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网络电台架设方法

注意本文附录:
附录1 新加坡媒体发展局 MDA 执照控制
附录2 Spring Singapore 2百万启动资金申请
附录3 与Spring Singapore合作的投资公司
附录4 个人投资人列表
附录5 Online Radio 的市场分析
附录6 知名的本地风险投资公司列表

随着宽带的普及,很多网友都开始喜欢用网络收听各地的电台了,通过网络收听广播不象无线电波容易受外界的干扰,音质较好。面对丰富多彩的网络电台,你是否想过有朝一日也能拥有属于自己的电台,尝试一下自己当NJ的感觉呢?其实很容易实现,即使一个新手,也可以很快打造出属于自己的网络电台。

方法一:

JetCast是由韩国的 COWON 公司推出的超强多媒体播放工具JetAudio中带的一个组件,国内各大网站均有下载,目前最新的版本是JetAudio V6.2.8(大约有14M多),另外,下载好后最好到COWON 公司官方网站下载一个中文语言包,这样,软件就是中文界面了,该软件目前的BASIC版本是免费的。
先安装英文版,然后再安装中文语言包,安装的过程很简单,最好一切都取默认值。安装完成后,在程序组中会出现JetAudio和JetCast二个快捷方式。
二、参数设置
程序运行后的界观如图(1)所示,分为二大块,左边的窄列是参数设置按钮,右边一大块是播放列表及其他播放控制。
接下来我们就来详细地说明如何设置这些参数。
1、点击界面中左上角的(Preferences)的参数弹出“参数设置”对话框,如图(2)所示,将“常规”选项中的二项全选中,过渡选项使的我们的播放效果更自然、专业。AGC自动增益系统帮助我们控制声音不会大起大落。
2、点击“麦克风”选项,这二个选项你可以全选,也可以只选择第一个,第二个不选的话,你的说话声音就不会回放到你的音箱中。如图(3)
3、点击“格式”选项,选择广播的主流音频格式,这里我们选择第二项,微软的WMA格式,下面的品质选项你可以设置音质的高低,一般我们取默认值即可。如图(4)
4、接下来设置“站点”信息,如图(5),写上你的站点一些描述性信息,方便听衆对你的了解。
5、点击“DJ”,在上面介绍一下你自己。如图
6、“时间表”选项中,如图(7),你可以设置你的广播的时间表,是全天候广播还是不定期的广播等等,选相应的选项即可,这些信息将来都会显示在听衆面前。
7、“聊天”选项是方便听衆之间交流的,选不选都可以
8、接下来设置“服务器”,如图(8),这里面的选项我们取默认值即可。最大听衆的多少取决于你的出口带宽以及服务器的配置,对于我们一般的ADSL用户,就取它的默认值“10”好了。
9、参数设置中“高级”选项不用管它,全部取默认值。
这样我们的前期准备工作就做好了,接下来就要开始广播了。
三、开始广播
1、连网。如果要想取得流畅的播放效果,最好是用宽带服务,否则的话,听衆多了可能会有迟滞现象发生。
2、选择广播节目。JetCast即可以播放录制好的节目,也可以实时的插播主持人的讲话,对于我们个人来说,硬盘中的大量音乐及其他音频文件就是现成的节目了,JetCast可以方便的将音乐加入播放列表,并编辑他们,如图(9)所示,点击下面的"+",选择添加文件就行了。
3、开始广播。双击播放列表中的一首歌,调节左边的“音箱音量调节”控制条进行本地监听,这时就会有音乐声传出来了。点击左下角的“啓动广播”按钮,这时你的电台就已经开播了。放音乐的中间,你还可以实时的插入你自己的音乐点评等等,
4、获取广播地址。要想让别人收听,就得让别人知道你的网络电台的网址,我们连上网以后,就会有一个动态的地址分配给我们的机器,这个地址可以方便的查看到,以WINXP为例,如图(10),点击右下角的ADSL图标就会弹出对话框,其中的“客户端IP地址”一项就是我们的网络电台的地址了。例中的是:218.2.68.225,因为我们选择的是微软的流媒体格式WMA,所以要想收听的话,必须输入正确的收听地址:mms://218.2.68.225:9000,(mms是网络协议,9000是我们刚才设定好的收听端口号)。
5、收听测试。上面的工作做好后,我们就可以测试了,打开realone player(低版本的realplayer不支持mms,.或者是media player,在“打开URL”窗口中输入电台的地址:mms://218.2.68.225:9000,怎么样?听到音乐了么?现在你就是电台的主持人了。赶快将你的电台地址告诉你的朋友吧。(注意,如果我们在上面的“格式”一项中选择的MP3而不是WMA格式,那么我们的电台地址就要改为:http://218.2.68.255:9000了)
6、宣传你的广播。当然要想让听衆喜欢你的广播,你的节目内容得有特色,我们这里说的宣传广播是指的让大家知道你的广播地址。一方面是通过其他的工具将我们的电台的网址告诉好友,另一方面我们也可以采取其他的措施,比如用虚拟域名的转向固定我们的电台的网址,这样以后别人就可以通过固定的虚拟域名访问我们的电台了。另外,我们用JetCast搭建的广播地址会被实时的传送到JetCast网站搜索数据库,这样,别人也可以通过JetCast的网站搜索引擎找到我们的电台,不过电台一定要开通才行。
好了,关于网络电台的搭建工作就介绍到这,相信你看了本文之后,一定会成功地拥有了自己的网络电台,另外,要想取得最佳的收听效果,最好用JetAudio来收听,他们是绝配。音质一流。
有用连接:
下载 Jet Audio: http://www.jetaudio.com/download/

