Start your own Internet radio station today. The perfect solution for those who don’t compromise on quality.

Easy Setup . . .

Not so computer savvy? Not a problem. Our customer service team will assist you with the setup remotely.

Schedule Live Stream

Pick a date and time of your choice and Schedule when you wish your video live stream to start automatically.

99.9% Uptime

By using some of the best servers available, we are able to provide our clients with optimal streaming, along with 99.9% uptime.

social media streaming

Stream live to your Facebook, youtube and VK platforms all at once.

DJ ACCOUNTS

Individual broadcasting accounts to your station without handing out your login details.

SSL (HTTPS)

Free SSL(HTTPS) service for all radios on the server, including all radio versions.

HTML5 PLAYER

Simply click, copy, and paste widgets into your website.

Get Started With Us

  • Bitrate Upto 32 -320 kbps
  • Listeners 50 - 10000 (Upgradable)
  • Port 80 proxy ENABLED
  • SHOUTcast or IceCast
  • Pro Control Panel
  • Facebook, YouTube and VK
  • HTTPS Streaming
  • Geo blocking
  • 99.99% Uptime
  • 24/7 Customer Support
  • Bitrate Upto 32 -320 kbps
  • Listeners 50 - 10000 (Upgradable)
  • Port 80 proxy ENABLED
  • SHOUTcast or IceCast
  • Pro Control Panel
  • Facebook, YouTube and VK
  • HTTPS Streaming
  • Geo blocking
  • 99.99% Uptime
  • 24/7 Customer Support
  • Bitrate Upto 32 -320 kbps
  • Listeners 50 - 10000 (Upgradable)
  • Port 80 proxy ENABLED
  • SHOUTcast or IceCast
  • Pro Control Panel
  • Facebook, YouTube and VK
  • HTTPS Streaming
  • Geo blocking
  • 99.99% Uptime
  • 24/7 Customer Support

Contact

Whatsapp: + 1 4372481979
Email: business@districtfm.com
48 Ijesha road adedeji bus/stop
MON-FRI 07:00am - 10:00pm, SAT-SUN 10:00 - 8:00

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

Auto DJ provides a ‘simulated live’ stream to your radio server. This means the source is live, but it is being controlled from our servers, following a playlist – but when listeners tune in, they won’t know any different and will just hear as if it were a normal live DJ broadcasting.

You can quite easily broadcast live audio on the internet and it can consist of recorded items (Eg. Your MP3/CD collection) plus live content (Eg. Your voice via a microphone). There are 3 basic stages of internet broadcasting, as follows:

I: The Source (You)
Your computer mixes together the audio sources coming from your soundcard (which can be Mp3’s being played, live voice or other inputs from CD players etc). It then makes them into a ‘stream’ of data which is sent ‘on the fly’ to…

II: The Server (Us)
Your server with ShoutStream will receive the audio stream coming from your PC and then redistribute it to …

III: The Listener (Everyone Else)
Anyone in the world with an internet connection can then connect to your server. They will be able to hear everything which is going on at your end – so anything you output to the stream server, they can hear!

If you are broadcasting over the internet without any form of licensing, it is not illegal. Unlike standard radio (going via FM/AM or DAB) you do not need a ‘license’ to broadcast, to own that wavelength on an AM/FM band so to speak. That is the beauty of the internet, no one ‘owns’ it and therefore it is yours to use how you like, there is no limit to the number of streams you can run.

However, if the content of your stream includes any copyrighted material – you are at risk and may be breaking the law if you do not hold the permission of the copyright holder – which for most commercial music is the record label or the artist themselves.

Please note that ShoutStream doesn’t provide any form of content licensing or coverage for royalties. It is your responsibility to obtain any licences relevant for your country and content.

Radio streams are encoded (compressed) to a ‘bitrate’. The bitrate simply refers to the audio quality of the stream, this is measured in computer terms in ‘kbps – kilo bits per second’ or ‘k’ for short. As a rough guide; listening to a station in 128k stereo would sound like CD quality, where as 24k would sound more like listening over the phone.