Release Notes: Airtime now includes live stream rebroadcasting, which allows remote broadcasters to connect to Airtime via tools such as Mixxx or Virtual DJ. Airtime will rebroadcast the stream, either at a set time or in the middle of an existing broadcast with a smooth transition. DJs can now edit their automated shows in realtime, even while they're on air. Last second schedule changes, such as moving or adding a track, are performed with a drag-and-drop movement using the Web interface. A Playout Log detailing the tracks played is now available.
Release Notes: Radio Data System (RDS) support was added. (Hardware is required to take advantage of this.) Exporting files to removable media is now possible. Importing audio is faster, and it detects duplicates, reads all of the ID3 metatags, and now has the ability to link to files instead of making a copy. Campcaster Web search is now faster and the results show the album name and track number. The Live Mode audio player has been improved so that reshuffling your playlists around is less likely to create any pause before playing them.
Release Notes: This is the first release that is stable and feature-complete enough to be used in production systems. It has both a desktop application and an HTML interface. Both allow you to schedule automated playback, and the desktop app has additional features that allow you to do live shows. You can create playlists and put playlists inside of playlists for advertising purposes. Stations can share content with a designated, centralized 'network hub.' It has XML-RPC interfaces that allow you to integrate your own applications. Campcaster is multi-lingual and supports Unicode.
Release Notes: The first version of the GUI application accompanying LiveSupport was added, and major bugfixes were made.