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Use a Smart Playlist for custom radio stations in iTunes Apps
If you like to listen to your favorite internet radio that does not appear on the iTunes Radio sidebar, you probably have a bunch of radio stations in your Library. A quick way of having them all in one playlist is to set up a Smart Playlist with this rule: Time -- is greater than -- some large number, say 10 hours.

iTunes recognize that "Continuous" is longer than any fixed time span, and so you'll have your radio stations conveniently located in one place.

Another way to organize radio would be to use the Sorting tab in the station's properties -- in many cases, information from the Info tab gets reverted to the station's default when starting playback.
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Use a Smart Playlist for custom radio stations in iTunes
Authored by: cawaker on Mar 26, '09 10:56:02AM

very cool, I hadnt thought of this method, i just made custom playlists but those get outdated and messed up, this is much cleaner.



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Use a Smart Playlist for custom radio stations in iTunes
Authored by: taxi on Mar 26, '09 02:33:28PM

I use:

Match any of the following rules:

• Kind contains stream
• Kind contains url

Live updating.



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Use a Smart Playlist for custom radio stations in iTunes
Authored by: mclbruce on Mar 26, '09 10:15:59PM

Artist is [blank], with smart updating, works for me.



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