Programs are available in two flavors of mp3 (16kbps for low-bandwitdh connections like modems, and 64 kbps for braodcast-quality over higher-bandwidth) and Ogg Vorbis, the high-quality open-source audio format. The Ogg files have equivalent sound quality to the 64kbps mp3 files, but with about 30% smaller files. You can play the Ogg files using Winamp 3 on Windoze PCs. Click here to find players for other computers and operating systems.
Archive | March, 2003
DIYMedia notes that a former Tampa, FL pirate broadcaster is running for city council in that city, even using his acts of civil disobedience as a campaign asset. Hey, if George Bush can pirate a presidency, then at least a radio pirate should be able to win an election fair-and-square.