RadioDNS – the open standards code which connects broadcast radio and internet data together has a new website.
The new site is a big change from the first and original design, which was put together when the project launched.
It has a cleaner, more modern design, is fully responsive and contains lots of information on hybrid radio along with documents to help broadcasters, developers and manufacturers launch RadioDNS Hybrid Radio services.
RadioDNS.org also includes an online tool to help stations create RadioDNS Hybrid Radio metadata (XSI) files.
RadioDNS is a not-for-profit international organisation, providing the RadioDNS service and support to broadcasters and device manufacturers wishing to use the technology. The project has 26 members from the United States, Europe and Australia, and over 60 supporters, with over 1900 stations currently using the technology.