Re: Live show?
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> Hi everyone:
> On 3/9/06, floridapodcaster <jbennie@...> wrote:
> > Hi, I was thinking about doing a live show (if it works I may do
> > month) but all the the streaming solutions I have found seem aimednot,
> > towards something like a station not a one time thing?
> John....Have you checked out (or even heard of) Live365.com? If
> you may want to check them out. They offer options where you canI
> broadcast your show LIVE (with them taking the bandwidth hit as they
> would be your host) PLUS you can have each show "looped" simply by
> uploading the archive to their servers using their software (Though
> don't initially recommend this unless and/or until you have a fewyour
> shows under your belt due to DMCA & TOS compliance issues EVEN IF
> content is all original)(NEW URL!!!)
> This way, people can catch your show EVEN IF you aren't on live.
> Hope this helps :)
> Cheers everyone :)
> Pat Cook
> patspodcast@... (FEEDBACK EMAIL)
> Denver, Colorado
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> SKYPE ME @ patspodcastIs that the same live365 I get on TIVO? We just finised our 31
show. The run from 40 mins to 1:30. I do like keeping my archives
up because so far this month I've had 40 new downloads of show #1.
Thanks for the answers about the live broadcast. My wife and I think
it will be fun every once in a while.
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