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Shapley wrote:I clicked on my bookmark this morning and the commercial-free stream started as normal, no problems!
Nicole Marie wrote:For several years we have broadcast the West Hartford High School Sports games on just our AM signal. Demand has grown to put the games on the dot com so we are trying it this year. They games are actually really exciting to listen to! They run for about two hours so if you really don't like them they are over pretty fast but so far the majority of folks don't mind them.
jamiebk wrote:Nicole, I may speak for just myself here, but personally I do not enjoy listening to local HS football when I am subscribing to a high def. classical audio steam. I know nothing about the kids, the teams or the rivalries and have a hard time taking any interest in such local events. While your AM station is different and caters to local audiences, you have a world wide audience that tags in on your internet stream for classical music. These games start at 3:00PM (PDT)..right in the middle of the work day on Friday for me...a time when I am most interested in listening to B.com. Unfortunately, my company blocks streaming and my only day to work from home is Friday. I PM'd a few other listeners who were of similar mind. Do you have a way to monitor what sort of increase in listenership you gain as a result of streaming the games?
Serenity wrote:Can you play music and have the local score on the corner of the website? Then, the minute we think the game is close, we can click on the score and go to the game?
Shapley wrote:Is the Beethoven Media Steam (members stream) dead? I switched to the free stream because I have been getting dead air on the other for the past several minutes, and I don't want to miss Beethoven's 7th.
Shapley wrote:Looks like mine's back, too. I had to wait til Beethoven was over to try it.
Trumpetmaster wrote:What time did this occur?
I did not have a problem yesterday....
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