How-to: add your Shoutcast V2 channel to TuneIn

In this article we're going to illustrate how easy it is to add your Shoutcast V2 channel to TuneIn.

TuneIn is a popular service which provides listeners access to over 100,000 radio stations and 4 million podcasts across the globe.
To add your Shoutcast V2 channel to TuneIn, you'll need your live stream URL which is available to our subscribers. 

Step 1: Get your live stream URL

It's easy to get your live stream URL. Your link will be http://serverip:port/1/stream

Part 2: Add your channel to TuneIn

Now you've got your live stream URL, visit Click on the Add a station button.
Fill in the form with all of your station details. In the Stream URL field, enter the live stream URL from the previous step. In the Your website field, put your own website, as you prefer.

Make sure you select Internet onlybroadcast type, and upload as much additional information about your station as you can.

Part 3: Submit to TuneIn

After you've completed the form, simply press Sign Me Up! and your Shoutcast V2 channel will be submitted to TuneIn.

Please note that it can take TuneIn up to 3 working days to review your submission. They will contact you directly, via email, with the final outcome of your submission.

We hope you've found this article useful! If you've got further questions, drop us a line.
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