You guys forgot my two favorite broadcasting FULL FEATURE applications on the Web.
#1) IDJC - For Linux. Its full featured, and its awesome. Its made for linux, and is in the Debian library. When you go to install it, it propts for Jack2, and you dont even have to go to terminal to run a JACK server anymore. Theirs honestly no reason anyone shouldn't try this, Free OS, Free software/streamer.
I donate to development. Its worth whatever I donate, fairchild is the man.
#2) Lunarcaster- The newest version BLEW me away, the windows streaming game just got +1'ed in my book thanks to this program. Its a little different to set up, as you have to install MS framework 3.5 prior to installation, and MS MYSQL server prior to installation. Both extremely easy to install through MS site.
You add the codecs, and your set. Features include multiple streaming sources (YES, you can take multiple sources without stereo mix) and a whole SLEW of added little features I wish others had thought of.
I have actually been requesting to some features here, would recommend others get in on this:
Oh yeah, I donate to development
I would stick to ZARARadio Free edition (probably the most full free featured standalone)\ edcast, but I ran into a snag.
Edcast takes the text of the program, and exports it to the server in the title XML socket.
NOW, with stuff like ICEcast KH32, If I dont plug the info to the specific XML socket, none of the exterior scripts work. SO, the answer?
Edcast has a patch that separates that text file it receives for SONG-ARTIST-ALBUM, and sorts it by a unique alpha-numeric identifier (like "-" or "%99%") So that edcast routes it to the appropriate XML sockets (title, artist, Album)