Below are just a few of the radio stations around the world that are powered by open source Airtime
One of Europe's oldest and strongest independent and non-commercial urban radio stations.
"We chose Airtime to run our automated night music programming. It also allows us to have reprises of some daily talk shows and live radio transmissions from club music events overnight, when no one can be at the station." — Bojan Anđelković, editor-in-chief, Radio Študent
Go to www.radiostudent.si
The Scope is an online student media initiative that uses both Airtime and Newscoop software to offer radio programming to their student community. Read more about Sourcefabric's work with the Scope.
"We have been so pleased with the service we receive at Sourcefabric. Any time we have questions, we get an answer quickly from someone who cares." — Jacky Tunistra, station manager, The Scope at Ryerson
Go to www.thescopeatryerson.ca
JNET broadcasts nationally around the clock with a mix of Top 40/Pop, Rock, Blues, Soul, Dance and everything in between.
New Delhi, India
The Movement is a unique platform formed by professional musicians, producers and broadcast professionals.
"We have been very impressed with Sourcefabric. Their willingness and ability to resolve issues within minutes and the user interface stands out from the clutter of redundant radio automation in the market." — Rahul Bhattacharya, managing director, Movement Broadcast Network Pvt Ltd.
Go to themovement.in
Resonance 104.4 FM is a nonprofit community radio station run by the London Musicians' Collective. Read how Sourcefabric worked with Resonance 104.4 FM to create the perfect open source radio automation software.
"Normally Airtime runs all our automated programming, but for the Christmas period Airtime ran the station 24 hours a day for three weeks. It went without a hitch, solid as a rock!" — Chris Weaver, production manager, Resonance104.4fm
Go to resonancefm.com
Corners Live is the digital extension for CORNERS, a platform for artists and audiences, designed and driven by cultural organisations at the edges of Europe. Corners Live is a growing online space for CORNERS projects and artwork. It is an exciting new way to find out more about CORNERS projects and become part of its creative community.
Tune in to Radio CORNERS to hear a rolling schedule of interviews, sound art, music and field recordings from CORNERS artists and the people they have met.
Global Voices is a borderless, largely volunteer community of more than 1200 writers, analysts, online media experts and translators. They curate, verify and translate trending news and stories you might be missing on the Internet, from blogs, independent press and social media in 167 countries.
Global Voices Internet Radio highlights and amplifies voices and music from around the world available on a live-streaming platform 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
New York City, USA
CUNYcast is live online radio offering students an opportunity to stream audio using original content from classes, lectures, and projects.
The goal is to empower the graduate center community by reducing barriers to broadcasting. The team created a free, open source, collaborative platform that would serve to encourage students, faculty, and staff to broadcast “classes, conversations and controversy”.
Go to http://www.cunycast.net