These days Apple Mac computers can be found almost everywhere, they have become modern equivalents of traditional PC's and standard for tasks such as Photo and Film Editing.
So why hasn't the radio industry caught on? Mac's have consistent hardware, a solid and lightweight operating system and millions of users worldwide. Companies such as Spacial Audio and RCS have no plans to join the cupertino revolution.
Even more surprising is the number of Radio Automation software and controls available on iPad's and iPhones. There is none. Zilch. Zero. Streaming companies should be embracing this platform, software should be available for hobby broadcasters and internet radio broadcasters.
Wouldn't it be nice if there was an app for your phone or ipad where you could leave your studio and monitor/change the schedule from anywhere in the world? It should happen, considering just under 200 million iPhones have sold and over 100 million Mac's.
If you are wondering the same, then do not panic. Some other Radio Automation companies have come to the rescue.
SHOUTcast/Winamp is not supported on Mac's so you'll need to use a 3rd party tool to broadcast.