下载 Jet Audio语言包: http://www.jetaudio.com/download/jetaudio_lpack.html

 

方法二:也可以用其他的软件实现:

红点直播是一款手机上的语音直播工具,为个人提供手机上的直播交流和互动服务。 网址: http://www.dian.fm

另外,也可以用网络电台架设方法 前期准备 硬件:一块浮点运算能力强劲的CPU(AthlonXP或者Pentium 4以上最佳);一块好的 声卡(低CPU占用者佳,如创新Live!和Audigy系列);良好的上行带宽(至少是ISDN,可以承受2~3位听众);一只麦克风(过一过当DJ的瘾)。当然以上只是推荐配置,低点也可以。 软件:Windows Media编码器9.0:资源占用小,低比特率下音质较高,易学易用且免费;众多的数字音频格式文件:MP3、MPC、WMA、APE、WAV或者CD,甚至VCD、DVD等。 Windows Media编码器9.0 的设置 启动Windows Media编码器,软件会自动弹出设置向导,选默认的“广播实况事件”即可。然后选择一块录音质量比较好的声卡作为音频设备,假如只有一块板载的AC’97,选默认就行了。此后的选择是选择发送广播的服务器,是现在正在用的PC呢,还是有专用的Windows Media服务器。我等DIYer当然只能用自己的电脑了。选择〃自编码器拉传递〃即可。Windows Media编码器默认的服务端口是8080端口,但是最好不要用这个默认设置,点击〃查找可用端口〃选择一个当前没有占用的端口,选择一个比较容易记的数字。 编码选项是关系到带宽和音质的,同时也关系到对系统资源的占用,非常关键。系统配置较高的话可以选择〃多比特率编码(CBR)〃,选中135/70/54Kbps三种可以适应更多带宽状况。如果不打算录音,建议不要将广播保存到文件。以免占用不必要的硬盘空间。 注意:以上设置中最重要的就是编码比特率的选择,如果你现在仍然无法确定应该用何种编码比特率,请一个网友帮助你测试是很好的选择。 小喇叭开始广播啦! 调试之前还需要修改系统默认的录音选项。打开音频控制面板,点击“查看-音频面板-混音器-录音控制-选项-属性-显示下列音量控制”,复选“Stereo Mixer”(由于声卡的不同,主要由于驱动内的名称定义不同,不同系统上这个选项名称可能会有所不同),选择一个可以录制系统全部声音的选项(一个不是很明确的选项,像这里的Stereo Mixer并没有说明是什么设备,不像“Mic”之类的那么确定)。选好以后关掉“录音控制”。 注意:如果你找不到这个选项,请更新一下声卡驱动程序,板载AC’97都有这个选项,大多数声卡都是支持采集系统全部声音的。录音设备的选择是非常重要的,它关系到实时采集的电台是否可以“出声”。如果设置不正确,你将不能建立实时采集的电台。 设置好编码器后点击“开始编码”并找到喜欢的音乐就可以开始广播了,注意要关掉防火墙(尤其是WinXP自带的)。此时使用任何播放器播放的音频都会通过他的个人电台对外广播出去,所以可以自由选择播放器,尽量使用音质优秀,系统资源占用小的播放器就行了。现在,可以开始邀请好友来听自己开播的电台了!地址是: mms //你的IP地址 你自定义的端口

