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About The Software Article rated 3.0/5.0
Shout Radio Automation encompasses all areas of internet radio stations into a single web-based interface. With Shout Radio Automation you are able to view in real-time the past, current, and upcoming...
Station Dashboard Article rated 3.1/5.0
Now let's dive into using Shout Radio Automation! The first page you will notice after logging in is the Dashboard. This page gives the current stats for the station such as listener count, the pa...
Creating Categories and Adding Content Article rated 2.8/5.0
Many internet radio stations' music is selected completely at random. There is no way to schedule liners and stingers, top of the hour IDs, and other content. Using Shout Radio Automation's categories...
Creating, Modifying, and Scheduling Clocks Article rated 3.1/5.0
Clocks are the heart of Shout Radio Automation. Each clock is an hour-long list of content elements. Each clock should be at least an hour and ten minutes long. Creating and managing clocks is ve...
Schedules and Scheduling Article rated 3.1/5.0
After all content (music, liners, station IDs, promos, etc) is uploaded to the categories, and the clocks are created and scheduled, the final step is to schedule an entire day. Click on the Schedule ...
Scheduling Tip (Re-Scheduling a Day While Live) Article rated 3.3/5.0
If for some reason you have to reset your daily schedule follow this procedure and it will work seemlessly: On the dashboard wait for the next song in rotation to begin to play. Switch over to sche...
Voicetracking Article rated 3.0/5.0
Strictly speaking, "voicetracking" refers to the process of a disc jockey prerecording his or her on-air "patter." It's then combined with songs, commercials, and other elements in order to produce ...
Archiving & Podcasting Article rated 3.0/5.0
Archiving (or logging) & podcasting enables station operators to record their station at preset times and play them back later. Archiving is great for air checks or encore presentations of shows. ...
Uploading Content Using FTP Article rated 2.4/5.0
When starting a new station, uploading content to the station can take a while if uploading through a web browser. Shout Radio Automation has the option of uploading content with FTP instead. This all...
Station Settings Article rated 3.1/5.0
The station settings page allows you to change your stations's name, genre, URL, timezone and YP listing. You can also change the streaming server. Under Advanced Station Settings you have the options...
DMCA Rules Article rated 3.2/5.0
The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) are a set of rules for internet broadcasters based in the United States. This is only a partial list. For the complete list of rules, please visit http:/...
Using USB Microphones Article rated 3.3/5.0
Peter Holden in Australia had issues using a USB Microphone for voicetracking in Firefox. Here is what he discovered and emailed to us: I did a little search on Google and found out many people whe...
Windows 7 & Voicetracking Article rated 2.9/5.0
Our Voicetracking system utilizes Sun's Java. It seems in the release of Windows 7, Microsoft in their infinite wisdom, introduced their own version of Java. Our system is not compatible with it at th...
Request Script Article rated 2.9/5.0
If you are having issues with the request script, there are some set up things that you or your web developer need to deal with: Your site must have php enabled. That is you must be able to incor...
 

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