To Request a song, select the Our Place Playlist & Requests in the Now Playing area at bottom of page. According to the DMCA, internet radio cannot specify a time a request plays nor can the request be aired less than one hour from selection. Please read the DMCA from the tab in the Main Menu.
Listen - How To
In order to listen to the radio, click on the LISTEN Menu item or any link on the page that takes you to the Radio.
You will be redirected to the Radio at LoudCity, which is the licensing provider. This is REQUIRED by the rules and
regulations of the licensing agent.
1. Depending on your Browser, an Embedded Media Player should "auto" start to play
2. Then, many users select Web Player to get the pop up player.
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1. If you wish to use your own media player, there are five (5) icons at the top of the screen.
Windows Media Player, Winamp, Web Player, Real Player. These are MP3 streams.
2. The Icons represent "FILES" that contain the connection information to the radio stream. Web Player starts a pop up web page player. For all others, it is BEST to right click
on the icon of choice (Windows Media Player, Winamp, etc.) and do a SAVE AS to your computer.
3. Once saved on your computer, clicking on that "FILE" will automatically open your Media Player of choice.
This assumes that your player is setup correctly to recognize the file type.
On Winamp, VLC, or Windows Media Player if you select FILE then OPEN URL, FILE then PLAY URL, or FILE the OPEN NETWORK LOCATION you will find a "window" for the server address. If the above files can POINT to more than one server, you will be able to expand that window possibly by clicking on the little down arrow in the text box. You will sometime see multiple addresses that look like http://126.96.36.199:8212/. They are the same stream, but on different servers. If one server is too full you should be automatically connected to the other server. If not, you may select the server in this manner.
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Left click on the icon you wish to have and do a Save As to your computer. Open the file in an editor like Notepad or Wordpad.
Inside you will find the network address of the media server like http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:xxxx/. You may select that with the mouse and do a CUT, then do one of the following:
In VLC player select FILE then OPEN NETWORK STREAM. Then paste the address into that window.
In Windows Media Player select FILE then OPEN URL and paste address in that Window.
In Winamp select FILE and OPEN URL and paste address in that window.
Most players remember these selections in HISTORY, so the next time you can simple go to the address window and click on the little down arrow. This will expand to show you a "list" of all the addresses you may connect to.
It is possible to do an Open Url or Open Network Stream as described above, but enter the addresses by hand: http://188.8.131.52:8212/ is the MP3 stream and http://184.108.40.206:8210/ is the aac stream
It is up to the user to learn how their player works and how to capture the stream they wish to use.
aac+ is a high quality sound that uses less bandwidth. If you use aac+ it should work with Winamp, Windows Media Player version 12, VLC, and most Apple Products.