Settings editor allows you to specify your station information
so you can provide additional information to your listeners. To
access the editor, click on the yellow Settings button
at the bottom of the main interface.
Once the Settings
window drops down, click on the Change button in the Station Settings
of what each field refers to appears below. This information appears
when the listener tunes in to your station on their Destiny Media
Player™ or through Clipstream.
Changes to your Station Settings can be done while broadcasting
but will only be updated after you stop and restart your broadcast.
station's name - this name will be listed in the directory
at stationdirectory.com and in the Destiny Media Player's
Radio mode. Your listeners will be able to select your station
by name. You can enter your station's call letters (example:
DSNY) or a longer station name (example: Bob's Rock Palace).
section or format that your station fits into. Select from
the pull down list; you must be connected to the Internet
to access the list.
your location. This could be your city, country, state of
mind, or whatever else you wish display.
a short description to a maximum of 200 characters. A description
larger than that will be clipped. The display in the Destiny
Media Player is also more restrictive than Clipstream and
station email address. Allows listeners to request songs,
comment on content, etc. This address will automatically load
the listener's email client when the Email button is selected
on their Destiny Media Player while listening to your
Allows listeners to visit your station web site with a click
on their Destiny Media Player. The URL entered here will automatically
load when the Web button is selected on the listener's Destiny
is a feature available to broadcasters that are broadcasting
MPEs. This field
can be left blank byb most broadcasters.
Below is an
example of what the listener sees in the Destiny Media Player™.
Player image: the Station Information entered in the RadioDestiny
Broadcaster shows up like this for the listener. Clicking Web
will launch the listener's browser and go to the website that
is entered in the Web Site field. If Email is clicked, it will
launch their email client with a message addressed to the broadcaster.