Streema is the easiest way to listen to your favorite radio stations on the web. We believe that tuning in to your favorite stations should be easy, fast, and fun. With Streema, you can search and organize your favorite stations with just a few clicks in an intuitive web-based platform. The result is radio tuning as simple as it should be!
Now, this could be all you need from Streema, but we encourage you to also discover new radio stations through our directory, your friends, and even the general Streema community. There's a world of stations out there, ready to be explored!
Also, stay tuned as we'll be working on other ways to help people listen to their favorite radio stations, both on our sites as well as on other third-party websites in the near future via our radio player.
Bear in mind Streema is a recent development, so we are very much in the process of fixing things. Please share your thoughts and suggestions on how to make it more useful. We're here to help improve your radio listening experience on the web.
Looking for a Streema Logo? Go here.
In case you want to record a radio program, since we don't offer that service, please refer to the following list of options on About.com: Audio Recording Software for Online Radio Stations and Audio Sources
Note: for radio-related services we don't provide, check out the section concerning streaming services, radio directory services, and music playlist services.
If you're willing to contact us, please use our Contact Us Form.
How big is broadcast radio? For starters, there are over 230 million radio listeners that tune in to “On Air” radio every week just in the United States. There’s also an estimated 27 million US listeners tuning in to these same radio stations via the web on a weekly basis, a number that has more than doubled in the last five years and is poised to continue growing.
The pain for many of these radio listeners is that station websites and live streams are sometimes hard to find and great new radio stations are even harder to discover. There is currently no solution available for listeners to see which stations their friends - or similar minded people - are listening to, nor a good way to rank the tens of thousands of free music, news, and talk radio stations out there.
"The wireless music box has no imaginable commercial value. Who would pay for a message sent to nobody in particular?"
That's what David Sarnoff had to hear from his business associates in response to his urgings for investment in radio back in the 1920s. Hopefully, Streema and radio listeners together (that means you!) will surf the next wave and prove once again that the prediction above was a bad one. :)