Radioshift: Radio on your schedule

Written Sep. 24, 2007 by Tom Webster in Internet Radio with 0 Comments


If you are a Mac user, you are gonna want this: Radioshift: Radio on your schedule. I have been a fan of Rogue Amoeba's products for some time now (Audio Hijack is indispensable, and NiceCast is about the slickest way to stream audio from your client I have used to date). Radioshift, though, is a software-only solution to listen to whatever radio you want, whenever you want it. With a very comprehensive programming database of 50,000 programs and stations and an immediately intuitive interface, RA has another hit on their hands. If you don't have a Mac--go get one! This is the closest thing I've seen yet to approximate TiVo for radio.

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