To become a DJ, first you must subscribe to the anonradio-l
mailing list by sending an email to
Then, send a message to the list and introduce yourself. Tell us about the show you want to do, and request a time-slot — for the current schedule, just visit anonradio.net. When you are ready to stream and your show has been scheduled, you will be given a username, password, mountpoint and server name to stream your show to. Scheduled shows are automatically switched-in by the server.
Before getting your own show, you may like to try broadcasting during OpenMIC.
There are a variety of tools that can be used to stream to aNONradio from a variety of operating systems.
Regardless of what software you use, please ensure that your outgoing stream conforms to the following specifications:
Bit rate: 192 Kbps Sample Rate: 44.1 KHz Channels: 2 (stereo) Format: mp3
ffmpeg is useful for streaming audio from your
microphone or soundcard's line input (such as if you are using outboard
mixing equipment), but can also stream audio from a file (e.g., for
streaming pre-recorded shows or single tracks). Ffmpeg runs on many
UNIX-like operating systems. A small shell
script has been written for streaming to aNONradio with ffmpeg. You
can customize it to match the audio setup and operating system you are
using this tool) is an easy to use, multi OS streaming tool. It supports
SHOUTcast and Icecast and runs on Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. The main
purpose of butt is to stream live audio data from your computers Mic or
Line input to an Shoutcast or Icecast server. Recording is also
possible. It is NOT intended to be a server by itself or automatically
stream a set of audio files."
Instructions on using
butt to stream to aNONradio are
There is an SDF tutorial for setting-up Nicecast on Mac OS X with iTunes / Skype / whatever else, all with voice-over capability.
There are instructions for streaming with ezstream on Debian using PulseAudio.$Id: anonradio-dj.html,v 1.3 2017/05/20 01:19:15 jandal Exp $