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Free Pop Out Radio Player for Your Website

Hey there. Are using CloudRadio’s pop out player on your radio website?

For one, it gives listeners any easy way to keep listening to your stream even after they leave your website.

The best part:

You don’t need any programming know-how to activate this feature. Nor a paid service at CloudRadio.

Here is how to get the pop out radio player:

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  • Hugues
  • Updated April 17, 2019

Quick Guide to Radio Studio Types

It’s a chilly morning; -9°C ( or 15°F if you use the imperial system). What better way to warm up, than to talk about a radio studio.

An account of this mystical room. What goes on inside the confine of its walls? And types of studios out there.

Why did I open a weather announcement?—Well, when you work as a presenter, knowing the present weather conditions & relaying this info to your listeners, is part of your business.

Let's fire off:

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Radio Streaming Services

Are you setting up a radio station and looking for a radio streaming service?

Wonderful! This guide will teach you the ins and outs of radio streaming services.

You’ll see the full path audio takes from your studio to the listener’s computer, smart speaker, or phone.

By the end, you’ll have the know-how to select the best stream hosting service.

Let’s get to it:

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  • Hugues
  • Updated April 8, 2019

8 Ways to Improve the Audio Quality of Your Internet Radio

As a radio station owner, I bet you’re always looking for ways to make your radio station sound great!

Right? Well, don’t stop…shoot for the ⭐⭐⭐ stars!

We also take sound quality very seriously.

While we can’t help you tinker with the EQ settings, we do our part by offering premium bandwidth and streaming up to 320 Kbps at no extra cost.

We know this is not enough, so we’re sharing 8 tips to improve your radio stream.

So let's start:

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  • Hugues
  • Updated February 11, 2019

8 Tips on How to Write a Radio Script

"Should I script my radio shows?"

I'd say yes because:

a) You will have more control over content.

b) You may forget what you planned to say.

c) You establish structure and maintain the flow.

d) You'll have the drive to research and rehearse.

Well, most of the spoken content on the radio is first written down.

So—let's delve into how to write great radio scripts:

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  • Hugues
  • Updated April 9, 2019