How to Record Internet Radio Shows

Imagine being able to automatically record your favorite internet radio shows, and then listen whenever you want on your PC, iPod or MP3 Player. It's really easy to do! With thousands of the most popular radio stations broadcasting over the internet, you can turn your your PC into an awesome Internet Radio recorder.

Replay A/V from Applian Technologies is far and away the best solution for capturing internet radio shows. It's a powerful recording program with a built-in media guide to find radio shows and stations. Recorded radio shows can be turned into MP3 files or even burned to a CD. The included Replay Player lets you skip over the ads and other unwanted programming as you listen. And with Replay A/V's Stream Capture technology, you can even record 10 or more shows from the internet simultaneously!

Note: This tutorial shows you how to set up a recording using the Replay Media Guide in Replay A/V, which has thousands of listings. For shows or stations NOT in the Media Guide, read the tutorial How to Record Any Internet Radio Show.

Here's how to Record Internet Radio Shows with Replay A/V:

  1. Download and install Replay A/V.
  2. Open Replay A/V. Here's how it appears:

  3. From the top menu, click Shows, Add Radio Show. The Media Guide appears at the Find Radio Show screen:

  4. In this example, we'll look for the "Car Talk" radio show. Enter a show name to locate, then click Find Show. The results of your search appear like this:

  5. Click the symbol to add the show to your recordings list. (If you want to learn more about the station, click the symbol.) The new show (Car Talk) appears in Replay A/V like this:

  6. You can make any customizations to your recording here. Many people choose to make MP3 files by picking from the After Recording, Convert to setting.
  7. Click OK, and Car Talk is added to the list of shows. You'll see it listed and scheduled like this:

    Car Talk added

Leave Replay A/V running, and when the Car Talk show starts, Replay A/V will find it on the internet and record it for you. It's that easy!

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