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Stream and record radio in real time

Stream and record radio in real time

We all know the value of recording TV shows to watch later, but did you know that a simple, free service now does the same for your favorite radio shows? Check out DAR.fm to see how it works.

Get started by creating your free account at DAR.fm and logging into the service. You will start with the recording screen, where you can search and find your favorite radio stations and shows. DAR.fm features several ways to help you, including the best shows, genres, and a search feature.

When you find the program you want, click on it to see all the details. Here I am selecting BBC Newshour to record. All future shows will be recorded until you cancel that show.

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Select the Scheduled screen from the menu bar and you will see a complete list of shows you need to record, as well as shows you have previously recorded. On this screen, you can also cancel the recording of future broadcasts.

Recordings are made as mp3 files and placed in a storage locker at mp3tunes.com, where you can access them. The free account is good for limited storage and you can pay for more storage if you need it.

Then, from the player screen, you can stream any of your recorded shows directly from the web.

But that is not all. DAR.fm recordings are also available to stream on iOS, Android, Blackberry, and Windows Phone 7. It is also available on any computer with a modern operating system.

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And there is more! You can record your show on Roku, Grace Digital Radios, and Logitech Squeezebox devices.

With DAR.fm, you can listen to your favorite radio shows from virtually anywhere. Good listening.