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Open Source Radio Automation

Everything you need to get your terrestrial / on-line radio station up and broadcasting like a pro - without breaking the bank!

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Freedom through Open Source!

LibreTime is Free/Libre and Open Source (FLOSS) radio automation and broadcasting solution helping communities both modernize their broadcasting stack, and get up and on-the-air with ease.

The platform consists of several open-source components that can be easily and rapidly deployed on both dedicated hardware, virtual machines, and Cloud native infrastructure - allowing your station to truly underwrite it's own destiny.

The platform is a fork of the older AirTime project which is no longer actively maintained, and the evolution of Open Source broadcasting for both current AirTime and new users looking to continue with the platform on their own infrastructure.

Key Features

Key features include

Library Intelligence

From designing intelligent & automated playlists to drag-and-drop visual editing & cuing, managing your library and playlists has never been simpler.


Schedule your live and pre-programmed shows easily with a drag-and-drop style calendar, additionally all content broadcasted is logged for efficient reporting to media licensing authorities.

DJ Management

Libretime's user management allows for the simple creation of hierarchical staff who can control their broadcast slots associated with them from anywhere on the planet!

AM/FM & Web

LibreTime is flexible, allowing you to run your internet radio station entirely from a cloud VM with its built-in Icecast server or plug its analog output into the mixer at your broadcast AM or FM station.

Our Biggest Fans

"We needed a solution for remote broadcasting
during the Coronavirus pandemic without having to
use remote desktop at 1 a.m.
Saved. Our. Butts."
Zachary Klosko - Operations at WRIR

Get started with LibreTime today

Requires: 1 Ghz processor, 2 GB RAM, wired ethernet connection with static IP address and you.
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