Winamp Radionomy

Posted : admin On 1/25/2022
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The Winamp media player and its associated website were supposed to be shut down on December 20th by its current owner AOL, but as we have reported before both the application and the site continued to stay alive past that deadline. Meanwhile, rumors about a acquisition of Winamp have continued for the past several weeks.


Well, one of the best alternatives of Winamp is a slightly tweaked version of Winamp. In case you are unaware Winamp has made a comeback but under the umbrella of a different company. What started by Nullsoft in 1997 came to the hands of Radionomy in 2014 and now they have released a beta of Winamp with full compatibility on Windows 10, 8,.

Now there's more evidence pointing towards the possible buyer. A member of Winamp's forums noticed late on Tuesday that the domain name servers for have been switched from AOL to Radionomy, a streaming music and radio service. Neowin has confirmed that the domain servers for are now under Radionomy's control via a WHOIS search, although the actual website ownership still technically remains in AOL's hands at the moment. We have emailed both AOL and Radionomy for comment.

Radionomy launched in 2008 thanks to four Belgium entrepreneurs in Europe; it became widely available in the US in 2012. Unlike other streaming music services like Pandora or Spotify, Radionomy also offers tools to let users create their own online music or talk show stations they can host themselves. It gets revenues from those stations by requiring them to run four minutes of ads every hour. The service claims to have 13 million unique listeners.

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  • Radionomy also acquired Winamp's Shoutcast Internet radio platform as part of the deal, though the terms were not disclosed. Radionomy is an Internet radio company that lets users create.
  • Radionomy, which also owns Winamp and Shoutcast, offers between 30,000 and 50,000 radio stations which are controlled by its users. These stations are freely broadcasted online through a variety.
  • The domain name servers for Winamp have now been switched from its long time owners at AOL to the streaming music service Radionomy, which may indicated that Winamp has been acquired by the company.

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Source: Network Solutions via Winamp forums Image via Winamp