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Streaming for Dollars
Locast uses geo-fencing to ensure that its TV streams stay local. Pictured is a local Denver feed of CBS delivered to a web browser by Locast.
Locast uses geo-fencing to ensure that its TV streams stay local. Pictured is a local Denver feed of CBS delivered to a web browser by Locast.

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ReganMcgowan
ReganMcgowan
9/23/2019 | 8:17:14 AM
Nice
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6/21/2019 | 12:59:52 PM
Slippery Slope
It seems to me that by "soliciting corporate sponsorships" and surpassing break-even on cash flow the contention that this is a not-for-profit public service will slip away and leave Locast vulnerable to shutdown.

I also concur with the other post - the service is virtually unwatchable.  Frequently streams do not start or freeze and when the do work are often interrupted with requests for donation.  It makes me long for Public Radio during Pledge Week.
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