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Scheduled advert files with airtime
  • Hi !

    I'm coming to you today for a simple request :
    I'm learning how Airtime is working to use it on my WebRadio station. We are broadcasting on a plateform named "Radionomy", but radionomy require that we broadcast two adverts files per hours with correct metadatas "Advert: - Advert:" .

    After few searches  on developers forums, wikis and stuff ... I didn't find anything and I hope that you could help me in that quest of solution. Thank you and have a good day,

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  • Yes, this is not in Airtime. I get around it by having a 3 minute repeating show with the content in. :( Its a pain to set up - takes ages.
    No longer using Airtime or Libretime.
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  • Thanks for your answer, I see how it works now. But, how to schedule a repetion twice an hour between xx:10 / xx:20 et xx:40 / xx:55 ?
  • I have read the post... I have same question (another thread).

    The post is not helpful at all. You are right... how can we schedule the time or after x played tracks.
  • Of course, scheduling should not "cut" the playing track... but to wait to finish the track.