There's an API so other applications can interface with the database. If you need data in some form that isn't currently avaialble, let me know. And if you make an application that uses the database, please let me know so I can use it too...
Here's an XML file in the format that google maps expects.
Or you can link to individual streams like this:
Play a random stream like this:
Or return a playlist of all stations like this:
Note that some situations, like playing streams from a Chumby or a cellphone, require direct access to the stream, as opposed to returning a PLS file. In those cases, access it like this:
Or here's a shortcut to play a stream: goodradio.org/-wfmu. Note the dash before the station name.
You can suggest new stations and flag stations for updating on the database page.
Note that every night the robot checks each stations to see if its up and produces this report.
A stand-alone, Python-based Windows program that mimicks a jukebox interface to listen to college radio. Works great on a touchscreen. Downloads a list of stations from goodradio.org on program startup. This is what sparked the creation of this site.
The radio map on this site. A bunch of college and non-commercial radio stations plotted live on a google map. Stations are plotted using the actual GPS coordinates of their transmitter towers as listed in the FCC database. All data is downloaded from the goodradio.org database when the map is drawn.
A college radio tuner application for Chumbies.