I'd really like to get a coherent answer to this as well. I put a group of stations on Shoutcast Revenue last September, so all were 100% functional by Oct 1. For the month of December, the stats indicate they had 3 million allocations and 1.3 million impressions. That ought to be worth some money. It better be, because I'm on the hook with the licensing authorities for the royalties for the music that generated that audience. I'm not planning to cover that cost out of my own pocket.
I moved over to Shoutcast from Radionomy in September because I realized Radionomy was dead in the water. They had broken every agreement they had with broadcasters ("producers"), and I couldn't even expect that what listeners heard when they played my station was my own programming.
I know Shoutcast and Radionomy are members of the same group. But Shoutcast does NOT have to pay royalties for the music we play, so they have no excuse whatever for not promptly sending us the revenue that they have PROMISED.
The group is making a big mistake if they let Radionomy and its blatant defiance of royalty requirements bring down Shoutcast and the whole group.