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That Was The Week That Was (TWTWTW): Edition 2
This is the second edition of TWTWTW, a weekly blog proclaiming noteworthy news in the open source world. It provides a concise distilled commentary of notable open source related news from a different perspective. For the second edition, we present a succinct catchup covering software, hardware, book releases, ending with a real Barry Bargain!

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  • Pithos
    Pithos is an open source native Pandora Radio client. It offers a lightweight alternative to the official web client. Read more Read more hot
  • Airtime
    Airtime (formerly known as Campcaster) is a radio playout and automation system. It enables radio stations to automate their broadcasts by using playlists that are scheduled for airing. Playlists can contain music, talk, or even other playlists. There is a GUI for live shows, and a Web interface, so radio station personnel can manage the station's broadcasts remotely.
  • cRadio
    cRadio is a QT - X11 interface that can control a radio card connected to your pc.
  • dbox2Tradio
    dbox2Tradio allows you to listen to radio and watch TV channels using external helper applications (such as xmms or Xine). The shell-style script remotely accesses the dbox2 and performs any action via the Web interface. It supports bouquets and is highly user configurable.
  • DJBorg
    DJBorg turns your MP3 playlist into a personalized radio station, adding randomly-generated DJ banter between tracks. Song information (based on ID3 tags), news, weather, and headlines are announced via a text-to-speech engine.
  • DMCRadio
    DMCRadio is a ncurses-based console program for radio tuner cards supported by the Video4Linux system. It also features a recording function.
  • DRadio
    DRadio is a Danmarks Radio player. It is a curses, i.e. terminal-based, frontend to MPlayer, where the available channels are collected for convenient browsing.
  • DSI Sound Station
    (commercial) DSI Sound Station is broadcast software for everything related to audio and station management. It is for broadcast radio and TV stations of all sizes. It provides hard-disk audio recording, an on-line newsroom, a disc/media cataloguer, and sales utilities (like contracts and invoices).
  • eAndora
    eAndora is a Pandora Client written in Python EFLs/Elm that uses VLC as a backend. Read more
  • Fmd2ctl
    Fmd2ctl is a command line utility used to control the radio receiver in a SF16-FMD2 soundcard.
  • fmio
    fmio sets and changes FM radio card volume and frequency.
  • fmtools
    fmtools is a pair of simple command-line utilities for ?video4linux? radio tuner cards under Linux. It includes fm for power control, tuning, and volume and fmscan for scanning for stations. They are quite simple and only implement the basic functions needed to control your devices. Other programs exist with much nicer interfaces. If you want simplicity, this is where to look.
  • Gnomeradio
    Gnomeradio is a FM-radio tuner for the GNOME desktop (version 1 and 2). It should work with every FM tuner card that is supported by video4linux. Remote controls are supported via (optional) LIRC-support. Gnomeradio can also record radio as a Wave, MP3 or Ogg files.
  • Goodvibes
    Goodvibes is a lightweight internet radio player. It offers a simple way to have your favorite radio stations at easy reach.
  • GQradio
    GQradio interfaces with radio cards through the video4linux, or the FreeBSD bktr APIs. Stations can be tuned manually, set to presets, or auto seek can find the next available frequency. The application supports theming (skins), and includes a built-in skin editor. Skin formats are similar to GQmpeg.
  • Gradio
    GRadio is a controller and graphical interface for radio hardware supported by the video4linux drivers in Linux 2.2+. It will work on Linux only, on any architecture that supports the devices themselves; at least x86 and Alpha. It may also be possible to use GRadio on SPARC with a PCI BTTV device.
  • Great Little Radio Player
    Great Little Radio Player is a robust internet radio station streamer for Ubuntu and Fedora based Linux distributions. It connects to web sites offering radio streaming and lets you play radio stations directly from that locations. With Great Little Radio Player, you will have collection of 400 radio stations worldwide.
  • iStream
    iStream is a simple GNOME panel applet that lets you play Internet radio streams and local files. It uses Gstreamer for playback.
  • Jebi
    Jebi allows users to record AM/FM radio, TV or other audio content to MP3 and automatically publish as podcast channels via RSS. The result is a Tivo-like capability for radio (Rivo?).
  • Kcast
    KCast is an audio streaming server and GUI playlist editor. It is made of two components: The server component, called Trout, is a Perl program, and can in fact be run independently of KCast so you don't need KDE or even the KDE libraries to use the server. KCast is a frontend for Trout written for KDE - it provides a user friendly interface and a playlist editor for your server. KCast requires at least the KDE libraries to run.
