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About Us

Indie Streaming is a website where everyone can listen to the latest Indie releases in their entirety, from the moment of a record’s release on the site onwards for a maximum of two months.
Indie Streaming unites listeners and artists. Listeners will discover new music and artists will have a unique opportunity to promote their product.

How can I get featured on Indie Streaming

Mail to:
Indie Streaming
P.O. Box 1004
2600 BA Delft
The Netherlands

Our e-mail is in indiestreaming(at)gmail(dot)com.

It is also possible to advertise on Indie Streaming. Please contact us to find out more about our advertising rates.
Our email address is indiestreaming(at)gmail(dot)com.

 

Credits

The Indie Streaming theme was originally based on "New Golden Gray 1.8.3" Theme by William Pramana and Samuel T. Trassare > http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/new-golden-gray
2011: Progstreaming website created and modified theme by Wouter van Dijk & Robbert Nijhoff.
2012: Progstreaming website and theme modified by Ron Kraaijkamp (2rsweb.nl) to use progstreaming.com also on Apple's iPhone, iTouch and iPad. Also enhanced website maintenance.
2013: Created progstreamingclassic.com to give artists and listeners the opportunity to promote and listen to previous released work. Idea Markwin Meeuws, created by Ron Kraaijkamp (2rsweb.nl).
2014: Daughter site fusionmusicstreaming.com created by Wesley Derbyshire.
2014: Created classicalstreaming.com and indiemusicstreaming.com.
2015: Created popstreaming.com and festivalstreaming.com/progdreams
 

About supported environments

Indie Streaming runs either in a flash enabled or HTML5 browser. Please see note under the table below.
Indie Streaming has been tested on the following OS's en browsers:

OS Browsers
Windows XP, 32 bits, SP2 IE8, FF18, Chrome 22, Chrome 24, Opera 12, Safari 5
Windows 7, 32 bits, SP1 IE8, FF18, Chrome 24, Opera 12, Safari 5
Windows 7, 64 bits, SP1 IE8, IE9, FF18, Chrome 24, Opera 12, Safari 5
Windows 8, 64 bits IE9, IE10, Chrome 24, 
Android 4.x, tablet (Asus TF101, ICS) and TV Stick (iMito MX1, JB) Default android browser, ï»¿Chrome beta (mobile page), Opera 12 (flash enabled), Dolphin browser, FF18
IOS 5 (iPhone 4, iPad) Safari, Chrome
IOS 6 (iPhone 4 and 5, iPad) Safari, Chrome
CentOS 5.4, 64 bits. To be tested. To be tested.
Ubuntu 11. FF7, Chromium 24

 

Notes:

Other combinations might also work.

FireFox and Opera need the Flash plugin installed for the best result.
Check proper functioning at Adobe Flash Player page.
For security, check your plugins update at FireFox Plugins Check page.

On Android tablets and/or TV Sticks sometimes it is worth checking whether a desktop version works better for you. This can normally be set through the options.
This may also be valid for Chrome on IOS.

Do not forget to double click the home button and slide the taskbar to the right on your iPad to show the player controls.
On the iPhone the player will popup and plays full screen. This is default behavior. The back/previous button won't work. The forward/next button does work (although not seamlessly).

We will continue to improve support for HTML5.

 



       

 


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