At the top of the of the Radio Page Settings pane, you can customise the station name that appears at the top of your Radio Page. Further details on the Radio Page Settings pane are provided below:
Station Name - You can enter a name for your station in the Station Name text box. Your Station Name can be different from your chosen Airtime subdomain. Your Station Name will appear in large letters in the top middle of your Radio Page.
Station Description - You can enter a description of your radio. The description will appear below the Station Name in the top middle of your Radio Page. If you choose not to enter a description, you will simply see “Powered by Airtime Pro” at top of your Radio Page.
Station Tags - Enter short descriptions of the type of media that your station is playing. These are a great convenient way for new listeners to get a feel for what kind of media you like to play. Some examples of genre tags include: country, pop, jazz, rock, metal, experimental, talk radio, j-pop, etc. Once you are done typing in a tag, hit enter or comma on your keyboard to submit it. You will know that you have successfully submitted a tag when you see the tag in a little white box. To remove a tag, click on the x in the box beside the tag name.
Social Media Links
You can optionally add social media links directly to your Radio Page. When enabled, you will see the social media buttons below your station logo on the left side of the Radio Page.
Facebook Link - If you have a Facebook page that you would like to link directly to your Radio Page, input the URL in the Facebook link textbox. Make sure to click the checkbox to put the link onto your page. When enabled, you will see the Facebook logo appear in the Navigation Bar on the left side of the Radio Page, just below your station logo. If the box remains unchecked, the Facebook logo and link will not appear on your Radio Page (even if you have a link in the textbox above it).
Twitter Link - If you have a Twitter page that you would like to link directly to your Radio Page, input the URL in the Twitter link textbox. Make sure to click the checkbox to put the link onto your page. When enabled, you will see the Twitter logo appear in the Navigation Bar on the left side of the Radio Page, just below your station logo. If the box remains unchecked, the Twitter logo and link will not appear on your Radio Page (even if you have a link in the textbox above it).
YouTube Link - If you have a YouTube page that you would like to link directly to your Radio Page, input the URL in the YouTube link textbox. Make sure to click the checkbox to put the link onto your page. When enabled, you will see the YouTube logo appear in the Navigation Bar on the left side of the Radio Page, just below your station logo. If the box remains unchecked, the YouTube logo and link will not appear on your Radio Page (even if you have a link in the textbox above it).
Station Page Image Customization
Station Logo - To upload a custom logo for your Radio Page, click on the Choose file button. You can upload the following file formats for your custom logo: .jpg, .png or .gif. Anything larger than 2000 x 2000 will be resized. The default logo is the block letter RADIO which will appear either in white letters or black letters depending on which Navigation Bar style you have chosen. (See image above).
Station Background Image - You can customise your background image. Anything larger than 2000x2000 will be resized by Airtime. To upload a file, click on the Choose file button. A new window will pop up for you to choose an image for you to upload from your computer. You can upload the following file formats for your custom background: .jpg, .png or .gif
Show Logos - This new Radio Page also incorporates your show logos. You can upload show logos from the Calendar tab. Selected Calendar > Edit Show > Style > Show Logo. Read more about it here.
Album Art - Airtime Pro will automatically stream album art for the current track in the bottom left corner of the Radio Page. The album art is automatically sourced from an online database according to the metadata that you have entered for each track. In order to make the best use of this feature, be sure that your uploaded tracks have accurate metadata. If you wish to have album art displayed be sure that the ‘Show album cover art’ checkbox is selected in Settings > Radio Page > Radio Page Styling (described in detail in the following section). If Airtime Pro can’t find appropriate album art, the album art space will remain blank. You can opt out of this feature by deselecting the Show Album Cover Art checkbox described below.
Radio Page Styling
The Radio Page Styling section allows you to further customize the look of your Radio Page.
Show login button - With this setting, you can choose to hide the login link from your Radio Page Navigation Bar. If this box is checked, your login button (pictured above) will appear on your Radio Page. Displaying this button will make it easier for you or your DJs to be able to login and access your Airtime Pro instance.
Show embed button - The embed link will appear at the bottom right corner of your Radio Page if this box is checked. The embed button allows users to access the code for a player widget such that they could embed your radio station on their website.
When a listener clicks on the embed button on your Radio Page there will be a window that pops up with text that they can copy and paste into their website code. If you prefer to have more control over who can share your radio station in this way, leave the Show Embed button unchecked.
Show Album Cover Art - In the bottom left corner of the Radio Page, you have the option to show the cover art from the album of the current song. The song title and artist metadata is compared to an album art database. To ensure that the most appropriate album art is displayed, make sure that your track metadata is complete. Occasionally mismatched album art might occur. You have the option to opt out of the Cover Art matching service by leaving the checkbox unchecked.
Navigation bar style - You can choose between a dark colour or light colour Navigation Bar. Depending on your Station logo and Station background, you might find that one style of Navigation Bar looks better than the other. The change is purely cosmetic. The dark style Navigation Bar is shown on the left. The light colour Navigation bar is shown on the right. The RADIO text of the default station logo will automatically adjust according to your Navigation Bar style choice.
Radio Page Colour Scheme - You can change the accent colour of your Radio Page to better match your logo or background. Your choice of colours: orange, coral, green, blue or aquamarine. (pictured below). You will see the accent colour in the Navigation Bar, Schedule tab and Podcasts tab.
Don’t forget to click the SAVE button at the top or bottom of the Radio Page Settings Pane. If you have your Radio Page opened in a separate tab, you can reload the page to see your saved changes.