RadioDNS Lookup

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Creating the Link between Broadcast and IP

Every station providing RadioDNS services needs a DNS (Domain Name System) record to link each broadcast signal it originates with its internet domain. Learn how to do that in Registering a Station with RadioDNS.

When a radio device tunes to a radio station, it uses information in the broadcast signal to construct a DNS query, which will tell the device how to connect directly to the radio station. Lean how that works with a guided Walkthrough to Finding Radio Station Logos

RadioDNS operates the DNS root server to a published trust model. You can get the full technical details from our standard Hybrid Radio Lookup on our Technical Documentation pages.

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