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I need your guys help, I have set up a internet radio station and I need to check that is going out and just how many listeners I can handle. The only bad things is you will need to install this player Radio Destiny Player. The reason I chose this service cause it is the most simple and maybe later I will set up a shoutcast station.

Thanks for your help.

The station names is S.C.P. Presents Circulatory Motion in the Electronica

genre in the station guide in the player.

Here is a link to the web player web player without the install. I tried it and it keeps timing out on me but maybe one of you will have better luck.

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I set up a Shoutcast stream instead of using that service. It was a ease of use thing when I should of spent the extra time setting up the somewhat more frustrating but better service.

Thanks again for trying.

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Well I finally solved my radio problems with this service youStream.fm. They offer a web address(Circulatory) that never changes and it gives me a somewhat customized site. They host the stream for free on their server with a 500 listener cap (64kbps stereo stream) that can be upped if need arises. This works well for me cause I would never be able to handle the load on my machine and what's a few ads that you will only see for a minute. The downside is that you will have to use the in page player (WMP) cause the ads pay for the service, but it now becomes universal for everyone to tune in with no foreseeable problems.

I hope that you all will take the time to tune in and support the Djs and Artist that will be featured in the broadcast.

Much Peace to you all,

James Wiliam

Space Cow Productions.

S.C.P. Presents Circulatory Motion Radio

Space Cow Productions Blog

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I'll check it out after work.

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Thanks, I had to switch to their other service cause I was having problems with buffering on the other site.

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