Re: net questions for radio broadcast

Bob Hill (bobhill@access.digex.net)
Fri, 21 Jul 1995 22:31:58 -0400 (EDT)


On Wed, 19 Jul 1995, production wrote:

> Questions to the CU-SeeMe community:
>
> We are establishing our radio station as an experimental broadcast site on
> the web. We have ambitions to be fully digital audio and digital video with
> RealAudio, CU-SeeMe, IRC with our programming, specifically our public
> affairs shows.
>
> For example, on our technology show we feature multimedia and computer
> oriented guests, and during the shows we have phone in for q&a. It would be
> a natural fit to have technology oriented viewers on the internet listen
> in, and ask questions, probe our guests during the shows via the net.
>
> We are interested in broadcasting these shows to the public via CU-SeeMe,
> and are interested in the most efficient ways to achieve this, on a limited
> basis at first, then to regular broadcasting.
>
> We are interested in getting a feel from the CU-SeeMe community at to
> proper nettiquite, techniques for our broadcasting, and how to set up
> multiple reflectors as relay sites for our programs.
>
> We are learning, and wish to proceed in the appropriate fashion. We
> appreciate any comments, suggestions and or recommendations from others
> working on similar projects.
>
> Please reply by email to ksjs@best.com or post to the board.
>
> Thanks.
>
>

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--Bob Hill