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Hi all,

 

I am Gulfam Mustafa from Pakistan, a radio jockey and very new internet broadcaster. I am 25 years old. I am currently pursuing for M.Sc. in Mass Communication. Meanwhile, I also work as Assistant Manager Monitoring, Evaluation and Research in a non-profit organisation. I wish to be a good voicepro with the help of you guys. Hope, you'll guide me at every step.

 

Cheers!

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:welcome:

 

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Welcome!

 

I am a big believer that internet radio will sweep the middle east by storm, a lot of room for potential inverters, and economic growth is unstopping. The UAE is testament in this (Jabal ali has made the best Shawarma I have ever tasted). I wish you the best of luck in this pursuit.

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Welcome! How about checking out all of our great resources, contribute a little, maybe even post a demo or link us to one! That would be great! Hope you find Broadcasting World helpful!

 

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Hi Mustafa

Welcome to BW and I wish you all the best during your stay ...

BW is all about broadcasting in general .. and you can even promote your own station (at the webcasting station directory) and lots more ...

Take also a look at the articles who are written by fellow members about subjects concerning broadcasting, tools etc

 

If you have any news to share .. its possible ..

About things / issues who are important at your country, new features released at your country etc etc

You can submit yourself an article at this BW link :

http://www.broadcastingworld.net/submitnews.php

for example : it looks that India and some other countries in Asia do have a "very" good network to mobile phone users ...

If you know anything about that subject or other .. feel free to post your article .. James (the BW owner) can publish it into the upcoming time

 

ps : I made a visit to your URL link and THUMBS UP for your audioquality of your stream ... quality sounds great played with the flash player

 

So enjoy BW !

Visit and listen @ BW !

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Hi Mustafa

Welcome to BW and I wish you all the best during your stay ...

BW is all about broadcasting in general .. and you can even promote your own station (at the webcasting station directory) and lots more ...

Take also a look at the articles who are written by fellow members about subjects concerning broadcasting, tools etc

 

If you have any news to share .. its possible ..

About things / issues who are important at your country, new features released at your country etc etc

You can submit yourself an article at this BW link :

http://www.broadcastingworld.net/submitnews.php

for example : it looks that India and some other countries in Asia do have a "very" good network to mobile phone users ...

If you know anything about that subject or other .. feel free to post your article .. James (the BW owner) can publish it into the upcoming time

 

ps : I made a visit to your URL link and THUMBS UP for your audioquality of your stream ... quality sounds great played with the flash player

 

So enjoy BW !

 

I'd always try to meet your expectation. I don't know about India but 50% of the population has access to cheap and best-quality cellular/telephony services in Pakistan. Even broadband in Pakistan is one of the cheapest internet connectivity anywhere in the world. We pay US$15 per month only for unlimited bandwidth at 1Mbps link. For students, same package is available at US$10/month only. Isn't it amazing?

 

The biggest problem in Pakistan now a days is electric shortfall. Politicians are the most hateful persons here because they are known to follow foreign instructions rather than the opinion of Pakistanies themselves.

 

There has been a great boom in satellite TV and FM radio industry in recent years in Pakistan. Hundreds of TV stations and FM channels have started work within last five years while hundreds are yet to come. I am also planning to get a license for radio station at a suitable time.

 

Just wanted to let you know that terrorists (Al-Qaeda affiliated Taleban) are present in a very small part of the country (Pak-Afghan border areas). They came after US-led invasion on Afghanistan. Pakistan is the biggest victim of war against terrorism because terrorists keep moving within the borders of Pakistan and Afghanistan. Pakistani people are really worried of this situation and think that this is happened just because of Pakistan's involvement in US war. Now, Pakistan is the greatest victim of terrorism anywhere in the world. However, Pakistan Army is one of the best professional armies in the world. They are fighting with the terrorists and now terrorists have started leaving Pakistani areas.

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Thats amazing for sure !

I'm living in one of the countries (Belgium) who has the highest costs for internet

I pay for internet only = 42,95 Euro a Month or about 58 US Dollar

I'm getting jealous if I see the cost you pay :doh:

We pay US$15 per month only for unlimited bandwidth at 1Mbps link. For students, same package is available at US$10/month only. Isn't it amazing?

