Live365 Tools and Tutorials

Initial Station Setup
After signing up for a station, you will need to choose a station name, music genres, programming timezone, and station logo. Before you can use Live365, yo...
Understanding your Station Settings: Station Profile Tab
This is how you can change the information displayed on your profile page and pop-out player: station logo, cover art, music genres, station description, an...
Configuring Your Social Links on the Station Profile Page
When entering your social media links in the Station Profile tab, you must begin your URLs with " http:// " or " https:// " to avoid a 4...
Track Types
Track Types are a Live365-internal way to organize the tracks in your library. There are 5 track Types available to choose from. Track Types are predefined ...
Track Categories
Categories (formerly called Tags) are a user-defined way of organizing tracks in your Live365 library. Categories can help to make searching your Library an...
AutoDJ Settings
AutoDJ helps to ensure that your station is broadcasting 24/7. If your 3rd-party encoder becomes disconnected, for any reason, AutoDJ will help to ensure th...
AutoDJ Separation Rules
AutoDJ Separation Rules are an important feature that controls the frequency with which tracks, artists and albums are repeated when AutoDJ is selecting tra...
Crossfade Settings
The Crossfade settings screen on your Station Menu lets you have more control over the crossfade transitions between your Music and Talk tracks.  The Cr...
What happens if I don't schedule an Event?
If you haven't added any Events to your Schedule, you can still broadcast by putting your Live365 station into AutoDJ mode. When AutoDJ is enabled, y...
Recurring Events
Do you want an Event to play at the same time every week, or every day? This internal scheduling feature makes it easy to schedule a Playlist multiple times...