Direct links to international broadcasters audio streams



I’ve posted several things over at the onlineradiotv.com site. For starters I’ve got links to a few international (shortwave) broadcasters live audio streams and where available their “latest” english news update (and in some cases spanish and other languages.) I’ve also started posting some bash scripts there that can directly start mplayer streaming a feed.


For the most part the scripts aren’t much other than a command, but they make nice shortcuts to launch an audio stream. Some of them may be of interest to other linux users. At this point I just have copies of the contents of the scripts, eventually I plan to just archive an archive of the scripts I use there. I find it fairly convenient as, currently, I’ve been copying things back and forth from desktop to laptop or laptop to desktop, depending on where I’ve been editing them….

Anyway, they pretty much make use of mplayer + codecs for mplayer. So, you linux users might find them useful. I guess they could be adapted to Windows pretty easily. I seem to recall seeing mplayer available for windows…

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