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Ekaika 07-21-2009 01:29 AM

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Originally Posted by Colest (Post 383995)
I tried to tune in today and it didn't load for me. The forums on the emuradio.net site didn't load for me either. Ekaika if you could PM me I would very much be interested in DJin for EmuRadio and can talk about it in detail.

It would be easier and appreciated if you would initiate the PM. I'm kinda bogged down.

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Originally Posted by Frenzyfreeze (Post 384063)
Yummy. Radios probably taste pretty darn good.

Hmm?

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Originally Posted by Frenzyfreeze (Post 384148)
I actually have a valid question (that's not completely me just acting like a jackass). What if I got a copy of my bands cd and sent it to the radio? :D That'd be one fricken awesome way to get out there and find some fans. We're alternative rock so if it doesn't fit well...alrighty.

I suppose you could. We're not a large group, but we have a pretty dedicated listener base. Not sure how helpful it would be for ya :)

Frenzyfreeze 07-23-2009 12:35 AM

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Originally Posted by Ekaika (Post 384637)
It would be easier and appreciated if you would initiate the PM. I'm kinda bogged down.



Hmm?



I suppose you could. We're not a large group, but we have a pretty dedicated listener base. Not sure how helpful it would be for ya :)

X.x maybe not. Don't you hate when people think they're the leader and do stuff behind your back than you find out it's too late when it happens? This is one of those moments. X.X

Ekaika 07-23-2009 12:50 AM

I honestly have no idea what you're talking about.

Ekaika 08-05-2009 02:46 AM

Bump, for our forums are back up!

www.emuradio.net/forums

Come say hi!

Riodan 08-29-2009 02:35 AM

Here I go again, resurrecting an old thread with a familiar question.

I used to run TGS (The Gaming Syndicate) Radio, it was a FPS clan radio station through shoutcast, we had autoDJ and of course live DJs during the day, however certain legislation caused us to have to shut down the station to avoid the enormous royalty fees associated with the music we were playing and I was wondering how you've managed to get around that?

As you may or may not know, most internet Radio Stations not supported by corporate America financially have been forced to shut down and if there is some sort of way around this, I would love to know so I can get our station back up and running.

Ekaika 09-03-2009 03:54 AM

We're in need of a new frontpage at Emuradio! Ours is grossly outdated and now simply a placeholder until we get something else.

If anyone is interested in helping us build a new simple frontpage, sound off by sending me a PM or email me ekaika@swgemu.com.

Thanks

Jer 09-03-2009 04:36 AM

I'm sick of lookin at that front page too. Help make EMURadio beautiful again :'>

Raghy 11-23-2009 03:31 PM

are you guys still working on this? i'd be happy to help, i like mainly hard rock, and all kinds of metal music, but yeah, idk how big the interest is on that part

BoardXtremist 12-04-2009 06:24 PM

I would love to check this out. Are you guys still doing this?

nanoviper 12-04-2009 07:21 PM

I'm getting a major in broadcasting, I would love to DJ for Emu Radio.

Jusazn 12-04-2009 07:46 PM

I would love to!

But I'm to damn poor to afford a good quality mic XD

Audune 12-04-2009 08:44 PM

I'm not EXACTLY sure, but I believe Emu Radio stopped broadcasting on November 11th this year.

I havn't heard of anything about them wanting to start it back up, Ekaika would be the one to contact on this.

Emerzon 12-04-2009 09:01 PM

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Originally Posted by Audune (Post 477032)
I'm not EXACTLY sure, but I believe Emu Radio stopped broadcasting on November 11th this year.


That is correct ...can read the details here

Riodan 12-06-2009 08:19 PM

Your first and most important move is to find something OUTSIDE of the U.S for your streamcast provider. The latency may be a bit more, but with high speed internet these days, it shouldn't cause too many issues. What you essentially need to do is to bypass U.S laws regulating internet radio by using an out of country provider, otherwise you will eventually get caught and the FCC will shut you down and make absolutely sure you pay the back owed royalties.

The average legitimate I-station in the U.S pays between 5k-10k in monthly royalty fees just to play the music they want to. So be careful how you go about this, the last thing you need to do is get yourselves in trouble.

Yhor 12-06-2009 08:49 PM

Or there's Opera Unite.
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Opera Unite is a new technology platform allowing you to share content directly with friends without having to upload anything to a Web site. You can stream music, show photo galleries, share files and folders or even host your own Web pages directly from your browser
I find it an interesting concept. I've played around with it a little, but nothing in depth. Anyone else?

Also, I'd agree about outside US hosting. The laws and fees are just more fair.


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