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Put a Broadcastify feed on your own website?

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ScannaMan9

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Hello guys
I have been off here for quite some time but does anyone know if and how you can put a scanner feed on your own personal website? I am attempting to build my own site and this would add a very nice touch. I understand that I would have to note that it was provided by a user here and not myself.

Lastly, if this is in the wrong place I am sorry, I have been off here for quite a while and lost my bearings a little bit.
 

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...does anyone know if and how you can put a scanner feed on your own personal website? I am attempting to build my own site and this would add a very nice touch....
In case it helps, here is a snipped quote from Broadcastify:Embedding Audio Feeds in Your Own Web Pages (I added the bold font):

"Audio Broadcasters. I've worked with the audio administration team over the past few days and we've made the decision to change our policy and allow feed broadcasters to embed their feeds in their own Web pages, for free, provided they use ONLY this process for doing so. ..."​

...I understand that I would have to note that it was provided by a user here and not myself.
Given the bolded portion of the above quote, if you aren't the feed-provider, this might be a problem, I don't know. Someone else will need to clarify that point. But, the above link gives details on how to do it, if permitted.

Hope this helps,
 
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