GNOME Radio is the Public Network Radio Software for Accessing Free World Broadcasts on Internet running on GNOME.
When my FM radio stopped receiving FM broadcasts from Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) due to migration onto DAB in Oslo, Norway on September 19th, 2017, I could still listen to radio, thanks to gnome-internet-radio-locator that receive live and present radio from the Internet running on GNOME.
I spent 3 years before this event occured writing GNOME Internet Radio Locator for GNOME 2 between 2014-2017 and 3 more years, after Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) shut down its FM broadcasts, building GNOME 3 support for further international as well as Norwegian radio stations with help from the GStreamer and the GNOME community.
In 2018 I began writing my Master thesis about GNOME Radio and GNOME Internet Radio Locator and on July 10, 2020 I published my Master thesis on GNOME Radio; gnome-radio-0.2.0 and gnome-internet-radio-locator-3.0.3, at Oslo Metropolitan University and University of Oslo in Norway.
See my GUADEC 2020 talk on GNOME Radio 3 scheduled for the Newcomers Workshop GUADEC 2020 session July 27, 2020 between 15:00-17:00.