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SHOUTCAST 2 HOSTING STREMING

Broadcast Live and effortlessly using SHOUTcast Hosting Streaming Service.. MediaCP, EverestPanel, SonicPanel…

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Choose hosting plan for you needs

ShoutCast 2 LITE

Launch scalable servers in minutes
2
.99

/month

ShoutCast 2 MIDI

Launch scalable servers in minutes
7
.99

/month

ShoutCast 2 MEDIUM

Launch scalable servers in minutes
9
.99

/month

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Advanced Radio Hosting Features

Broadcast Live and effortlessly using SHOUTcast Hosting Streaming Service.

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Powerful AutoDJ

Your station stays online 24×7 with our AutoDJ providing recurring event scheduling that starts on time, advanced jingles, and intuitive playlist builder..

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Modern HTML5 Player

Modern HTML5 player supports multiple mount points with no playing information including cover art presented in a beautifully designed player.

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Website Widgets

Easy copy and paste embed code is provided for a comprehensive set of widgets including the Player, Now Playing, Recently Played, Upcoming Schedule, Listener Map and more.

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24/7 Live Support

Our support is available 24/7/365 via email, Ticket or chat.

So what's in Radio Hosting?

Performance that exceeds your expectations and features you are about to fall in love with
  • LITE
  • MIDI
  • MEDIUM
Radio Hosting Features
LITE
Pure stream quality
Unlimited Number of Listeners
HTML5 Players with many features
One-click server startup
24/7 support
Overview statistics of listenership
Blocking listeners from foreign countries
Clear panels in many languages

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have any questions? We have your answers!

Radio hosting refers to the process of broadcasting audio content over the internet through a radio station or network. It involves the use of software that allows broadcasters to stream live audio, upload pre-recorded content, manage playlists, and interact with listeners in real-time. Radio hosts typically create and curate content, conduct interviews, make announcements, play music and engage with their audience through phone calls, social media or chat rooms. The goal of radio hosting is to entertain, inform, educate and engage listeners with high-quality audio content.

TV hosting refers to the process of presenting TV shows, documentaries, news programs, or other types of video content in front of a camera. TV hosts are responsible for introducing the show’s topic, interviewing guests, moderating panel discussions, and engaging with the audience. They may also provide commentary, narration, or analysis to help viewers better understand the content. TV hosts need to be knowledgeable about the subject matter, have excellent communication skills, and be comfortable speaking in front of the camera. They should also have strong research skills, be able to think on their feet, and be well-prepared for unexpected situations. Additionally, TV hosts may need to collaborate with producers, directors, and other crew members to ensure that the show runs smoothly and meets the intended goals and objectives.

Shoutcast and Icecast are both software applications that allow users to stream audio over the internet. However, there are some differences between the two:

1. Ownership – Shoutcast is owned by Radionomy Group while Icecast is open source software.

2. Compatibility – Shoutcast only works with its own proprietary server software, while Icecast can work with both its own server software and other compatible server software.

3. Protocol support – While both Shoutcast and Icecast support multiple streaming protocols, Shoutcast focuses primarily on the SHOUTcast protocol, while Icecast supports more protocols including HTTP, FTP, and MMS.

4. Community – Icecast has a more active community of developers and users since it is open source, and there are more tools and resources available for users.Ultimately, the choice between Shoutcast and Icecast comes down to personal preference, as both can be used to effectively stream audio over the internet.

Yes, you typically need a license to stream radio online. The specific license you need will depend on several factors, including the country you are broadcasting from, the platform you are using to stream your content, and the types of copyrighted material you are playing.

In the United States, for example, you may need to obtain a license from organizations like ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC in order to legally stream copyrighted music online. Similar licensing requirements exist in many other countries around the world.

It’s important to research the specific licensing requirements in your region and comply with them to ensure that you are operating legally and avoiding potential penalties or legal issues.

Yes, after contacting our support, we will show you how to modify the package according to your requirement.

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