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Screamer Radio - record and listen to internet radio streams

Screamer Website - Freeware

reviewed by ClifNotes, 10 Apr 2005, updated 16 Dec 2005

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Notes from Clif

Screamer is a new program that lets you listen to internet radio stations and record them. In no time at all you could have a collection of tunes to listen to while you are offline. These are for your personal use only. You can run into legal problems when you try to share them with others. Screamer is a small download and is available as a no-install zip. That means it should work fine as a PortableApp.


Tip from Clif

To find hundreds of radio stations, just go to Shoutcast. To listen to them just right click on the yellow "Tune In" button and choose "Copy Shortcut". Now go to Screamer and click on "File" - "Open URL". The address you copied at Shoutcast will already be in the entry box. Just click "OK" and off you go.


There is also a way to add a timing function to Screamer. Read the info-eng.txt file here.



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Quote from Screamer

There is little reason to listen to commercial FM radio anymore, it is an old medium that provides little choice of music and is saturated with ads. For the last couple of years there has been an alternative, streaming internet radio. An alternative that has been somewhat complicated to use.


Screamer Radio attempts to remedy this problem by bringing most of the required steps into a single, easy to use, freeware program.