Live365 Tools and Tutorials

How to Insert Ads when using Relay
When using the Relay feature to pull streams to Live365, you should use the normal ad triggers to insert the ads. Just as you are in control of your con...
The importance of accurate metadata in Live365
Live365 needs "each" commercially produced song to be in its own track and to display the correct artist name, track title, and album. Blank metad...
Use MusicBrainz Picard to get metadata for your tracks
Accurate song title, artist, and album title are essential to your Live365 station being in compliance with licensing regulations and royalty reporting. Her...
Getting to know the Pop-out Player
Each station's licensed Pop-out Player is available for listeners in the United States, Canada, and U.K. only. This geographic availability is due to t...
Your Listener Statistics
Find out how many listeners have connected to your stream over the past week, month, or year with our built-in analytics. Active sessions include listeners ...
Stream Restrictions
Ban problematic IP addresses or block entire countries from accessing your radio station. You can also set a maximum duration that people can connect to you...
How Do I Ban Problematic Listeners?
As a Live365 Broadcaster, you have some control over who listens to your station and for how long. First, make sure you are editing the station where yo...
Are there song language restrictions on Live365?
There are no language restrictions on the Live365 platform. You may broadcast in any language you'd like. This applies to all content on the platform, ...
Accessing Live365 on Amazon Alexa
Listeners can access Live365 on Amazon Alexa using the phrase "Play Live365!" Previously, listening was only available via browser or the Live3...
How do I make sure my tracks have metadata before I add them to my Library? (Mac Edition)
On a Mac, you can add metadata to your tracks using the iTunes application. Step 1) Open your file using iTunes. (In iTunes, select File -> Add to Libr...