2% of streaming is done using Internet Exploder

December’s results are in. The trend to stream using mobile devices rolls on.

Triton Digital Report

Triton Digital is the biggest platform for radio streaming and has “instrumentation” for other streaming services. It isn’t measuring everything, but most of the big domestic streamers.

Streaming companies that still don’t offer native HTML5 streaming are going to fall out of the marketplace. Flash and Silverlight are dead, and rightly so.

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4 Responses to 2% of streaming is done using Internet Exploder

  1. Parrott says:

    I clicked on the Triton Digital Report. I understand the cumo-lost, I listen to Chris Plante so I am probably counted there.
    What would Alex jones show up as ? He’s just flash I think but I use VLC to listen to him.
    KNZZ uses something like http://www.stations.xyz/radio/player/179 I don’t recognize that player, either.
    Ol’e LiquidCompass was a good player back in the day. The simpler the better. Use to Listen to KKAR, with it.

    Have a good one

    • Fred Stiening says:

      Complicating things is that many stations have multiple different ways to stream – triton, iheart, apps, raw streams. Cumulus is on iheart, but was also on rdio (RIP) and triton, but individual clusters in some cases had non standard web sites.

      Here is the state of the streaming providers, although it is not rigorously maintained


      • CC1s121LrBGT says:

        That is a good link. What does it mean by “Linux Friendly?” ?

        I have been away from Linux for several years, but there were Linux apps that streamed stations just as there are Android apps that do so. I remember using one, but forget its name.

        Certainly there is no Internet Explorer on Linux, but there are Firefox, Chrome and I believe Opera browsers and also the VLC app that many use in Windows.

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