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Hello all,

I would like to create a little Java software to retrieve a list of web radio channels and then stream them.

Are you guys aware or any java library I can use in order to retrieve the channel list/streams?

Is there any free web service providing a sort of XML channel list?

Which protocols should the Java client support?

Any suggestion are much more then appreciated!

Thanks,
Gio
 
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A little googling gave this result:

http://handheld.softpedia.com/get/Internet-Utilities/Radio-TV-Player/La-Vella-Mobile-Radio-Java-56796.shtml

If products are available for Java enabled handsets, i'm sure that something will be available. I have no idea of what to use. Hope the above link will give you some clue.
 
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Hello Shiva,

thanks for your reply. I already saw that link, but I am looking for some more specific info.

I agree with you that if there is a client for a mobile phone there must be something for J2SE...that's what I am looking for.

My idea is to have a Java client able to query a server (or anything similar) to retrieve a list of "radio links"; then rely on some external library to actually stream those links, thus listening to the radio.

I hope to hear some other tips.

Cheers,
Gio
 
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