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Listen Hindi Internet Radio Channels on PS3

PS3 is the best gadget i have ever used and its true "It only do everything".

Having used it to play games, watch netflix, youtube and see my collection of pictures and listen to songs. I was searching for a way to play radio on PS3 and specifically "Hindi Internet Radio Channels"

After spending couple of days, finally I have it working in few easy steps:

1. Download PS3 Media server on you laptop or PC: http://ps3mediaserver.blogspot.com/

2. Open WEB.conf file of PS3 and add following lines:

audiostream.Web,Radio=Desi Radio - www.desi-radio.com,http://76.73.90.27:80/
audiostream.Web,Radio=Desi-Radio - www.desi-radio.com,http://76.73.126.218:80/

3. Restart PS3 Media Server

4. In your PS3, you should see PS3 Media server, open following path:

Web -> Radio

You should see "Desi Radio" in list.

5. Click on Desi Radio and you have live hindi songs streaming on your Ps3.

I am searching more hindi internet radio channels, will update this blog when i find more channels.

Enjoy !!

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More channels:

audiostream.Web,Radio,India=Dhak Dhak Radio - www.dhakdhakradio.com,http://173.192.48.97:8404
audiostream.Web,Radio,India=Filmy Radio - www.dealsgeni.com,http://173.192.224.123:8270
audiostream.Web,Radio,India=Hamara Sangeet - www.hamara-sangeet.com,http://213.175.221.132:9001/
audiostream.Web,Radio,India=Humsafar Montreal - www.indianmedia.com,http://usa7-vn.mixstream.net:8210/

Comments

  1. Was just looking for this .. great post ..thx
    Do post more channels

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  2. Good to hear that, i have posted some more channels.

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  3. Hello,
    I tried setting up the above desi radio audio stream. However, in my ps3 I am unable to find Web-> Radio. I am a first time user of ps3 media server so maybe I am missing something basic. Please help.

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  4. Hello Heman !!

    Sorry for the late reply. You will find this folder here on your PS3 on your TV.

    Music -> Ps3 Media Servr -> Web -> Radio

    On you laptop/pc check that Ps3mediaserver is up and running. On status tab you should also see Ps3 with a message "PS3 has been found"

    Hopefully you should be able to see Web -> Radio, let me know if it is still not working for you.

    Have fun !!

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  5. just like herman the "web" option is erased for some raeason... only find it in earlier versions of PMS...anyone help?

    jocke

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  6. Hi,

    Sorry for the late reply. One thing have you made entries in file web.conf located at

    C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\PMS

    Hope this works for you.

    Cheers !!

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  7. GREAT stuff !! I can hear the radio channels and even see pictures from streams linked to Picassa. Thanks!

    However, am trying to still make video work:
    1) TED video stream (videofeed.Web,TED=http://feeds.feedburner.com/tedtalks_video) in WEB.con file does not seem to work. It shows the different video choices on TED and once a video is chosen, even starts and reaches the TED name screen. But it seems to get stuck at that point. Any way to fix this?

    2) SEPARATELY, I am wondering if there is any way to watch streaming videos using the PS3. I am in India, so Netflix does not work. YouTube works. But I want to watch streaming movies online....

    Thanks.

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