Jetcast UniversalPlayer


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Jetcast Universal Media Player

Media player

Jetcast's UniversalPlayer is an Internet broadcaster's primary or secondary media player and provides numerous innovative revenue solutions in addition to the built-in display, in-stream and pre-roll advertising revenue. The online player will play streams from just about any streaming provider, including Shoutcast, Icecast, MP3, WMA and others, and takes only minutes to set up. It also contains integration into leading social networking sites that can be managed from a single source. One key feature is the application store, an open source platform that allows developers to create and sell custom applications that integrate into the player for listeners to use while listening to their favorite broadcasts. The station and the app developer both earn money as listeners interact with the apps.
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