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Hey Deejay! August 9, 2010

Posted by Phil Jeudy in Silicon Valley, startup.
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Music space is to me without limit, and I’m always interested to discover new concepts in this field.

Today it’s about Spreaker.com

Spreaker is a collaborative platform for creating Internet Streaming radio services. Users can create their own show by using the on-line tools (the Adobe Flash based DeeJay console lets you mix voice, music and sound FX in real time) and broadcast them LIVE or in podcast form on social networks (now only facebook integration is supported) blogs or websites.

Listeners can enjoy single-show programming or can create their own radio schedule by assembling publicly available shows. The schedule is then maintained by the system as a proper web radio.

Originally from Italy, created in November 2009, this company is now based in San Francisco. I’ll spend more time to try it later, so far seems cool to use.

You can publish your player and share it on Facebook, Twitter or Linkedin.

Check out this video to see how to use Deejay:

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