  • KDE Radio Station
    This tool presents you a list of internet streaming radio stations. Just select your favorite one, and the media player of your choice will pick up the right stream. More than 40 radio stations (and more than 90 streams) are already available; thanks to the decentralized structure, many more sources like Icecast directories can be added via metaservers.
  • kderadio
    kderadio is a programm that enables access to a video4linux compatible radio card. It is a real KDE programm that tries to use the KDE features to be as useful as possible.
  • KRadioRipper
    KRadioRipper is a program for recording Internet radios and other streams. For streams that provide information about the song title, it can split the stream and create an own file for each track - with a corresponding file name and corresponding metadata.
  • ktuner
    ktuner is a KDE extension of cRadio. It uses the KDE and QT libraries.
    MMXMPCR is a simple program for playing the XM PCR USB satellite radio receiver under Linux. The XM PCR is an inexpensive USB device that permits listening to XM satellite radio through a PC. The PC only provides the means for viewing and selecting channels. Audio output from the device is analog via a 1/8" phone jack that can be plugged into a computer sound card or a home stereo system.
  • OZradio
    OZradio provides a simple and easy to use application to play and Record FM Radio on BTTV Compatible cards.
  • pianobar
    pianobar is an open source console client for the popular, personalized, online internet music streaming service, Pandora. Read more
  • Pydar
    Pydar is a digital audio recorder for GTK+/GNOME and GNU/Linux. It provides scheduling recording of radio programmes. Pydar can compress programmes on the fly into either Ogg Vorbis or Ogg Speex formats as well as recording to uncompressed Microsoft WAV files. Pydar is free software licensed under the GNU General Public License.
  • PyRadio
    PyRadio is a curses-based Internet radio player. It is written in Python and uses MPlayer for media playback.
  • qAndora
    qAndora is a cross-platform Pandora player written in Python and QT that uses VLC as a streaming backend.
  • Qradio
    Qradio is a program to control the Aztech/Packard Bell radio card.
  • QtRadio
    Listen to the radio with QtRadio. It works with v4l and also with v4l2.
  • Radio Tray
    Radio Tray is an online radio streaming player that runs on a Linux system tray. Its goal is to have the minimum interface possible, making it very straightforward to use.
  • RadioActive
    RadioActive is a small radio application for Video4Linux-compatible radio tuner cards. The lowlevel functions were initially based on GRadio, but RadioActive has a traditional, "real-world radio"-like interface.
  • RadioK
    RadioK is a KDE application that gives a graphical interface for the bttv card.
  • rico_RADIO
    rico_RADIO is a small application to listen to the radio.
  • Rivendell
    Rivendell aims to be a complete radio broadcast automation solution, with the facilities for the acquisition, management, scheduling and playout of audio content. As a robust, functionally complete digital audio system for broadcast radio applications, Rivendell uses industry standard components like the GNU/Linux Operating System, the AudioScience HPI Driver Architecture and the MySQL Database Engine. Rivendell is being developed under the GNU Public License.
  • Shell.FM
    Shell.FM is a console-based player for radio streams from Last.FM.
  • Soma suite
    Soma is a suite of programs that let you play and schedule audio files from the Web. It supports extra utilities using run-time loadable modules and includes a broadcasting scheduler, a tool to control it via TCP/IP, and an utility to check configuration file syntax.
  • TunaPie
    A directory browser for internet radio and TV streams. At present, it uses the shoutcast server, but compatibility with other services is planned. Tunapie will allow you to search for streams and then launch your audio player (xmms) or NSV viewer (mplayer) of choice.
  • Unity Radio Lens
    Unity Radio Lens allows you to search, sort and listen local and remote online radio from within Unity desktop.
  • Xfce Radio Plugin
    Xfce Radio Plugin is an Xfce panel plugin which allows you to control your v4l radio device from within the panel.
  • Ximba Radio
    Ximba Radio is an application for listening to XM Satellite Radio®. It is a GTK+ based front end to the OpenXM daemon. The daemon manages a USB connected XMPCR receiver, which in turn pumps the audio signal into your audio cards input port. The daemon runs in the background and the UI connects to it to manage stations, favorites, and audio.
  • xmradio
    xmradio is a radio tuner program for X (using the Motif widget set), using NetBSD's and FreeBSD's bktr driver. It also supports Video4Linux.
  • Xtuner
    Xtuner is a X Windows front end for the RadioREVEAL and AIMS Labs RadioTrack FM radio cards.

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