional (High End) Broadcast Automation
« on: October 31, 2011, 07:32:28 AM »
There are a lot of products for broadcasting, but here is a list of "pro" high end, broadcast software.  These are by no means cheap, but well worth the money 8)

RCS                                             http://www.rcsworks.com/en/products/default.aspx

BSI                                              http://www.bsiusa.com/software/simian_pro/overview.php

Arrakis                                         http://www.arrakis-systems.com/automation.html

Broadcast Electronics                  http://www.bdcast.com/products/studio-products/radio-automation-audiovault

Rivendellaudio  (Linux) [Free]     http://www.rivendellaudio.org/

Tune Tracker    (BeOS)                 http://www.tunetrackersystems.com/

OMT                                            http://www.imediatouch.com/

Scott Studios                            http://www.wideorbit.com/index.php/wideorbit-products/wo-automation-for-radio


Kindest Regards,
Thomas


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Jingles - Voice Overs - Liners / Highly recommended =-)
« on: September 22, 2011, 12:02:42 PM »
I just want to put in my two cents on this subject. A station identity is very important in commercial, terrestrial radio, and is just as important in streaming (internet broadcasting). They can also, if done by the wrong person be a liability, and drive your listeners away. You could do them yourself, as I recently tried to do, for me they did not drive listeners away, but personally , I am going back to my voice guy =-)  Most commercial radio stations pay a ton of money for their liners, jingles etc.. These not only make a transition from one song to another, smoother, but can help keep listeners from changing to another station. Now that being said my personal favorite is Ray Gauthier, pronounced (go-shay). His prices are reasonable and he listens to exactly what you want, and will keep redoing them until you are satisfied. So here is the website plug http://www.raygauthier.com/


Kindest Regards,
Thomas

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