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On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 2:37 PM, Neville A. Cross wrote:
On Thu, Jan 14, 2010 at 10:43 AM, Mel Chua wrote:
> Welcome, Justin! I've added you to our FAS group.
> Justin's been hanging around (as "threethirty") on #fedora-mktg for
> past few weeks, so if you're around say hello.
>>> * What other skills do you have that might be applicable?
>>> I have
>>> been a radio DJ. Volunteered at a Public TV station,
>>> engineered some live broadcasts, I'm a blogger, podcaster
>>> social media addict, I don't know if this is at all useful but
>>> hey there it is
> Ooo. We could probably use a podcasting content champion.
I wonder if you have any knowledge about the work flow in a broadcast
In the last two month I have been asked four of five time regarding
software to run a broadcast radio station. Having some king of
documentation giving some ideas of how fedora can solve this can be
helpful. Depending on how is written can be a idea discussed posted on
your blog (hopefully linked to the planet!); it may also be a nice
manual in the wiki for documentation; it can even be a start up for a
Maybe it is just a wishful thinking, because I will like to have a
good place where to point those people asking me. Better if that is a
blue place full of "F" letters.
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You should take a look at Project Rivendell - it was developed by a
small radio station conglomerate. While I haven't used it personally,
I know one or two broadcast engineers who really like it. It's GPLed -
which is of course fantastic.
The below is a good source of links to check out:
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