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You are advised to always use firefox which plays both http and https streams for now on Android and Windows OS devices and safari for iOS devices.
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What To Know About Radio
Radio is the transmission and reception of electromagnetic waves of radio frequency, especially those carrying sound messages. Radio waves are electromagnetic waves of frequency between 30 hertz and 300 gigahertz.
The term radio comes from the Latin radius that means stream. We use this term as a shortcut for radio receiver or broadcast receiver, which makes it possible to receive radio broadcasts.
You can receive radio through terrestrial broadcasting - this works through electromagnetic waves - or through broadband cable as high-frequency electrical signals. It is a similar principle to antenna and cable television. Both transmitted signals are converted into sound, which gives us our daily information.
AM Radio: AM stations were the earliest broadcasting stations to be developed. AM refers to amplitude modulation, a mode of broadcasting radio waves by varying the amplitude of the carrier signal in response to the amplitude of the signal to be transmitted. The medium-wave band is used worldwide for AM broadcasting. Europe also uses the long wave band.
AM broadcasts occur on North American airwaves in the medium wave frequency range of 525 to 1,705 kHz (known as the “standard broadcast band”). The band was expanded in the 1990s by adding nine channels from 1,605 to 1,705 kHz. Channels are spaced every 10 kHz in the Americas, and generally every 9 kHz everywhere else.
FM Radio: FM broadcasting is a method of radio broadcasting using frequency modulation used worldwide to provide high fidelity sound over broadcast radio.
FM is short for frequency modulation, and occurs on VHF airwaves in the frequency range of 87.5 to 108.0 MHz everywhere except Japan and Russia. Russia uses 65 to 74 MHz frequencies in addition to the world standard. Japan uses the 76 to 95 MHz frequency band.
Radio was invented at the beginning of the 20th century, it represents the oldest digital mass media and has developed in an extraordinary way to the present.
Not only the technical progress is visible, but also the variety of online offers available has increased. The classic range of FM stations has been joined by an extensive array of web radio. Nowadays, almost every FM station offers an online radio stream as well, so it can be heard everywhere and independent of conventional frequencies.
Furthermore, there are web-only stations that are devoted to a very specific genre or topic. They offer their listeners a very specific program, perfectly matched to their musical tastes.
Web Or Internet Radio
Internet radio or web radio can be used to describe a station that broadcasts via streaming over the web instead of using the conventional FM frequencies. It offers an internet-based service.
Internet radio or web radio is a digital audio service transmitted via the Internet. Broadcasting on the Internet is usually referred to as webcasting since it is not transmitted broadly through wireless means.
You can listen to this service online via a stream, for example on your computer or smartphone.
In contrast to a conventional AM/FM station, you receive a web radio station online so an internet connection is indispensable.
Most FM/AM radio stations also have a web stream so that they can be reached by listeners beyond their frequency-bound broadcast area.
The variety of web radios is almost infinite and offers an extraordinarily varied selection of the most diverse genres, programs and international stations. All accessible with just a single click.
Internet radio directories are websites that act like libraries of internet radio stations where listeners can easily find online radio stations according to their taste in music and the type of station.
Listening to the radio has become very easy on the Internet. You can listen to your favorite radio stations from all over the world directly in your browser.
An easy and free way to place your online radio in front of a potential fan base is to list it on as many radio directories as possible. It is good to find the best online radio directories where you can submit your station.
With MyTUNEiN.CoM, everyone has a free radio search engine and the right receiver at the same time. Simply use the continents list on all our pages or enter the name of the radio station in the search box and start the station. This can be done on a computer or on a smartphone, either in the browser or with our app which is available for download free of charge.