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Starting a Station
Why Choose LoudCity?
Rules & Requirements
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Preferred Stream Hosts
New Broadcaster Notes
Live Status and Code
Growing Your Station
Live Stats Service
Apple iTunes Program
Custom Launch Files
Custom Launch Pages
Sweepers and Promos
LoudCity Internet Radio Licensing
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LoudCity mobile as
it would appear on an iPhone™.
(iPhone is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc).
With support for Shoutcast v1.x and v2.x, Icecast,
and most DJ software packages, LoudCity makes setting up your own
Big enough to draw new listeners, but small enough to care.
LoudCity has been in business since 2005. Our established network sees
over 500,000 listeners each month tuning in to over 700
stations, each independently managed and operated.
Features included in all plans:
Zero-hassle royalty coverage (BMI, SESAC, ASCAP, SOCAN, SoundExchange)
Free trial with no setup fees
High traffic mobile-friendly listener portal
Facebook integration on launch pages
Ability to participate in iTunes, TuneIn, Shoutcast
and Windows Media directories
Ability to accept financial contributions from
Ability to run your own audio ads (with no extra
Multiple bitrate and server support
Live broadcaster stats, listener maps, website code
and more (learn more)
Friendly staff and community
About our Broadcaster Live Stats
Our broadcasters enjoy a range of tools designed to
help them measure their audience in real time including detailed
listener listings - even across multiple servers with multiple
Sample Broadcaster Live Listener Map
Royalty coverage is everything.
Broadcasting music protected by copyright on the internet requires licensing.
This is true whether you play major label or indie, and whether you
do it for fun or for profit. The penalty for broadcasting music without paying
royalties can be as high as $100,000 per song.
LoudCity provides a platform for you to legally
broadcast your music collection. We take care of reports and we make
the royalty payments to SoundExchange, BMI, SESAC, SOCAN and ASCAP. You get
to focus on your station and do what you enjoy.
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