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philg
2005-08-24, 13:13
Hi all,

I am just wondering if it is possible to find a list of internet radio stations that are available through the Squeezebox 2?

Thanks

Phil G

kdf
2005-08-24, 13:22
Quoting philg <philg.1uabyz (AT) no-mx (DOT) forums.slimdevices.com>:

> I am just wondering if it is possible to find a list of internet radio
> stations that are available through the Squeezebox 2?

shoutcast alone carries well over 1000 that are accessible. Do you want them
all listed here? :)

Then you have RadioIO, Live365, Live Music Archive (not really radio, but you
get the idea)

It is possible to compile a list, but it would require someone with a lot of
free time.

-kdf
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mherger
2005-08-24, 13:23
> I am just wondering if it is possible to find a list of internet radio
> stations that are available through the Squeezebox 2?

http://www.shoutcast.com
http://www.radioio.com
http://www.live365.com

And if you install AlienBBC quite a few of those Real and WMA Streams out
there.

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water
2005-08-24, 13:28
this is probably easily available all over the place, but i feel it'e in the spirit of this thread ;)

is it possible to add extra radio stations to alien & how does this compare/co-exist with sqeezenetwork?

:water

mherger
2005-08-24, 13:37
> is it possible to add extra radio stations to alien & how does this

There's a "Tune in" field in the help's internet radio section. Just paste
your stream's url and tune in. No need to add it to the AlienBBC's list of
streams.

> compare/co-exist with sqeezenetwork?

It doesn't. Real and WMA isn't available from the Squeezenetwork (and
please don't ask when it will be - this has been answered earlier today
:-)).

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philg
2005-08-25, 03:28
Thanks guys

I guess what I really meant was "could you POINT me to where I could get AN IDEA of the list of radio stations directly accessible from a stand-alone Squeezebox 2"

I think I have the answers now

Cheers