Welcome and thank you for using LiveWebDJ. Feel free to discuss any topic you'd like.
Other broadcasters just like yourself as well as the LiveWebDJ staff are active.
I would first check your Shoutcast server (your stream host) to make sure it is up and running. That's the usual cause.
Has anyone experienced the internal "livewebdj" encoder to stop working,if so how do i resolve this issue?
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how do i get the"livewebdj" software?
LiveWebDJ is "in the cloud" so you upload your tracks and place them onto playlists within LiveWebDJ, and LiveWebDJ automates your station 24/7 for you, without the need of tying up a computer on your end to maintain the broadcast. Having said that, LiveWebDJ also allows you to broadcast remotely from your location, all you need is a Shoutcast compatible encoder to send the audio feed to us, or use software such as "SAM Broadcaster" or "Station Playlist Studio" which either have built in encoders that can send the audio feed to us.
See this video regarding remote broadcasting with LiveWebDJ:
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are looking to relaunch a university radio station with a web-based format in which broadcasts may be made remotely.
Does your live streaming service cover that?
Also, if you have worked with other college radio stations please let me know of comparable solutions.
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