附录1:新加坡媒体发展局 http://www.mda.gov.sg


The Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA) promotes and regulates the media sector, so as to contribute towards economic growth and help foster a cohesive and inclusive society in Singapore​.
A statutory board under the Ministry of Communications and Information, MDA was formed on 1 January 2003 by the merger of the Singapore Broadcasting Authority, the Films and Publications Department and the Singapore Film Commission.


Regulation and Licensing

In supporting the growth of Singapore’s media sector, MDA fosters a conducive business environment through regulatory policies that encourage investment and innovation, while providing more content choices for consumers.
Through a dual approach of co-regulation and consultation, MDA lowers the barriers for commercial entry and industry growth, and ensures that Singaporeans continue to have access to quality local content.
To safeguard consumer and public interest, MDA will not hesitate to take firm action against licensees that breach their licensing conditions or our content guidelines. In the year of review, MDA looked into 41 content and 83 licensing breaches.

For example, two radio deejays – one from SPH Unionworks’ Hot FM91.3 and the other from MediaCorp’s Gold 90.5FM – were found to have breached the FTA Programme Code for inappropriate remarks made during their shows, and both stations incurred financial penalties for the breaches.
MDA also fined SingNet for failing to comply with the licensing condition of the quality of service when some 115,000 mio TV subscribers experienced an island-wide service disruption on 13 May 2012 during the concluding matches of the 2011/2012 Barclays Premier League.

[MDA report pdf]

 

附录2: Spring Singapore

Business Angel Scheme (BAS) (www.spring.gov.sg)
Start-ups that obtain investment interest and commitment from any of the business angel investors can apply for matching investment from SPRING SEEDS Capital, SPRING’s investment arm. SPRING may match the investment dollar-for-dollar for up to a maximum of S$2 million. Both SPRING SEEDS Capital and the business angel investors will take equity stakes in the company in proportion to their investments.

Eligibility
To be considered for matching investments under the Business Angel Scheme, you should meet the following criteria:
Singapore-based with core activities carried out in Singapore
Incorporated as a Private Limited company, and for less than 5 years
Have paid-up capital of at least S$50,000
Able to demonstrate substantial innovative and intellectual content for products and/or services and/or applications
Be able to demonstrate high growth potential with clear scalability for the global market



附录3: Other Business Angel Investors list:
Accel-X
Mr Edmund Yong
Tel : 6516 5451
Email : admin@accel-x.com 
Website :www.nus.edu.sg/enterprise/accelx.html
Start-ups from any sector which are potentially scalable


August Capital Partners
Mr Sameer Narula 
Email : ops@acpven.com
Website : www.acpven.com
Supply Chain & Logistics Technology, Health and Med Tech, Nutritional Science, Data Analytics and other high growth sectors that have a regional or global impact


BAF Spectrum
Ms Jenny Law 
Email : info@bafspectrum.com 
Website : www.bafspectrum.com/
ICT, Digital Media, Mobile, Web, Innovation in Healthcare and Education Services


Individual Angels
Mr Choun Chee Kong 
Email : cheekong@hotmail.com
IT, Mobile Technology, Education


Jungle Ventures
Mr Amit Anand 
Email : amit@jungle-ventures.com
New Media, ICT, Web, Mobile, Design, Consumer Products, Hospitality, Social Impact


Majuven
Mr Rohit Singh
Email : info@majuven.com 
Website : www.majuven.com
Biomedical Sciences, Digital Convergence Technology and Services, and Sustainable Technologies (Energy, Water and Food)


