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PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2017 5:23 pm 
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I am having the same problem. No songs are playing. Just a message to listen to this program on Radionomy.com. My nobex app also has the same message.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2017 6:06 pm 
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2017 9:02 pm 
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Radio 1: http://listen.radionomy.com/97five
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Poor innocent users are being affected by this. This is just one example since so many of our (elder generation) listeners like to have a "radio"-like device to hear our station:

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I have a Grace Digital internet radio which works fine but cannot seem to connect to [station X]. It connects to the router but tells me to listen on Radionomy, and then plays some foreign music ,sometimes.


But obviously it goes far beyond that - player apps like XiiaLive and others now are banned from playing the streams. They seem to have blacklisted all apps, then whitelist a tiny few.

If this is some attempt to limit stream ripping, as usual it's punishing the innocent/passive listeners far more, and leaving the really determined ones minimally impeded... the ones who really wanna will always be able to record the music, even with true DRM... never mind user-agent and cookie spoofing, and stream captures. It's been that way, since tape, on through FM radio, and will be as long as electrical signals drive speaker diaphragms (and speakers can be placed in front of mics).

To be really clear, I don't think the hurt on innocent listeners is Radionomy's fault - it's the self defeating greed of content "owners" (important distinction from the artists btw!). But I do feel Radionomy or Vivendi should be holding ground not stepping into this quicksand. And should give the station owners (hence listeners) advance notice. But I'm just stating the obvious, now...


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 08, 2017 12:18 pm 
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So i've been here now for 2 weeks, i must admit i signed up before i started reading the forum.
With the latest developments and no communication, it seems Radionomy is starting to bury their head in the sand, with their hands firmly clasped over their ears.
On the face of it, this could have been a first class service, but the appalling lack of communication from the owners, via the moderators, is a tried and tested recipe for failure.
There's quite a few things that have baffled me, not being able to get files validated for 2 days last, week, the seemingly random renaming of files, and not being able to edit files once they are validated, the slow and tedious uploading of files to name a few.
So what's the options now? Create a broadcasting from home service with other free providers disregarding the licensing question, or go down the paid route. Not many of us can or would be able to afford coughing up close to $100 a month for what is a hobby. But there are cheaper options, like sonixcast, which i'm tempted to try, anyone have any experience with them?


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 09, 2017 11:40 pm 
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Radio 1: http://BeautifulQEZ.com
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These kinds of restrictions are nothing new and are only going to increase over time, no thanks to the US CRB ruling and the elimination of the Small Webcaster Agreement in January of last year. The costs of music licensing has skyrocketed since then for Radionomy and other internet-based radio stations. I've seen a lot of lamenting and complaining about the situation, from both online station owners and internet radio listeners, but LITTLE action taken to get the matter resolved. If we want to change the situation, we must ACT and put the complaining aside and WORK to get the Small Webcaster Agreement restored for small webcasters as well as fight for music licensing reform. I'm tired of hearing the whining and the "What good is it gonna do to fight" comments. Those of us involved in internet radio, whether we're on Radionomy or with a paid licensor, need to "turn out the lights" on our pity party and get to WORK to have reasonable and affordable music licensing costs restored for small webcasters. If we had every US resident who does online radio as well as their listeners contact their local Congressmen and women and let them know we are FED up with this nonsense, we might actually make some progress resolving this issue. We need to be contacting Congress and let them know that it is UNACCEPTABLE that internet radio has been placed at a huge disadvantage because these folks who hold the rights to music are consumed with greed. If you are a US resident, join us at http://saveinternetradio.info and help us FIGHT this nonsense. Those who want to continue living in "crying mode" with the negative comments can just stay where you are and keep quiet because the rest of us have WORK TO DO! For specific ways to get involved, please see our page at http://howtohelp.saveinternetradio.info. Please share the links above so we may get more people involved.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2017 8:37 am 
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I am having the same problem too.My radio station cannot be heard anymore at Streamfinder,Streema and Live Online Radio.All I get is the message that say this station can be heard at Radionomy.com.The total number of hours my station is listened to has already decreased since the problem began.I hope this problem is fixed soon or I will keep losing listeners.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2017 8:57 am 
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The same thing that happened to Live 365 is probably happening to Radionomy.The big corporations like Sirius and Music Choice do not want the competition from these online radio stations.I'm sure they were partially responsible for putting Live 365 out of business.There have been more restrictions from Radionomy in the last year.There are lots of songs I cannot even play anymore because they have been blacklisted.It's just a matter of time before Radionony goes under.


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 12, 2017 10:41 pm 
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These kinds of restrictions are nothing new and are only going to increase over time, no thanks to the US CRB ruling and the elimination of the Small Webcaster Agreement in January of last year. The costs of music licensing has skyrocketed since then for Radionomy and other internet-based radio stations. I've seen a lot of lamenting and complaining about the situation, from both online station owners and internet radio listeners, but LITTLE action taken to get the matter resolved. If we want to change the situation, we must ACT and put the complaining aside and WORK to get the Small Webcaster Agreement restored for small webcasters as well as fight for music licensing reform. I'm tired of hearing the whining and the "What good is it gonna do to fight" comments. Those of us involved in internet radio, whether we're on Radionomy or with a paid licensor, need to "turn out the lights" on our pity party and get to WORK to have reasonable and affordable music licensing costs restored for small webcasters. If we had every US resident who does online radio as well as their listeners contact their local Congressmen and women and let them know we are FED up with this nonsense, we might actually make some progress resolving this issue. We need to be contacting Congress and let them know that it is UNACCEPTABLE that internet radio has been placed at a huge disadvantage because these folks who hold the rights to music are consumed with greed. If you are a US resident, join us at http://saveinternetradio.info and help us FIGHT this nonsense. Those who want to continue living in "crying mode" with the negative comments can just stay where you are and keep quiet because the rest of us have WORK TO DO! For specific ways to get involved, please see our page at http://howtohelp.saveinternetradio.info. Please share the links above so we may get more people involved.


It is the Republicans. Those guys will never side with the little internet radio stations.

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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2017 3:47 am 
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It is the Republicans. Those guys will never side with the little internet radio stations.


Yeah, because it's so much easier to blame someone else than taking up some responsibility and acting for yourself to foster change. I don't really care if it's the democrats OR the republicans opposing internet radio. Truth is...the entire problem lies with the music licensing companies who are consumed with greed. Don't make the matter into a political issue when the underlying problem is with the music labels and PROs. Those of us involved in internet radio (and our listeners, too) need to be WORKING TOGETHER to get these licensing costs back to reasonable levels again. Picking political sides is divisive, benefits no one in the fight, and is a waste of time.


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2017 1:33 pm 
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I was using the wimpy player on my website, perfectprescriptionradio.com (http://www.wimpyplayer.com/docs/streami ... onomy.html). I liked it because it worked in Safari on iOS. Unfortunately with the recent change, it started giving the "listen to this station on radionomy.com" message. I switched back to Radionomy's player and my station is at least working via my website again. However, once again, the native Radionomy player does not work in Safari on iOS. Has anybody else had this problem or figured out any way to make the Radionomy player work in Safari on iOS?


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