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scooter
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Compression at WCRB - brief history
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This was noted on the Yahoo FMtuners site and is an interesting, fast read on compression at WCRB:

http://www.thebdr.net/articles/audio/proc/ClassicalAudio.pdf
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Romy the Cat


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Uncompressed stream?
fiogf49gjkf0d

I got email from the site’s visitor this morning with information about the Seattle pop station and I have sent the following email to the guy who runs WCRB:

Interesting, in Seattle the station that broadcasts essentially crap went uncompressed stream:

http://kexp.org/about/uncompressedstream.asp

I wonder how long would it take for a leading East Coast station that broadcasts much more sophisticated music, including live music, to endorse the same streaming approach? Why WCRB is not leading in this?

Rgs,
Romy the Cat


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