Small World Group Angels
Ms Chong Chiet Ping
Email : chietping@smallworldgroup.com 
Website : www.smallworldgroup.com
Clean Tech, Optical Systems, Advanced Materials, Web, ICT


附录4 [私人投资人列表Private investors list: ] https://angel.co/singapore/investors
[ https://www.investmentnetwork.sg/singapore-angel-investors ]



附录5 : 市场分析
Online video has been the subject of a fair amount of research of late, and is certainly worthy of the attention. But, Edison Research and Arbitron would like to remind everyone that there’s something else out there called online radio, and among users, it’s far ahead of online video in terms of weekly consumption. According to the researchers’ study, self-reported time spent per week is about 3 times higher for weekly online radio listeners (11 hours and 56 minutes) than for weekly online video viewers (4 hours). And the gap’s only getting bigger.





附录6 : A list of venture capital firms in Singapore

Digital Media Partners

dmpDigital Media Partners (DMP) is a venture capital firm focusing on emerging digital markets and dedicated to the development of the consumer internet. They only invest in companies that serve markets in Southeast Asia outside of Singapore, though having an office in Singapore is fine. They focus on startups that are revenue generating and owns a product with market fit, and will put in US$500,000 to US$1 million a deal. They will do follow-up investments as necessary in the US$1.5 million to US$2 million range. They are also positioned to help companies who have found traction in one market and are expanding to the next.

August 2014: Led a US$1.5 million series A round in Thai fashion estore WearYouWant (read more).

March 2013: Involved in a US$3.2 million round for Singapore-based digital ad platform AdzCentral (read more).

2011: Led a US$1 million series A round for epayments firm 2C2P, which has a presence in Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, Malaysia, and other markets (read more).

Far East Ventures

far east venturesA corporate VC belonging to Far East Organization, the largest property developer in Singapore. It plans to invest from seed to growth stage in any sector, and claims that investments need not have strategic value for the parent organization. It focuses on startups in the US and Southeast Asia.

December 2014: Involved in a US$90M round in Hampton Creek, which creates synthetic eggs (read more).

2015: Invested in RedMart, a Singapore-based online grocer (read more)

Fenox Venture Capital

dmpA venture capital firm headquartered in Silicon Valley but also has a presence in Singapore, Indonesia, Japan,  Korea, and the Middle East. It invests in early and growth stage companies. The principal, Eddy Lee, shuttles between Singapore and San Francisco (Disclosure: Fenox invested in Tech in Asia).

August 2014: Invested an undisclosed amount in wedding services website Bridestory (read more).

May 2014: Part of a US$560,000 seed round for Singapore property site 99.co (read more).

October 2013: Part of a US$2 million series A round for Malaysian online personal finance platform iMoney (read more).

Golden Gate Ventures

golden gate ventures

Golden Gate Ventures is an early and growth stage investment firm that backs startups in Southeast Asia. It has support from TIS and ESVF. Its key partners and team members are: Vinnie Lauria, Jeffrey Paine, Paul Bragiel, Michael Lints, and Justin Hall (bios and social media profiles here).

May 2014: Part of a US$560,000 round for Singapore property site 99.co (read more).

January 2014: Part of a series A round for baby ecommerce site Bilna (read more).

December 2013: Part of a US$2.3 million Series A round for epayments company Coda Payments (read more).

Gree Ventures

gree venturesGree Ventures is a Japanese venture capital firm. It recently raised US$50 million to invest in growth stage startups across Asia.Kuanhua Hsu is the principal based in Singapore.

July 2014: Led a US$4.5 million round in Hong Kong hotel mobile booking app HotelQuickly (read more).

May 2014: Involved in a US$1.3 million round for Singapore-based mobile rewards company Yoyo Holdings (read more).

January 2013: Led a series A round for Indonesia-based fashion ecommerce store Berrybenka (read more).

Hera Capital Partners

dmpAn “entrepreneurial investment firm” that backs companies in the consumer, media, retail, and technology space. They invest between US$1 million to US$10 million per company.

April 2014: Invested US$2.6 million in Reworld Media, a media company in France (read more).

