I hope you understand I was saying that HTML thing to make a point right? Interesting that maximum capacity is how you judge things, I wonder how many of millions of people are reading this post!!!
Even if you allow "radio" as just a way to get across what it is in familiar language, you are not a "station" (organised structure to do something) since you are just an amateur in your bedroom with a miniscule audience.
RadioStar has 8 volunteer DJs from around the world (including Artela and Darkmantle here in UK, in addition to Madac and Buttjam being former show hosts), three backup server in three different regions of the USA, and over 100 followers on our facebook page. We developed our own technology and also provide stream hosting, website hosting, etc for a fee to people.
While we aren't a large scale operation, yet... we are hardly "an amateur in your bedroom". LOL
Best part about this is that I offered my station's forums as a fall-over if these suddenly died. Your show of gratitude is amazing
"Amateur in your bedroom".
Let me put it this way.. as someone who is known here for his computing knowledge, I can assure you that is NOT the case. RadioStar has a whole infrastructure, both technological and staff, so yeah...
For the record... when I broadcast my show weekly... I'm in my kitchen.