In fact with my project GKRadio Europe I have very often listeners from India and China who are listening by using their Nokia mobile phone, and they are tuned in for at least 2 or 3 hours.

My project is into the directories of Nokia Internetradio.

Visit and listen @ BW !

http://i.imgur.com/Ggmw4ub.gif

 

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Thats amazing for sure !

I'm living in one of the countries (Belgium) who has the highest costs for internet

I pay for internet only = 42,95 Euro a Month or about 58 US Dollar

I'm getting jealous if I see the cost you pay :doh:

 

In fact with my project GKRadio Europe I have very often listeners from India and China who are listening by using their Nokia mobile phone, and they are tuned in for at least 2 or 3 hours.

My project is into the directories of Nokia Internetradio.

 

Don't get jealous....we are far behind Belgium from many aspects.

 

How did you got listed your radio station in Nokia Internet Radio directories? What bitrate do you use for Nokia mobile users??

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You have to make an account at their website

This is a link of an old topic about this subject :

http://forums.broadcastingworld.net/showthread.php?t=7336

scroll untill my post made 24 January 2009 (first page)

at that spot you gonna find the link to the page where you can make your own account

Nokia Internet Radio directories

Please notice :

Every submit of a IP Port stream takes about 1 untill 1,5 week before you receive a notification of their services to inform you that it is accepted .. so be patience ...

Use a valid email account - for example that one of your station or your privat account ...

I stream at 128kbps (44.1kHz stereo)

however Nokia itself converts the stream to their network to a bitrate of 48, 56 untill 64kbps

So in fact the higher "your" bitrate is .. the better the results gonna be at the Nokia network.

Check out the pages .. you gonna see its very easy to manage everything ... "and" since May 1rst the Nokia account has also a "stats" tab where you can see how many people where logged in by session, by time etc

Visit and listen @ BW !

http://i.imgur.com/Ggmw4ub.gif

 

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You have to make an account at their website

This is a link of an old topic about this subject :

http://forums.broadcastingworld.net/showthread.php?t=7336

scroll untill my post made 24 January 2009 (first page)

at that spot you gonna find the link to the page where you can make your own account

 

Please notice :

Every submit of a IP Port stream takes about 1 untill 1,5 week before you receive a notification of their services to inform you that it is accepted .. so be patience ...

Use a valid email account - for example that one of your station or your privat account ...

I stream at 128kbps (44.1kHz stereo)

however Nokia itself converts the stream to their network to a bitrate of 48, 56 untill 64kbps

So in fact the higher "your" bitrate is .. the better the results gonna be at the Nokia network.

Check out the pages .. you gonna see its very easy to manage everything ... "and" since May 1rst the Nokia account has also a "stats" tab where you can see how many people where logged in by session, by time etc

 

Thank you. I have check Nokia's radio portal. Where on BW can I add my station's details?

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see :

http://www.broadcastingworld.net/webcasting/

click : listen to stations

and "add my station"

Please be sure to add your .asx file as listen link

Where on BW can I add my station's details?

If you're interested into Wi-Fi networks visit my website and use the links who referers to Wi-Fi 3G providers - you'll find them on the index into the middle section

Link to my website is written at my signature below of this

Visit and listen @ BW !

http://i.imgur.com/Ggmw4ub.gif

 

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see :

http://www.broadcastingworld.net/webcasting/

click : listen to stations

and "add my station"

Please be sure to add your .asx file as listen link

 

If you're interested into Wi-Fi networks visit my website and use the links who referers to Wi-Fi 3G providers - you'll find them on the index into the middle section

Link to my website is written at my signature below of this

 

Thank you sir. I have submitted my radio to all the directories listed by you either on your own website or BW. I have also listened to your station, it's excellent.(Y)

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Hi all,

 

I am Gulfam Mustafa from Pakistan, a radio jockey and very new internet broadcaster. I am 25 years old. I am currently pursuing for M.Sc. in Mass Communication. Meanwhile, I also work as Assistant Manager Monitoring, Evaluation and Research in a non-profit organisation. I wish to be a good voicepro with the help of you guys. Hope, you'll guide me at every step.

 

Cheers!

 

 

Hello Gulfam, welcome aboard!

 

We'll be glad to help, and with your credentials, looks like we can learn from you!

 

Have a great day!

 

Mike

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