Internet DJ console is a graphical shoutcast/icecast client that runs under GTK+ and the JACK audio connection kit. In short, it's an Internet radio app for making a live radio show or podcast. Features include two main media players with a crossfader, a jingle player, microphone signal processing (compressor and noise gate), IRC track announcements with X-Chat, an automatic stream shut-off timer, MP3 or Ogg streaming and recording at various bit rates, aux input for connecting external JACK aware applications, and audio level meters.
XDRadio is a simple to use XDialog wrapper for radio listening, It use MPlayer for radio listening and v4l2-cfg for mono-stereo shifting. It will hopefully run on any X Window system. XDRadio is intended for desktop end users with a radio card in their personal computers. It comes in 2 localized versions: French and English. The initial setup is easy, and explained in the README and with comments in the files. After this setup, you will be able to easily control your radio card.
OpenICT HF Teletype Firmware is the software that drives the digital shortwave radio teletype device developed by the OpenICT Foundation. This software can encode and decode messages in the Hellschreiber format, allowing for ease of use and minimum complexity of the radio hardware.
RMP allows remote control over playing your music files on a Linux computer. The music can be controlled via a Web interface, a smart cellphone, iPhone, Blackberry, or through a command line shell interface. If you like the song, you can download it to your phone. It supports next, searching, and volume control.
Maxi80 is an iPhone and iPod Touch application for listening to Maxi80.com, a French eighties music Web radio. The application displays the current and next show name and the cover of the current song, and allows you to send emails to the radio or DJ. A stripped down Android version is also available.