A show is a radio program made up of one or more episodes, like a container for episodes. You can create a show and share it online, or create a single episode and share it one its own without it being tied to the show.
Creating your first show is easy. Just click on the Broadcast button on the header bar. You will be required to enter an episode name. By default, all the episodes you create will be part of a show named "The Show of %username%". You can edit this setting and create new shows by clicking on the New button that appears when rolling the mouse over the section.
Creating live audio content is our strong point, but the DJ console gives you the possibility to create recorded podcasts that you can post after you're done. Once the DJ console loads you can choose to go live or record a podcast.
Absolutely! Click on the Broadcast section at the top of the page, and then click on “Upload” to upload content that you already own.
Pick a name for the episode as well as a category, tags, write a description, and upload the file. Once the bar has reached 100% and is green, click on the save button you find at the bottom of the page; you'll be able to see the new podcast in your profile.
Access your dashboard, choose the show, and then click on the EDIT button. From there you’ll be able to change the url of the show, the image, your contacts, and your intro commercial.
That's because in order to broadcast you need to accept our terms of service.
The only thing you really need is a microphone. You might also want to use a pair of headphones to avoid feedback from the music you are playing into the Mic channel. Of course, to get the best results you need to have equipment of decent quality. There are various online sources that can help you choose professional tools as your work progresses.
Contact your system administrator and make sure your Firewall or Proxy isn't filtering RTMP traffic from remote port 1935.
Using Spreaker and Skype together is a great way to enhance your broadcasts with Interviews and live calls. You can also co-host a radio show with someone on the other side of the World. You can find all the necessary information here.
If you have one of our Pro Plans, you can use any program which supports the Icecast2 streaming protocol. Some programs do not allow Icecast2 streaming but you can use other programs which support audio capturing and streaming via Icecast2 (for example, using Nicecast on Mac allows you to use any audio program with Spreaker). Here are some quick guides