The schedule includes several shortform and longform technie shows, hourly news, even inspirational programming, in addition to a 24/7 extreme music mix.
Also, BeOSRadio now offers four different types of connections for streaming audio. Now that they have teamed up with Abacast, they not only provide the Shoutcast-style streams, but two additional Abacast-style shoutcast streams for use with the Abacast audio player plugin. You can read more details about the new streams over at the Buzzlog or BeOSRadio.
So head on over to BeOSRadio and tune in.
A short while back we mentioned that Dane Scott from BeOS Radio was looking for a quality scheduler app for BeOS. One idea was to develop a nice frontend for Cron. Le Buzz is now reporting that Brent P. Newhall has stepped up to the challenge of building such a frontend and he calls it “Cronan the Scheduler.” Head on over to LeBuzz to find out more about this app.
Just in from Dane:
For the past winter and spring, BeOSRADIO has been relayed by a Swedish volunteer who has provided bandwidth, however that opportunity will be ending soon. There’s an immediate need for another volunteer who has a high bandwidth connection and can run our low-overhead relay server on their BeOS machine.
Demands on the person providing the streams are very low. Once in awhile when the relay server runs aground we ask the person to restart it. This might be entirely aleviated by using a simple script to routinely close and restart it. At any rate, the main need we have is a consistently-running BeOS machine on a T1 or better Internet connection. If you can help, please alert Dane Scott, immediately at email@example.com.
I hope there is someone out there that can keep this great radio station, and BeOS promotive medium, online and well.
BeOSRadio’s spinoff software, TuneTracker, has just launched its web site. The site is still pretty sparse, but looking good. What’s even more interesting is that over on le Buzz, Dane has mentioned that 6 people have purchased it already, a large network of Christian stations are interested (they broadcast in 165 languages, so their infrastructure must be huge) and a European Reseller is looking to get in on the act. According to the same leBuzz article, the pre-1.0 release should ship on Monday. UPDATE: There is now a Screenshot online. Lookin’ Good!
BeOSRadio has just announced a pre-sale of it’s radio software, now called BRS TuneTracker. The software is reportedly pretty good. You can browse the documentation for the software before you buy, and if you buy quickly, you can get the whole package for $59.95. It will get you the pre-release version, and includes a free upgrade to the full version when it is released. If you wait for that release, it will cost $99.95. Read on for their full announcement.
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