How to listen
Seed.tv was created for a new generation of listeners. We believe that smart people don’t just want to be broadcasted at anymore. They want to listen to what they want, when they want and should be able to find our shows wherever it suits them. Seed shows are available anywhere via gaming consoles, phones, tablets, iPods, computers and just about anything else that can make noise. There are endless possibilities, but here are some ideas:
All our shows are broadcast live, just like normal FM radio – but better. You can tune in to our live feed any time you want and enjoy a selection of awesome content, like the Jon Savage Awesome Music show every Thursday night at 21:00 (UCT+2). A schedule of all our live shows can be found over here and we broadcast repeats and awesome music in-between. Be sure to join the chat room during our live shows 😉
Subscribe to your favourite shows
The magic of internet broadcasting lies in on-demand content. Seed shows are available on iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud, Mixcloud and other services where you can listen to any episode you want, any time you want and automatically download new episodes as we publish them. Use the links listed with each of our podcasts to get them added to your favourite service, or grab the raw RSS links to add them to any compatible podcatcher software you like. We recommend Apple’s Podcasts app to get going or grab Stitcher Radio for your phone to stream our shows whenever you want.
In your car
FM radio is so 20 years ago. Make your commuting bearable by getting the Seed on your dashboard. Hit us up on Stitcher if you have a BMW or other modern auto with the app included, otherwise connect your phone, tablet or iPod to your car’s stereo and stream Seed shows on the go. Many modern cars have Bluetooth audio support, or you could jack your phone into the aux port on supported head units. It’s easy peasy.
At Seed.tv you’re the boss – so tell us where you want to hear us! We do our best to provide our shows through all the leading podcast and online broadcasting services around, but if there’s something missing, let us know and we’ll do our best to sort it out.
Apps coming soon…