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Old 10th May 2021, 23:19   #3
wrybread
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Sorry for the late response, I didn't notice your reply.

I work with an internet radio station (radiovalencia.fm) and we use streamguys.com to host our stream. I can't remember what exactly was involved in switching over to SSL but it was at a minimum much more expensive. I just emailed them for details, I'll post when they respond.

But what made me post the question is that I've been working on a map of radio stations here:

http://goodradio.org/map

That plots my favorite college and community radio stations on a google map, and most of the stations are still streaming in http. And of course I have no control over those stations. Currently if I use the https version of that map page link anything streaming in http fails.

I'm hoping there's some workaround? Or am I doomed to using http for that page?

(And the map is still a work in progress, still swatting bugs, but it mostly works).
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