How to watch JPopsuki TV!
Finally a nice way to advertise our awesome streaming PV station again!
Yes, JPopsuki TV is still/again around and currently kicking with over 2000 PV's in it's playlist. Unfortunately there is no way to introduce a request system currently but the station is running non-stop 24/7 on random and well... thats got to do it for now. But luckily there should be something for every taste in the stream, from pop, rock over electro and the usual suspects. Just check it out if you didn't so far!
Again there are different ways to watch our stream.
Either you load this playlist with your WinAMP (or any other player that supports those): JPopsukiTV.pls
Or you copy one of the following links directly into a player like VLC, WinAMP and others that support VP6 video:
jpopsuki.fm:8800/;stream.nsv (for the German server, 50 viewers max)
And last but not least, there is also a way to watch this stream right here in your browser if you got the VLC Browser-Plugin installed. (this should work with IE, Firefox and Opera)
Watch JPopsuki TV in Browser Pop-Up (German Server)
How to listen to JPopsuki Radio!
JPopsuki Radio is now also "back" and hopefully better than ever, but foremost - here to stay in its 192kbps MP3 glory.
We will try our best to entertain you with a random playlist of currently over 15000 songs in our "off-time" and with the occessional live show.
There will also be genre themed playlists to specific times each day/week which will be displayed in the schedule down below, they are not ready yet so the schedule seems kinda empty.
Below is also the main hub for all radio information, while it still has some problems - the recent tracks list is kinda buggy - it should give you some insight into whats currently playing and an easy way to tune in. Use the "Pop-up" link below to have the stream info display in its own popup windows in case you want to use the embedded flash player, otherwise use one of the playlist icons to connect using your own media player.
You can also find the stream in the ShoutCast and IceCast streaming directorys or via various Android and iPhone apps for stream listening.
Now all left to say is: enjoy!