One of the biggest challenges radio stations face online is discoverability. But it's easier than you think to get cut-through. List your station on as many radio directories as possible to get noticed and build a name for yourself.
In no particular order, here's a list of places to submit and promote your station.
Streema is a free online radio directory to discover, share, and listen to radio stations from all over the world. There are more than 70,000 radio stations like BBC Radio 1, Absolute Radio, and more that anyone can tune into online.
Streamitter.com is a modern online radio directory listing thousands of radio stations from all around the world and every type of genre.
Radio-Directory is an easy to use online radio directory for listeners to tune in and broadcasters to get found. But please be aware, to get listed does require a small payment fee.
A great place for live media, both for radio and TV. What more could you want?
Listing thousands of stations, RadioTower.com allows you to add and rate internet radio streams with ease.
Tune into thousands of live streaming radio stations from upcoming and new broadcasters from around the world. Submit your station by emailing the owner.
Small but mighty, the aptly named Internet-Radio.com boasts a quaint 22,000 radio stations. But each is split into their respective genres, so it's easy to discover new shows or get listeners to find your station.
A popular directory for electronic and dance radio stations that hosts thousands of streams that are updated daily.
Listen to thousands of various radio stations broadcasting from all over the world. You need to be signed up to add your station.
Listen to live radio stations from all around the world – Find popular and up and coming streams from a variety of broadcasters.
A directory for fresh online Irish (and even global) radio stations to get heard.
Same as LiveRadio.ie, but for UK stations.
An interactive globe showcasing radio stations from around the world. A bit like Google maps, but for broadcasters. Discover stations based on any location.
Radioline has been around since 2012. Since then more than 70,000 radio stations and podcasts have been listed on the directory. Thousands of listeners have tuned into their favourite station on their computer at work, during a commute via a phone or tablet, or at home on a smart TV.
Submit by registering and following this guide.
Who doesn't love a good a list? And it's simple, but to the point.
Deezer has over 7 million users and is quickly becoming one of the top podcast directories. Loads of users stream and download their favourite podcasts every day from Deezer, so put yourself amongst them.
Submit your station to Deezer by dropping them an email and following this guide.
Not all websites are for the visually impaired. But that's where BlindRadio shines brightest. Founded in 2003, the blind-friendly radio directory has been at the forefront helping the community access stations they know and love, whilst discovering a few new ones.
Frequence Radio has been going since 2010. Today, they have 945 (and counting) different radio stations from around the world. It's pretty easy to use, then select the country your radio station is broadcast from to start streaming.
Owned by AppGeneration, this Portugal founded radio directory has been running since 2010. Consisting of over 50,000 stations and 1,000,000 podcasts, the popular directory isn't short of diverse and varied content. Like most directories on this list, myTuner Radio is available on iOS and Android. But goes much further with stations accessible on wearable smartwatches like Apple Watch and Android Wearables, plus connected devices like Apple TV, Samsung TV, and much more.
Or submit via myTuner's mobile apps in Settings > About > Suggest a new radio.
Radio directories are usually free. StreamFinder is, but offers a few extras at a cost. Premium services include appearing in newsletters, enhanced listings, and few more perks. Pretty good if you're serious about promoting your station.
Founded in Hamburg, Germany, Radio.net has been a good gateway for broadcasters looking to get discovered. On the flip-side, stations listed on the site, apps, and wearable smart devices are all intuitive and easy to access.
Most directories on this list are for online only stations. But ListenOnlineRadio.com is for FM, AM, DAB, Satellite, and online radio stations.
TuneYou consists of more than 50,000 daily radio stations. And with an Android app, Chrome extension, and Firefox extension, it's one not to miss out.
Philips, Pioneer, and Onkyo are just a few partners of vTuner. Besides from offering audio services to big brands, the radio directory also dabbles in showcasing stations like yours.
LiveOnlineRadio stands out for its unfiltered representation of stations both locally and globally. So your station will feel right at home here.
Self-proclaimed 'fast-growing online radio directory with 6 million listeners'. Online Radio Box boasts an impressive amount of stations operating in 180 countries. Like most directories on this list, they're available to listeners on apps like Google Play, App Store, Aptoide, AppGallery, and even Samsung Galaxy Apps.
Just like other stations on this list, RadioDex boasts an impressive roster of global stations. And once yours is added, you'll even be featured on their front-page.
Boasting an impressive 100,000 stations, Raddio.net isn't short of a diverse collection of stations from across the globe.
Free internet radio directory that showcases new stations? What's not to love.
Self-proclaimed 'largest radio directory of Kenyan stations', MyRadio.co.ke showcases the best sounds of Kenya and East Africa.
In 2010, a group of Icelandic office workers got together to build a way to discover new and existing stations. LaRadioFM was born.
Not sure what to listen to? myRadioTuner randomly picks stations for you. Great if you're looking to discover new and existing shows (or get your station heard).
Aside from a killer logo and bright website, Log FM hosts over 45,000 radio stations. Created by radio amateurs from Russia, this is an essential directory for any station.
Originally started as a place for stations in Trinidad and Tobago, they've since expanded their roster of shows so anyone can get listed.
Technically not a radio directory. But airable is a type of middle-man to get listed on loads of different places like Deezer.
Relatively new with only a few hundred listed stations, Tunerr acts as a bridge between radio broadcasters and listeners.
RadioPlug started in 2018 and only has a few hundred stations in their library, so there aren't as many stations for listeners to filter through before they discover you.