November 2013: Put US$2 million into Wildfire, a Singapore and China-based social media company (read more).

December 2012: Invested in The Stakeholder Company, a business intelligence firm.

IMJ Investment Partners

imj investment partnersIMJ is a Japanese venture capital firm that invests in early and growth stage startups throughout Southeast Asia. Koichi Saitorepresents the firm in Singapore.

August 2014: Joined a US$1.5 million series A round in Thai fashion estore WearYouWant (read more).

August 2014: Joined a US$620,000 seed round in Thai education startup Taamkru (read more).

July 2014: Joined a US$1 million seed round in Philippine remittance startup Ayannah (read more).

Infocomm Investments

infocomm-investmentsInfocomm Investments is a wholly-owned venture capital subsidiary of Singapore government agency IDA. It manages over S$200 million (US$160 million). It invests in startups in Asia-Pacific and the world, and is an investor in Singapore startup accelerator JFDI.

March 2014: Led a US$2.1 million round in Singapore startup accelerator JFDI (read more).

May 2013: Joined a US$40 million round for Singapore’s luxury e-store Reebonz (read more).

April 2013: Joined a US$12 million series B round for Japanese crowdsourced translation service Gengo (read more).

Intel Capital

intel capitalIntel Capital is the corporate venture arm of Intel. It invests in companies in the growth stage and above.Deepak Natarajan, its director in Singapore, manages investments in Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.

June 2014: Invested in New Zealand exercise management and virtual coaching startup Performance Lab (read more).

June 2014: Led a series A round for India’s mobile app CRM platform Helpshift (read more).

October 2013: Invested in Singapore-based cloud consultancy firm CloudFx (read more).

Jungle Ventures

jungle venturesJungle Ventures is an early and growth stage investment firm that funds startups in India, Southeast Asia, China, and the US. It has support from the Singapore government through the TIS program and the ESVF scheme. It has a a team of 16 partners and advisors, led by founder and managing partner Amit Anand.

July 2014: Involved in a US$2.5 million series A round for India-based mobile payment startup Pokkt (read more).

October 2013: Part of a US$2 million series A round for Malaysian online personal finance platform iMoney (read more).

October 2013: Part of a US$3 million seed round for Singapore-based epayments startup Fastacash (read more).

Majuven

majuvenAn early and growth stage venture capital firm. Its partners are: Lim Ho Kee, chairman of SingPost,  Lee Hsien Yang, former CEO of SingTel and the brother of Singapore’s Prime Minister, Low Teck Seng, CEO of NRF, and Lu Yoh Chie, founder of Biosensors International. It backs startups in Singapore and Asia. Khairu Rejal is one of the investment managers.

March 2014: Involved in a series D round of undisclosed amount in Rigel Technology, which makes water and energy-saving restroom products.

December 2013: Involved in a US$2 million series D round in ERP software company Anacle Systems.

February 2013: Involved in a US$1.6 million series A round in green technology startup BioMax.

Monk’s Hill Ventures

monk's hillMonk’s Hill Ventures is a new US$80 million fund supported by the Singapore government’s ESVF program. The firm looks at growth stage companies in Southeast Asia, with a ballpark deal size ranging between US$1 million to $3 million at 15 to 30 percent equity. Its two managing partners are serial entrepreneur Peng-Tsin Ong and former Infocomm Investments CEO Kuo-Yi Lim. Rocket Internet senior executive Stefan Jung is a partner.

New Asia Investments

new asia investmentsAn investment firm managing US$22 million that focuses on med tech, clean tech (water and energy), and industrial innovations. It is supported by the ESVF scheme and invests in growth stage startups.

August 2011: Invested in Microlight Sensors, a Singapore company that high-end optical systems for specialized applications (read more).

October 2011: Part of a US$5.2 million series B round for BioMers, a med tech startup in Singapore (read more).

February 2011: Invested in a series A round for MINT Membranes, a water treatment startup in Singapore (read more).

NSI Ventures

nsiA US$50 million fund that invests in Southeast Asian startups in the series A or B stage. It focuses on B2B and B2C startups targeting local, regional, or global markets. It’s part of private equity firm Northstar Group.

