Free Sourcefabric Airtime Alternatives
The most popular alternative is LibreTime, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked 22 alternatives to Sourcefabric Airtime so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Sourcefabric Airtime alternatives are AzuraCast (Free, Open Source), RadioDJ (Free), OpenBroadcaster (Free, Open Source) and Rivendell (Free, Open Source).
- LibreTime is a community driven fork of SourceFabric's Airtime. It helps you run a collaborative schedule oriented radio station with a web interface. It has been updated with new features and works with modern distros and PHP 7 and above.
- AzuraCast is a free and open-source self-hosted "web radio station in a box". It includes installer tools and a powerful web interface to manage every aspect of your web radio station.
- Welcome to RadioDJ, one of the most advanced radio automation software available for free.
- OpenBroadcaster is a free ubuntu linux software to manage radio, television, digital signage and cable tv channels with a media asset management solution to automate streaming...
- Rivendell is a complete radio broadcast automation solution, with facilities for the acquisition, management, scheduling and playout of audio content.
- TrucklistStudio is a light media playlist broadcasting software. It is only capable to handle Videos, Music, Picture and Text/Animated-Gifs Overlays. It can Broadcast to almost every kind of services through FMEs XML configuration files.
- TrucklistStudioFX is the JavaFX rewritten TrucklistStudio project. It is only capable to handle videos, music, picture and text/animated gif overlays.
- Free live-assist and automated playout system capable of playing WAVs, MP3s, WMAs or MP4s.
- ZaraStudio is an application designed to automate radio stations, though its features make it useful too for supermarkets, shops, coffees...
- AirPRO is the result of an in-house effort to enhance functionality and resolve issues we experienced running the open-source Rivendell playout system at FM radio stations in the UK.