Radio Player. PHOTO: Cybercrime Magazine.

Cybercrime Radio Player For Your Website

How to put WCYB digital radio on your media

Cybercrime.Radio is home to the original 7x24x365 Internet radio station featuring cybersecurity news, interviews, public service alerts, and special programming.

Put the Cybercrime Radio Player on your website or blog to attract more visitors and give them a reason to keep coming back.

Users click the play button on your site and listen to a live stream with fresh cybercrime, security and privacy news round-the-clock.


It’s free to add the Cybercrime Radio Player to your site in just a few minutes, and there’s no coding required. Just cut-and-paste this embed code onto a webpage on your site:

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The Cybercrime Radio Player will automatically detect your site theme and display itself on your webpage. For rows or columns up to 600px in width, the Player will auto-size itself to fit.

* The Player will not stretch itself when placed on rows or columns bigger than 600px. By using HTML or CSS code, you can center the player and give the row/column a background color or image in order to occupy the full width of a column. If you’re a web developer looking for more customization, then here’s our JS file.

If you need help putting the Player on your site, then fill out our contact form and tell us about any problem you are encountering. Our team will get back to you shortly. (no phone calls please)


Your website may have news, blogs, reports, podcasts, videos, and more, but it doesn’t have a live radio station.

WCYB Cybercrime Radio is on 7x24x365, streaming fresh content every day.

Technology, cybersecurity, and business professionals suffer from content fatigue. It’s tiring for them to choose what to read, watch, and listen to. Our radio station does that for them.

Give people what they want. Radio is the leading reach platform: 92 percent of us listen to AM/FM radio over the airwaves, which is higher than TV viewership (87 percent), PC use (54 percent), smartphone use (81 percent), and tablet use (46 percent).

If you place the Cybercrime Radio Player on your website or blog, then we’ll list you in our directory of sites where people can listen to WCYB digital radio.