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Thread: Help - what to use for broadcasting live audio

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    Lightbulb Help - what to use for broadcasting live audio

    Hello,
    I am wondering what is the best program to use for broadcasting live audio? I will be doing a live webcast(mainly speech content) from Bali in the upcoming months with a total upload and download bandwidth of 3mbps, so far I have read that Mixlr is a great program any other recommendations?

    Cheers,
    C.

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    You might want to investigate Spreaker. It seems to handle low bandwidth environments pretty well and has the advantage of pushing notices out onto Facebook and email automatically.

    http://www.spreaker.com/create-a-radio-show

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    Mixlr is a great start. The plus side with Mixlr is that it broadcasts in a higher quality bitrate then many other audio streaming sites

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    Mixlr all the way. The downside of Mixlr is you have to do ALL of your own promotion. They don't have a large body of listeners scanning the various channels for content. They are a raw bandwidth provider. And a darn good one at that.
    Please direct all questions for me to the forum so that all can benefit.

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