Start your own internet radio show with Stationhead app
Hit the streaming radio airwaves with the Stationhead.
It’s fair to say that the radio isn’t what it used to be. How can it be when we have the whole World Wide Web at our musical disposal?
We live in a streaming world where services like Spotify spew out playlists tailor-suggested to what you like. It is the best way to find new music.
It’s great to solely get music, but one of the main reasons people still listen to the radio is for the on air personalities guiding you through the music, lulling you into a joyful mood before getting to work.
Most people who listen to alternative genres of music (anything not on the Billboard Top 100), simply wish for personalities to guide their chosen playlists, and this is where Stationhead comes into play.
Plug your ears and become a station head…
The app is a startup founded by musician Ryan Star and his childhood friend Jace Kay.
It’s a smartphone app that allows anyone to turn their playlists into a personalized radio station.
Your station will continually play music even when you’re not there, though the key is in being live, so that you can take listeners on a journey introducing songs and chatting about whatever’s on your mind.
Listeners can “bite” songs, adding them to their own station, and you can even call those listeners up to have on-air conversations.
Stationhead has cleverly integrated with existing streaming services Spotify and Apple Music, meaning that they don’t have to battle music labels.
Users will need to subscribe to one of the streaming services, but it works cross-platform meaning you only need to subscribe to one.
This is a great way for DJs to interact with listeners while sharing the music they love.
If you watched “The Boat That Rocked,” Stationhead is the reality of your movie fantasy.
Click here to check it out.