06-08-2010 05:39 PM
I use mysqueezebox.com and then I got to Favorites page and then I use the blue edit icon on the right. I cut and paste any station and use "add a favorite" ( It doesn't which entry you copied.) I then add the appropriate call letters and I get the station ID. from RadioTime.com etc. or even the 'listen live' page from the radio station itself. Once you add it to the favorites page I then use the remote control on mysqueezebox.com and click on favorites and hit play. If you have added the station you will see it in right side window and a picture or writing will come on the window. If it is playing, I simply go to the radio, because the radio will be playing that station and hit the preset number where you want to save the station.
I forgot to add, if you're outside the US., this probably won't work.
Let me know if this helps
06-08-2010 05:45 PM
I usually find it with a mouse-over on RadioTime.com or the 'Listen Live" on the radio station. I just copy the 5 digit number and ignore all the other numbers which are usually part of java. RadioTime.com has a pretty good section for developers. I am not a programmer or developer.
Hope this helps
06-10-2010 11:58 AM
i have lost an additional 3 stations (making the total at least 7). i have tried all the suggestions posted with no success. neither logitech or the specific radio stations seem interested in helping. you would think the stations would want as many listeners as possible but i am being to think ther is more at play here. they do want as many conventional listerners and even P.C. listeners as possible but maybe they do not want INTERNET RADIO listeners. it's just a guess but when listening via the internet radio you don't see the (paid) ads (it seems likely that this is at least a business model conflict). therefore i think the big station owners will continue to try and make it very difficult to listen this way. i have contacted at least 4 stations directly after losing their station on my iRadio; only 1 even tried to help and it is a small independent station. the others never replied to either my emails or returned my phone calls after hearing about my specfic problem. even more recently, several of these stations will not even play on radiotime.com.
i hope i am wrong (and i very well may be) about this and that it is a temporary problem because i have LOVED(!!!) my squeezebox. i guess i will continue to use it for internet only stations but i listen primarily to radio streaming (many of stations where we previously lived and enjoyed continuing keeping up with the local "news").