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ATHR
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Hi, I don't know if this is the right spot to post this, but I own a internet radio station, which soon to be FM, and me and my asst. manager are talking about doing live broadcasts and stuff.

One of the biggest questions is what do I need to use when I want to broadcast to the studio live from another location?
I know some stations use their cell phones, and some use live equipment.

I did have another idea, which I don't know will work so well, broadcasting through internet from another location to a server, and Sam Broadcaster will pick it up. (This is something I'm still working out)

But I just need to know what do I need to use to broadcast live from another location to a studio.
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Dreammachine-Radio
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Hi,

I advice the following:

Studio Sam Broadcaster
De-central location Sam Broadcaster ( anywhere in the world)

Make your session (show) from your De-central location with Sam Broadcaster and use upstream ( shoutcast Icecast server) trough the internet.

On your studio location use Sam Broadcaster ( with suitable Pal script ) to pic up the Ip adress stream from De-central location and send it trough the Air.

After your show from De-central location stops, the Sam Broadcaster program on the Stuido site will re-broadcast the master program.

So what you need:
2 license of Sam Broadcaster
Internet connection
Ice cast or shoutcast server software ( free to download)
Pall scripting experiance
Fm transmitter and antenna on the Studio Base location to send the program ( anywhere from the world) in your local area.

Thats it. Applause
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