Radio.Blog.Club.com is a community for webmasters and music listeners to share and discover new music.
Webmasters can embed a free streaming audio player with customized playlist into a webpage. The site should support php and xml, with space for the audio files. The embedded tracks can then be found by members using the search engine at the radio.blog website. Users can choose to listen to the tunes and add them to their own radio playlists. See the instructions for more info.
Free registration allows members to create their own online radio player. The Juke.blog player can be launched as a resizable pop-up with playlist. This means you can leave the site while retaining access to the player. It features controls for volume and scrolling backwards and forward with time location readout.
Members can search the database of more than 50,000 tunes to build personal playlists. The playlists are stored online for streaming via the juke.blog player once logged in. You can play your Juke.blog playlist in iTunes or Winamp. Tunes are constantly added to the database by webmasters using the streaming audio player on their sites.
There’s also a podcasting section for streaming podcast feeds. Users can enter the address of a feed to display a playlist of shows available for streaming in the Juke.blog player. The last 10 podcasts submitted by users are shown as a list on the podcasting page.
This is great for streaming aggregated shows like those shared on Gigadial.net. Feeds can be pasted into the submit box and then easily previewed using the Juke.blog player. Users can scroll through the podcast to quickly get a feel for the content of a show.