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[Solved] Online radio streaming no longer working - Google Chrome 2020  


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01) Use a different browser like Firefox, Safari, Opera. For the moment they haven't blocked unencrypted content on an otherwise encrypted page web page.

02) Open the Chrome web browser and enter our website URL and then click on the padlock icon to the left of the URL box and then from the drop down menu select the 'Site Settings' option, you can then scroll down to the 'Insecure content' option at the bottom of the page and select 'Allow', this will create an exception for the website and allow you to continue using the player as before.

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Please comment here about not working radio stations.

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City FM
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Just Joined this site and really like the way you have put it together.

Will test your player on all my sites and get back to you here.

Cheers

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@sonic Thank for join with us. Sure, Keep your comment here.

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Fusion109 Radio
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There is another method to make this work, but it will only work if you have your own server and shell access. I've successfully ported my Shoutcast stream through an SSH Tunnel (the sofware is called stunnel). Basically it routes the non-secure stream, though a web address that is already connected through port 443, so it essentially "tricks" Chrome into thinking its a secure source. I've been testing it live for the last 3 months, and it doesn't seem to slow down the connection at all, or at least not that I'm noticing..

I'm sure there is some degradation in speed here, but its the only way I know of so far that will allow you to keep streaming Shoutcast in Chrome.

One more thing, another solution is to abandon Shoutcast all together, and run Icecast and their HTTPS module. You CAN stream HTTPS right from Icecast2+. This is probably the cleanest, but you might be like me in that I want a listing in the ShoutCast directory so I don't want to abandon Shoutcast.

Let me know if you want some more detailed steps on using stunnel to solve this issue.

 

Andrew
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