February 2014: Led an US$8 million series A round in CXA, a health and wellness platform (read more).

Rakuten Ventures

rakuten logoRakuten Ventures is a relatively new US$100 million corporate venture fund belonging to Japanese internet giant Rakuten. Headed by Saemin Ahn, it invests in early and growth stage startups across Asia-Pacific, US, and Israel.

May 2014: Involved in a US$1 million seed round for Korean file sharing app Send Anywhere (read more).

February 2014: Joined a US$3.5 million series A round for Singapore-based visual recognition startup ViSenze (read more).

December 2013: Part of a US$2.3 million Series A round for epayments company Coda Payments (read more).

Rebright Partners

imj investment partnersA Japanese venture capital firm that focuses on early stage startups in Southeast Asia, but also does Series A once in a while. Takeshi Ebihara is the founder and general partner.

October 2013: Part of a US$2 million series A round for Malaysian online personal finance platform iMoney (read more).

October 2013: Involved in a seed round of undisclosed amount for Indonesian enterprise marketplace IndoTrading (read more).

September 2013: Joined a seed round of undisclosed amount for Indonesian restaurant information site Qraved (read more).

SBI Ven Capital

sbi ven capitalSBI Ven Capital is a fund supported by the ESVF program that invests in growth stage startups throughout Asia. It is the overseas private equity arm of SBI Holdings, one of the largest private equity firms in Japan.

April 2013: Invested US$4 million in a series B round in Panviva, an Australian enterprise software company (read more).

August 2012: Invested US$3 million in Liqvid, an elearning company from India (read more).

October 2011: Part of a US$20 million series C round for Contour Energy Systems, a portable battery startup in California (read more).

Sequoia Capital

sequoia capitalSequoia is one of the top venture capital firms in the world. However, its Singapore rep, Yinglan Tan, is part of the Indian office. In Asia, Sequoia primarily invests in China and India startups at the growth stage and above.

August 2014: Involved in a US$25 million series C round for India-based data protection startup Druva (read more).

July 2014: Joined a US$16 million series B round for India’s cloud telephony company Knowlarity Communications (read more).

July 2014: Led a US$14 million series B round for Bangalore-based retail loyalty and CRM company Capillary Technologies (read more).

SingTel Innov8

singtel innov8Innov8 is the corporate venture capital fund of Singapore’s largest telco SingTel with an initial fund size of US$200 million. Headed by CEO Edgar Hardless, the fund has a team of eight spread out across Asia. It invests in growth and later stage startups in Asia Pacific, Europe, and the US.

August 2014: Joined a US$25 million series B round in US enterprise data protection startup Bitglass (read more).

July 2014: Involved in a US$2.5 million series A round for India-based mobile payment startup Pokkt (read more).

April 2014: Part of a US$3.18 million series B round for Singapore-based cyber surveillance startup KAI Square (read more).

Vertex Venture

sbi ven capitalThis venture capital firm is the wholly-owned subsidiary of Temasek Holdings, an investment firm owned by the Singapore government. It recently announced a new US$80 million fund for Singapore startups. It targets growth and late stage companies.

July 2014: Joined a US$15 million series B round in taxi booking app GrabTaxi (read more).

January 2014: Involved in a US$46.5 million series B round in Californian medtech startup Invantis (read more).

January 2014: Led a US$15 million series C round in Indian kids ecommerce site FirstCry (see more).

Walden International

walden internationalWalden is an international venture capital firm that invests in early and growth stage startups in Southeast Asia. Soo Ping Yong and Kris Leong are its two vice presidents based in Singapore. It receives support from the TIS program and the ESVF scheme.

February 2014: Joined a US$3.5 million series A round for Singapore-based visual recognition startup ViSenze (read more).

November 2013: Joined a US$3million series B round for Singapore-based fashion social network Clozette (read more).

April 2013: Invested in Indonesian social travel site Burufly (read more).


As much as we want to include everyone here, we have to leave out venture capital firms that invest in the region but don’t have an office in Singapore. We also have to exclude firms that invest only in early stage startups. Nonetheless, the investment community here is close-knit, so getting in touch with these firms would also mean potential introductions to investors not in this list.


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