[blindreplay] Re: New Urls for Clear Channel Family Stations

  • From: Leslie Bee <leslie@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 17 Apr 2008 08:28:27 -0700

I will pass this along to the guys who enter stations - thanks.

:)

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[mailto:blindreplay-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Petro T. Giannakopoulos
Sent: Thursday, April 17, 2008 6:44 AM
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Subject: [blindreplay] Re: New Urls for Clear Channel Family Stations

If Applian is reading this please add:
WREC AM 600

http://www.600wrec.com/cc-common/ondemand/player.html?world=st

This partnership with Apple and itunes is just another example in making things 
closed source and the music from CC channels is in DRM format in order to 
purchase it. They require users using Macs and Firefox to install a player. If 
you can hear it with your ears you can record it for personal use and pleasure.



--- On Thu, 4/17/08, Mike Pietruk <pietruk@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> From: Mike Pietruk <pietruk@xxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [blindreplay] New Urls for Clear Channel Family Stations
> To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Thursday, April 17, 2008, 8:06 AM
> This morning's banner at
>
> http://streamingradioguide.com
>
> sends shivers up the spine for those of us who maintain
> extensive stream url listings:
>
> Streaming Alert
> New Clear Channel Player
> Clear Channel has switched to a new player that makes it
> easy to "tag" songs for
> purchase in iTunes. Over the weekend, we changed all 800+
> station links to the new
> player, even though some Clear Channel stations that
> don't play music have not yet
> upgraded
> The new player doesn't work on Macs and Firefox without
> installing additional software.
> The "Need Help?" link on their player explains
> what you need and you'll find the
> same link here (along with a link to the old player for
> now)
>
>
>
> ok.  So what does this all mean:
>
> (1)  The new form for the streaming url of a CC family
> station is as follows:
>
> station's website address
>
> plus
>
> /cc-common/ondemand/player.html?world=st
>
>
>
> Ok.  So I tested and verified this on the following
> stations:
>
>
> wfxj, Jacksonville, FL  -- am 930, Sports Foxx plus local
> http://www.930wfxj.com/cc-common/ondemand/player.html?world=st
>
>
>
> \
> woc, davenport, IA -- AM 1420 newstalk
> http://woc1420.com/cc-common/ondemand/player.html?world=st
>
>
>
> wrno, new orleans, la -- fm 99.5 newstalk
> http://www.thenew995fm.com/cc-common/ondemand/player.html?world=st
>
>
> wflf, Pine Hills/orlando, FL -- AM 540
> http://www.540wfla.com/cc-common/ondemand/player.html?world=st
>
>
>
> wgst, atlanta, ga -- am 640 newstalk
> http://wgst.com/cc-common/ondemand/player.html?world=st
>
>
> ----------
>
> If a station doesn't stream, and you try the url, you
> simply get a msg indication that this station doesn't
> stream.
>
> (2)  RAV tunes these urls fine as it did the previous
> CC-tuner stations.
>
> (3)  RAV, however, will not record these streams, as it
> stands now,
> using stream capture.  Hopefully, the jump urls Applian
> creates will deal with this successfully.
> Remember, for listening purposes, these urls work fine and
> if you routinely listen to clear channel stations, it's
> time to update before the old links are dropped.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>            Mike
>
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