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    Anonymous
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    Re: New proxy-friendly streaming service



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    "Nomen Nescio" <nobody@dizum.com> wrote in message news:0068902775ca82be863f05f7dfbb7caa@dizum.com...
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    > A new proxy-friendly streaming service is about to go on
    > line, allowing people to be on the Shoutcast network for far
    > less than what it could cost otherwise, and with pricing
    > similar to Live 365.



    And its get even better now. LoudCity now has bring your
    own bandwidth broadcasting services. Their servers monitor
    your servers for royalty tracking purposes, and allow a
    Shoutcast listing.

    Becuase it would be my servers that handled the bandwidth,
    and the streams fed from there, it would be accessible from
    most workplaces, since none of my servers are in any
    filtering lists. All someone would have to do is simply
    get the address and port for my server from the bookmark
    that Winamp would record, then just plug that in to Windows
    Media Player when they got to work.

    Since none of your filtering vendors will have my Shoutcast
    server in their filtering lists, it will not be blocked in
    most workplaces, allowing people to tune in without having
    to circumvent the company firewall, just "plug and play"
    as the saying goes. No circumventin, no muss, no fuss.

    And using this service will allow me to remove blocking
    U.S. and U.K. IP addresses on the Shoutcast feed, as I have
    to do now. So I expect a lot of office networks, in the U.S.,
    to start tuning in when I do get this set up.


  2. #2
    Leythos
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    Re: New proxy-friendly streaming service

    In article <ec8531d6c97ab6eb60ef84d02ad8188d@mixmaster.nymu.eu>,
    nobody@nymu.eu says...
    >
    > Since none of your filtering vendors will have my Shoutcast
    > server in their filtering lists, it will not be blocked in
    > most workplaces, allowing people to tune in without having
    > to circumvent the company firewall, just "plug and play"
    > as the saying goes. No circumventin, no muss, no fuss.
    >
    > And using this service will allow me to remove blocking
    > U.S. and U.K. IP addresses on the Shoutcast feed, as I have
    > to do now. So I expect a lot of office networks, in the U.S.,
    > to start tuning in when I do get this set up.
    >


    and yet it's still breaking company policy for most people, which can
    get them fired, and it's very easy to see a user connected via the
    company firewall - making your post liable for getting people fired.

    --
    You can't trust your best friends, your five senses, only the little
    voice inside you that most civilians don't even hear -- Listen to that.
    Trust yourself.
    spam999free@rrohio.com (remove 999 for proper email address)

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