Commit 803cc22d authored by Ole Aamot's avatar Ole Aamot 💬

Initial commit of GNOME Internet Radio Locator for GTK+ 3.0

parent b8a2fe52
Ole Aamot
You don't need a license to listen to Internet radio, but if you run
a radio station and broadcast music to the general public, you need
a broadcast license permit from the F.C.C. if you are in the U.S. to
legally broadcast (see
See for a free streaming server by
All of the radio stations in the GNOME Internet Radio Locator are
non-profit stations serving the public interest.
The power of the Federal Communications Commission (F.C.C.) reside in
its authority of granting broadcast licenses to local radio stations,
according to page 812 in The New York Times Guide to Essential
Knowledge (ISBN 0-312-37659-6):
Rather than support a highly centralized form of broadcasting like
the national public service networks being established in European
countries, American communications policy celebrated the fundamental
principle of "localism," convinced that American democracy would be
served best by independent local stations operating without
excessive government supervision. The agency's power of enforcement
came from its ability to revoke, or refuse to renew, the license of
a local station -- something that has happened rarely.
With the GNOME Internet Radio Locator, you can listen for free to live
broadcasts by radio stations from all around the world, including the
U.S. stations as long as the U.S. radio stations aren't revoked by the
F.C.C. for failing to pay the royalty fees for the music that the
radio stations broadcast on the Internet to the royalty fee collection
agencies such as The American Society of Composers, Authors and
Publishers (ASCAP), Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI), and Society of
European Stage Authors and Composers (SESAC).
Enjoy Internet radio,
Ole Aamot, April 26th 2016
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commit b8a2fe5251faa812adfb4e15ad33bcd49e56380a
Author: Ole Aamot <>
Date: Wed Apr 26 18:25:23 2017 +0200
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commit 1ad0bbbaca967dc9ba32744845572a7d53522ec6
Author: Ole Aamot <>
Date: Wed Apr 26 18:22:19 2017 +0200
New repository for GNOME Internet Radio Locator
README | 1 +
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+)
GNOME Internet Radio Locator runs on Debian GNU/Linux (
If you are packaging GNOME Internet Radio Locator for Debian GNU/Linux and/or
other GNU/Linux distributions, please coordinate this with
GNOME Internet Radio Locator is currently available as a GNOME 3
desktop program with source code released under GNU General Public
License version 2.
The initial work on this program began in March 2017.
The Git source code repository is at
You are welcome to contribute to the GNOME Internet Radio Locator code
base either by translating it into your language and contributing
patches and adding new Internet radio stations in
Any contribution is welcome and always credited in AUTHORS and THANKS.
To enable debugging messages, modifiy the CC compilation definition
Enjoy Internet radio,
Ole Aamot <>
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Petter Reinholdtsen, USIT, University of Oslo, Norway
TODO for GNOME Internet Radio Locator
Short Term
* Command line interface
* New icon (jimmac?)
* Promote non-profit Internet radio stations in the world
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echo " top-level $PKG_NAME directory"
exit 1
which || {
echo "You need to install gnome-common from the GNOME CVS"
exit 1
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