In the year since the first Radio World eBook on Radio Station Streaming, more and more stations have made their programming available online.

Although from a technical standpoint streaming audio is simple and commonplace, there are techniques that can improve your audience’s enjoyment of your content.

In this eBook Radio World investigates technical basics of radio station streaming including reference levels, audio compression, audio codecs and linking up content distribution networks to extend the number of listeners, and possibly monetize the service.

If your station has not established itself on the Internet, the basics presented here may be helpful in getting started; if you’re an established netcaster the particulars on reference levels and compression may help your operation sound better and satisfy your audience without being “loud” about it.

Download the Streaming eBook now — click here!

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