Airtime 2.3.1 is a bugfix and security update for our award-winning open source radio software.
Airtime 2.3, our open source radio software, released on World Radio Day, has an interface now translated into 11 languages and the option for users to add new translations. Icecast and SHOUTcast listener statistics are now available too, as are automatically set cue-points and ReplayGain improvements.
Sourcefabric released Airtime 1.8.1, an update to the free, open radio software for scheduling and remote station management, on May 3rd. Containing mainly bug fixes, the update addressed reports from the community on the new feature set introduced in Airtime 1.8. The Airtime server software runs on Ubuntu and Debian, and multiple users can use the software to schedule radio shows remotely through any web browser. Support packages and custom services are available from Sourcefabric.
Sourcefabric released Airtime 1.7 on April 5th with some of the top-requested features by users, including automatic recording and rebroadcasting of live shows, JQuery widgets for public-facing websites to display the currently playing track and the schedule, and the ability to cancel or overbook a show.
Airtime is the free, open radio software for scheduling and remote station management. The Airtime server software runs on Ubuntu Linux, Debian, and Redhat, and users can interact with it through any web browser. Support packages and custom services are available from Sourcefabric.
Airtime, formerly known as Campcaster, has been released as version 1.6. Airtime is Sourcefabric’s open radio software for scheduling and remote station management.
Airtime 1.6 provides a reliable audio playout with sub-second precision, an improved interface with modern usability features, advanced user management supporting roles and a Google-style calendar to schedule and move shows and playlists.
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