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  1. #61  
    Where there is a will... there is a way!!!

    Can you save WMA streaming content in a playlist?

    If so, set up a shoutcast server to transmit audio. Control the audio content using Salling clicker remote control software. The remote control program also works via Wifi, so it should work with any IP to control Windows Media.

    When away, simply fire up Salling clicker, bring up your streaming playlist, and select the station you want... Then go to Pocket Tunes Deluxe and tune in to your private station and enjoy....

    What do you think Vik Jr?
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    I got the shoutcast server working and control media via my Treo. haven't figured out how to Stream Sirius via Windows Media Player but XM works via winamp and podcasts via itunes.

    I guess sirius is not too important... they do not stream Premium channels over the internet. If anyone knows though, please post a how-to.
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    I commend your efforts but I think Pocket Tunes like they promised needs to implement this ability.
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    Normsoft has posted a nice tip on how to load up a selection of internet audio stations into a playlist.

    Here's a copy of the note sent to the ptunes listserv
    Hello all,

    I just wanted to let people know that I added a Knowledge Base article
    on how to make a playlist that contains a list of Internet Audio
    stations.

    So you can make playlists that contain your favorite stations, or a
    bunch of stations of the same genre or anything you'd like.

    The link is here: http://www.normsoft.com/kb/idx/0/128/article/

    The nice thing about this is that you can treat it pretty much like
    any other playlist. Go to the Pocket Tunes menu, select Actions, then
    Manage Playlists and select the playlist with the streams and Pocket
    Tunes will load up the streams in the song list screen. You can then
    skip back and forth to the different streams like you would skip
    between songs. And it's a nice way to organize your stations.

    Take care,
    Dave
    NormSoft, Inc.
    www.normsoft.com
  5. #65  
    Great info about the playlists. I'm gonna try that out...
  6. #66  
    I agree, this is great info about the playlists. It allows having playlists of different categories of broadcasts, i.e., talk radio playlist, classical music playlist...
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    it's great BUT........... how about a little WMA streaming Normsoft.
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    #69  
    Quote Originally Posted by MedicWill
    Great info about the playlists. I'm gonna try that out...
    My only gripe is that in the playlist panel it displays the url only. I don't necessarily remember which station has the url - "http://abcrad.ic.llnwd.net/stream/abcrad_wls_lo". It would be nice if we could tag the url with a editable text string such as "WSL 890AM - Chicago, IL".
  10. #70  
    I agree, especially since the 'M3U' file has that info.
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    I have another request to go along with New York sports radio and Jim Rome. I'm wondering if anyone knows of a shoutcast stream for NPR that is in the central time zone. I live in Oklahoma so I listen to NPR on the way to work, then when I get to work I want to listen somemore... but the only NPR stations I have are on the east coast (new york, boston, detroit, etc.) or I have one in Seattle. I'd like to have one where I don't miss an hour of programming once I get to work.
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    anyone with cingular unlimited media net run streams for a long time? any problems with this?
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    I like OTR broadcasts, so I connect up to classicradioonline. Since they're mono recordings, they seem to handle lower bandwidth without much stuttering.

    I signed up for their download program for a donation of $5. Now, I listen from my desk at work, download programs onto my SD card for when I don't have connections, and listen via shoutcast when I do.

    http://classicradioonline.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nachtswerg
    I like OTR broadcasts, so I connect up to classicradioonline. Since they're mono recordings, they seem to handle lower bandwidth without much stuttering.

    I signed up for their download program for a donation of $5. Now, I listen from my desk at work, download programs onto my SD card for when I don't have connections, and listen via shoutcast when I do.

    http://classicradioonline.com
    Also check out http://www.otr.com/ and specifically http://www.otr.com/onairotr.shtml - which is the schedule with links to live radio broadcast streams of OTR. Its free. I tune in to WNAR alot via that schedule.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amazinmetboy
    I have another request to go along with New York sports radio and Jim Rome. I'm wondering if anyone knows of a shoutcast stream for NPR that is in the central time zone. I live in Oklahoma so I listen to NPR on the way to work, then when I get to work I want to listen somemore... but the only NPR stations I have are on the east coast (new york, boston, detroit, etc.) or I have one in Seattle. I'd like to have one where I don't miss an hour of programming once I get to work.
    Follow this link:

    http://www.live-radio.net/SearchResu...n=Li&Genre=NPR

    and select an NPR affliate in your time zone. Theres like 5 pages or so of stations listed.

    And this link should take you to the NPR station out of Tulsa, OK. -
    http://www.live-radio.net/redirfeed.php3?Id=2846335
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    Great link Thanks so much Mic. I have another one I'd love to find. It seems that Tony Kornheiser is nolonger on ESPN Radio... so the Indy 950 doesn't work to listen to his show. I love him and Dan Patrick (Patrick I can get on 950). Anyone know a way through Live365 or Shoutcast type streams that I can listen to Tony K's show? I found a stations that broadcasts using their own player you have to signon with a uswername/password so that doesn't work for pocket tunes. Anyone else a Tony K Fan?
  17. #77  
    Quote Originally Posted by amazinmetboy
    How about Jim Rome? I used to enjoy his show every now and then here in Oklahoma City before the sports talk station dropped it.
    Has anyone found a station that will stream Jim Rome?
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    Looking at his show it seems like he's REALLY wanting to make sure he makes the $$$$ off his show. Every stream/replay etc he offers is pay-per-listen only. I'd rater found Tony K... I need a way to listen to his on pocket-tunes. Even if it was delayed or whatever... that would be GREAT!
  19. #79  
    Yeah, I saw that his site charges for streaming his show. I just figured that with so many local affiliates that one of them may have had streaming access.
    Tony K is OK, so I would listen to him as well if he was availabe, but I'm a bigger listener of Jim Rome.
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    True. Are there any FoxSportsRadio affiliates available through pockettunes? I haaven't been able to find one.
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