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AIR is our broadcaster API that offers several methods for broadcasters and other publishers to send playlist information to TuneIn in real-time!
When you implement AIR, your listeners will be able to:
For starters, you will need your TuneIn assigned station ID. Your station ID, can be found at the end of the URL for your station page when accessing it from https://tunein.com. For example, the station ID for ‘tunein.com/radio/tuneinstation-s######/’ would be ‘s######’.
Some broadcasting software make it easy to use our AIR API via a plugin or with input fields specifically created for your TuneIn station Id, partnerId and partnerKey to be placed in.
Airtime Pro provides instructions for adding API credentials to their software here
Broadcast Electronics’ The Radio Experience includes a plugin that can be downloaded here
LiveWebDJ’s TuneIn.com API Integration Instructions can be found here
MegaSeg provides an FAQ for set up here
OtsAV’s now playing software can be downloaded here
ProppFrexx has a topic in their message board dedicated to our API set up here
RadioJar help page for implementation is here
ShoutIRC’s wiki page for AIR API configure is here
Spacial Audio’s Sam Broadcaster uses the SAMRadioTime.pal script.
Spinitron’s User Guide referencing how to implement our API can be found here
TuneIn Auto Post is a service unaffiliated with TuneIn that “allows you to post your Radio Stations ‘Now Playing’ songs to TuneIn”. More information can be found here
Instructions for the following broadcasting software solutions can be found here:
Arctic Palm’s CSRDS
P Squared Myriad
Please have your TuneIn station ID, partner ID and partner key when contacting the following software solutions for setup support:
Wide Orbit at firstname.lastname@example.org
NextGen Digital at email@example.com
MyAutoDJ’s SHOUTcast Widgets* at firstname.lastname@example.org
* – denotes pay-for solutions for broadcasters
Requests to the AIR API are very simple. An example call appears as follows…
Your partnerId replaces <partnerId>, partnerKey replaces <partnerKey>, and stationId (including the preliminary ‘s’) replaces <stationId>. Title and artist information should be set to be updated by your broadcast software in correspondence with the currently playing song.
|title||The name of the song|
|artist||The name of the associated artist|
|album||The name of the associated album|
|commercial||Set to true if the now playing broadcast is in commercial rather than a song|
Check the status code for success or failure result (200 means success)