I've done some wireshark traces, and googling, and it looks like RTMTP is the streaming protocol being used:shawnlg wrote:They say there will be an iPhone app soon. That would be nice. But if they supported standards-based streams, there would be no need - or at least people impatient for iPhone use could use one of the many existing players. I too am frustrated with the flash-based player being the only option. I guess I'll stick with BYU Radio for now.
http://linux.goeszen.com/rtmp-protocol- ... ading.html
The telling comment "At the moment there are only shaky solutions available to download data that is served via rtmp://. This is why so many content owners and video portals handling “watch-only” video (like hulu.com, BBC iPlayer, Mogulus) are using it in the first place." could explain a lot.
Looks like I'll have to help the hulu hackers open up rtmp so that I can listen to mormon radio on my sreaming clock radio.