I'm not sure how they did it, but i'm positive it's not allowed by RR.Feed broadcasters are allowed to embed their feeds in their own web pages, for free, provided they use ONLY the following process for doing so:
First, you need to apply for a domain key:
Your Account - API Configuration
Make sure the domain that you specify to be licensed is the domain you plan on embedding the feed. Once approved for a domain key, follow the instructions in the "Embed Feed in a Web page" section on your feed owner page to add the player.
App developers pay RadioReference.com a licensing fee to be able to include the feeds in their directories.Well, what stops the iPhone app makers who use the feeds here in their apps? It's a public feed, I don't think there are any rules. Once it's out there, it's out there.
Looking at their page, and the RR Web Player popup page for the county, it appears that they just copied and pasted the source from RR to their page. Definitely not allowed by the rules, but if they aren't members here, how would they know what the rules are?I don't see how this would be allowed since us feed providers are not allowed to do this.
I'm not sure how they did it, but i'm positive it's not allowed by RR.
The only way a feed can be embedded, is by using the method above.
All other methods are NOT allowed.