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How can my audience listen to my station?

Last Updated: Sep 10, 2014 06:52PM EEST
So your radio station is up and running you have created shows, pilots and ad campaigns and are ready to spread the word.
Following are the ways your listeners can listen to your station:

1. Microsite

All stations powered by Radiojar are given a microsite to ready to use and share, with an embedded player and some basic information of the station. It's responsive so it works on most modern mobile devices and you can also use it as a popup player. 
You can access your microsite by clicking on the middle button in the top right corner of the management page of your station.
When you open your microsite for the first time it will look like this:
Go back to your management of your site, click on Settings and choose the microsite tab. Here you can change the background image and colours and bring it to your liking.

You can also show the recently played tracks in the microsite and set the number of songs that will be displayed as history.

2. Player widget

If you already own a site you can use our player widget and embed it to your site. Click on the Widgets tab and then select the player.
You can either implement the API widget player to your site (if you have some web development skills), or you can use the iframe-based player.

API-based player widget

Iframe-based player widget

3. Facebook plugin

Radiojar offers a free plugin for every station so they can have a player inside Facebook. Click on the Widgets tab and then select the Facebook plugin. Click on the 'Get it now' button or visit the url: https://apps.facebook.com/radiojar-plugins/


More on how to install and configure the plugin you can find here.

4. Use your stream urls to be listed in iTunes, TuneIn and other radio directories

As with every web radio station you can use your stream urls in your own players or to enlist your station in radio directories such as iTunes Radio, TuneIn and many more.
You may find all the stream urls of your station by clicking on the Widgets section:
Find out how to enlist your station in iTunes radio in this article. Also learn how to increase your audience by using TuneIn and the AIR API here.
 

 

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