Please find below our current Terms and Conditions of service. We may update these at any time and without notice.
Royalties/Broadcasting Licensing - As a broadcaster, you are responsible for ensuring that you hold any rights to broadcast the content on your station. Get Me Radio! is not responsible for this and assumes that you hold any relevant licensing for broadcast the content on your station. Get Me Radio! is only a content aggregator of radio stations. If Get M Radio! received a takedown notice or any infringement of copyright notifications from any relevant authority, it reserves the right to remove content without notice to comply with the relevant authorities.
Support - For support as a listener, please first view our FAQ section here, if you still require assistance, please use the Contact Us form on our website. For Broadcaster Support, please use the contact form in the dashboard area. We aim to respond within 1-2 working days.
Station Listings - As a broadcaster, you are responsible for your listing and its accuracy. You may edit/delete your radio stations listing at any time via our dashboard. We reserve the right to not admit or reject any listing if it does not meet our guidelines. By listing your station, you authorise us to list your station (and streams) on all of our platforms.
Platform Availability - Get Me Radio! will ensure that its platform availability meets reasonable SLA levels.
Secure Stream/HTTPS proxying - If a station does not have a HTTPS stream (as currently required by many browsers) we are currently providing a free proxying service to ensure that listeners may tune in via our website. We may remove this facility at any time and without notice depending on capacity. If you have an HTTPS stream, please use it and enter it via the dashboard. If you do not have an HTTPS stream, we recommend autopo.st, you may contact them here (this is a paid service).
Advertising - Get Me Radio! may, at its discretion, place adverts on any part of its platform. Adverts may be in any relevant format (audio, video or web/print). While the platform remains 'free to use', this advertising will subsidise the running of the platform. If at any stage a subscription-based format is introduced, this policy would be revised.