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    I have a local station (www.z104radio.com) that streams on the net with either Real or Windows Media. They do not participate in shoutcast or podcast or anything. Just from there site. How would I go about streaming it from my 650?

    Thanks
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    Damn, I was hoping to catch it live
    Last edited by nikolasmor; 09/03/2005 at 01:51 PM.
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    It's just a theory of mine, but it might work. If you can use a program like Orb or Helix Server to create a Shoutcast stream from whatever audio's playing through your computer, maybe you could achieve this functionality. However, there'd probably be a slight delay, and you'd either have to constantly leave the Windows Media or Real stream running on your computer, or Telnet or SSH into it and start it yourself.
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    I've sometimes been lucky at copy/pasting the url from the streaming link off the website. If it's a .m3u or some other format that pTunes or even TCPMP can handle, then I would try pasting in or typing in the url.

    I'm investigating this now from some sites.

    Greg
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    My local radio station was the same way and I emailed them asking to feed Mp3 as well and the next day they did! They have 25 feeds available. Crazy, try asking it might.
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    Quote Originally Posted by siriusbliss
    I've sometimes been lucky at copy/pasting the url from the streaming link off the website. If it's a .m3u or some other format that pTunes or even TCPMP can handle, then I would try pasting in or typing in the url.

    I'm investigating this now from some sites.

    Greg
    I've noticed this as well. Did you find out anything?
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    Haven't found anything that can get it to work. I know that Real is not streamable on the Treo, and I know that .wmv's are playable on TCPMP, but not streaming wmp or real formats. I also think part of the problem is the Blazer browser.

    If I can get one of the players (pTunes, Real, TCPMP, etc.) to handle .pls (playlist) files, then we might have a chance.

    Haven't had time to take it any further, but will try to get to it later today.

    Greg
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    Quote Originally Posted by siriusbliss
    Haven't found anything that can get it to work. I know that Real is not streamable on the Treo, and I know that .wmv's are playable on TCPMP, but not streaming wmp or real formats. I also think part of the problem is the Blazer browser.

    If I can get one of the players (pTunes, Real, TCPMP, etc.) to handle .pls (playlist) files, then we might have a chance.

    Haven't had time to take it any further, but will try to get to it later today.

    Greg
    On your PC, try changing the .pls to .txt and open it in notepad. I've found that the url there sometimes can be manually loaded into ptunes pro.
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    Not really on the point, but I'm very very very upset to learn that Sirius satellite radio is going to be available on Sprint very soon. I love Sirius but I don't want Sprint. I hope agreement isn't exclusive and they eventually go to Cingular.
    Treo 750 (AT&T)
    Treo600->Treo650->Cing8525->Blackberry 8700c->Treo750->AT&T Tilt->Treo750->iPhone 3G
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    thanks Micael, that's the workaround!

    So far so good.

    Greg

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