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From: "Ray C."
To: Marco Scoffier
Subject: Re: [hangout] oops- Radios Show
Date: Thu, 5 Jun 2003 23:09:19 -0400
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OK, I'll look into it
Thanks for the email
On Thursday 05 June 2003 10:44 pm, Marco Scoffier wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 05, 2003 at 10:29:45PM -0400, Marco Scoffier wrote:
> > On Thu, Jun 05, 2003 at 10:08:11PM -0400, Ray C. wrote:
> > > sorry- These guys:
> > >
> > > http://www.lpbn.org/
> > I have had contact with these guys. They contacted us, and asked for us
> > to get on their network. I think the guys name was Scott (I will dig it
> > up).
> > Problem was that last year the links went to them, they redistribute the
> > streams, so listeners wouldn't get lead back to us, or that is how Ruben
> > understood it and I stopped argueing :)
> Here's the discussion. Funny Ray was cc'd at the end.
> > >>>Hi:
> > >>>
> > >>>The Linux Public Broadcasting Network would like to provide
> > >>>webcasting
> > >>>of your Audio Show. We offer to webcast the show as a Live Video
> > >>>show if
> > >>>you are interested.
> > >>>Or if you are not interested then maybe we can link to your audio.
> > >>>Or if
> > >>>you are using Icecast maybe we can rebroadcast it. In other words
> > >>>LPBN
> > >>>would like to work with you to get Linux content heard by the
> > >>>public.
> > >>>
> > >>>Raymond Steding
> > >>>Network Systems Engineer
> > >>>Linux Public Broadcasting Network
> > >>>http://www.lpbn.org/
> > >>>Los Angeles, CA
> > >>>818 782-1464
> > Hello Mr. Steding,
> > Thursday will be our first meeting,
> > so things on our side should be more settled after then.
> > The possibility of you helping to broadcast our content is certainly
> > interesting to us, and we are open to the possibility of working
> > together. Of course we would like to fully evaluate your offering.
> > I have taken some information off your site to post to those in the
> > group who want to participate in this project.
> > I do have one immediate question : Do you only use real-media?
> > This format is not liked for quality reasons, not to mention that it's
> > non-open-source, full of advertisements and not well supported on
> > linux.
> > It seems that most of the links on your site were for real-media
> > streams, this is a concern for us.
> > Thanks for any more information you may have,
> > Marco
> Hi Marco:
> Only use Real because the realplayer was the only player that worked
> under Linux. Now Quicktime and others work. We also use Icecast, Shout,
> XMMS and WinAmp. Would certainly bring you guys up on whatever you
> wanted. I'm anxious to offer alternatives to Real.
> What do you recommend?
> I'm Installing Darwin QSS4 today. Darwin is opensource.
> marco wrote:
> > I didn't mean to be snipey about real-player. Most Linux users I know
> > avoid real-player, their binaries have been buggy at best using Linux,
> > hell I even took real player off the proprietary systems I have b/c I
> > couldn't stand the adds. I haven't tested video-streaming using linux
> > yet ( this is one of the reasons we turned what had been AV projects
> > to
> > an audio radio broadcast project ). We are focusing on getting any
> > video
> > ready for a public access cable broadcast.
> > One of our goals is to do this using all open-source software (or at
> > least linux friendly like Main Actor) , from production through
> > distribution.
> > For the radio show which will probably see the light of day sooner, we
> > were talking of icecast or gstreamer.
> > Is there a blurb of your project you would like me to present to our
> > group?
> > Marco
> > I am cc'ing Ray Connolly who is the point man on this project
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