It was selected by the U. S. It is officially known as NRSC-5, with the latest version being NRSC-5-C, other digital radio systems include FMeXtra, Digital Audio Broadcasting, Digital Radio Mondiale, and Compatible AM-Digital. Although HD Radio broadcastings content is currently subscription-free, listeners must purchase new receivers in order to receive the portion of the signal. As of May 2009, there were stations in the world on the air with HD Radio technology than any other digital radio technology. More than 1,700 stations covering approximately 84% of the United States are broadcasting with this technology, according to iBiquitys website, the HD is simply a brand name and has no meaning. There is no connection with television, although like digital television the HD Radio specification provides enhanced capabilities over the analog format. Thus, there is no deadline by which consumers must buy an HD Radio receiver, in addition, there are many more analog AM/FM radio receivers than there were analog televisions, and many of these are car stereos or portable units that cannot be upgraded.
Digital information is transmitted using OFDM with a compression algorithm called HDC. The cost of converting a radio station can run between $100,000 and $200,000, if the primary digital signal is lost the HD Radio receiver will revert to the analog signal, thereby providing seamless operation between the newer and older transmission methods. The extra HD-2 and HD-3 streams are not simulcast on analog, alternatively the HD Radio signal can revert to a more-robust 20 kilobit per second stream, though the sound is reduced to AM-like quality. Datacasting is possible, with metadata providing song titles or artist information, by using spectral band replication the HDC+SBR codec is able to simulate the recreation of sounds up to 15,000 Hz, thus achieving moderate quality on the bandwidth-tight AM band. The HD Radio AM hybrid mode offers two options which can carry approximately 40 or 60 kbit/s of data, but most AM digital stations default to the more-robust 40 kbit/s mode which features redundancy.
HD Radio provides a digital mode, which lacks an analog signal for fallback. The pure digital mode transmissions will stay within the AM stations channel instead of spilling into the next to the station transmitting HD radio as the hybrid stations do. The AM version of HD Radio technology uses the 20 kHz channel, when operating in pure digital mode, the AM HD Radio signal fits inside a standard 20 kHz channel or an extended 30 kHz channel, at the discretion of the station manager. As AM radio stations are spaced at 9 kHz or 10 kHz intervals, some nighttime listeners have expressed concern this design harms reception of adjacent channels with one formal complaint filed regarding the matter, WYSL owner Bob Savage against WBZ in Boston. The HD Radio provides several digital modes with up to 300 kbit/s bitrate. Like AM, pure digital FM provides a fallback condition where it reverts to a more robust 25 kbit/s signal, FM stations have the option to subdivide their datastream into sub-channels of varying audio quality
The hertz is the unit of frequency in the International System of Units and is defined as one cycle per second. It is named for Heinrich Rudolf Hertz, the first person to provide proof of the existence of electromagnetic waves. Hertz are commonly expressed in SI multiples kilohertz, gigahertz, kilo means thousand, mega meaning million, giga meaning billion and tera for trillion. Some of the units most common uses are in the description of waves and musical tones, particularly those used in radio-. It is used to describe the speeds at which computers, the hertz is equivalent to cycles per second, i. e. 1/second or s −1. In English, hertz is used as the plural form, as an SI unit, Hz can be prefixed, commonly used multiples are kHz, MHz, GHz and THz. One hertz simply means one cycle per second,100 Hz means one hundred cycles per second, and so on. The unit may be applied to any periodic event—for example, a clock might be said to tick at 1 Hz, the rate of aperiodic or stochastic events occur is expressed in reciprocal second or inverse second in general or, the specific case of radioactive decay, becquerels.
Whereas 1 Hz is 1 cycle per second,1 Bq is 1 aperiodic radionuclide event per second, the conversion between a frequency f measured in hertz and an angular velocity ω measured in radians per second is ω =2 π f and f = ω2 π. This SI unit is named after Heinrich Hertz, as with every International System of Units unit named for a person, the first letter of its symbol is upper case. Note that degree Celsius conforms to this rule because the d is lowercase. — Based on The International System of Units, the hertz is named after the German physicist Heinrich Hertz, who made important scientific contributions to the study of electromagnetism. The name was established by the International Electrotechnical Commission in 1930, the term cycles per second was largely replaced by hertz by the 1970s. One hobby magazine, Electronics Illustrated, declared their intention to stick with the traditional kc. Mc. etc. units, sound is a traveling longitudinal wave which is an oscillation of pressure. Humans perceive frequency of waves as pitch.
Each musical note corresponds to a frequency which can be measured in hertz. An infants ear is able to perceive frequencies ranging from 20 Hz to 20,000 Hz, the range of ultrasound and other physical vibrations such as molecular and atomic vibrations extends from a few femtoHz into the terahertz range and beyond. Electromagnetic radiation is described by its frequency—the number of oscillations of the perpendicular electric and magnetic fields per second—expressed in hertz. Radio frequency radiation is measured in kilohertz, megahertz, or gigahertz
KGO is a commercial AM radio station licensed to San Francisco, California. It is one of two Talk radio stations in the San Francisco Bay Area owned by Cumulus Media, while KSFO airs mostly nationally syndicated talk hosts, KGO runs mostly local hosts on weekdays. KGO operates with 50,000 watts, the highest power permitted AM radio stations by the Federal Communications Commission, but it uses a directional antenna to protect the other Class A station on 810 kHz, WGY in Schenectady, New York. Most nights, using a radio, KGO can be heard throughout the Western United States east to the Rocky Mountains, and in Northern Mexico, Western Canada. KGO operated as the West Coast flagship radio station of the American Broadcasting Company until the group was purchased by Citadel Broadcasting in 2007. The station became part of Cumulus Media, following its 2011 merger with Citadel, KGO has its studios in the SoMa portion of San Franciscos Financial District. Before Cumulus took over the station, it was based in the building as its former television partner KGO-TV Channel 7 at the ABC Broadcast Center.
Its transmitter site is based in Newark near the Dumbarton Bridge, two of KGOs three towers partially collapsed during the Loma Prieta earthquake on October 17,1989. KGO was first known as the Sunset Station, at time it operated with a then-impressive 1000 watts. The stations music, which was performed by other local orchestras and vocalists. Due to GEs involvement in RCA and RCAs launch of the NBC radio network, see the KNBR entry for a fuller discussion of NBCs San Francisco radio operations. In order to obtain a clear channel in Schenectady, New York, for what would become the present-day WGY, WGY would assume the maximum permissible power, and KGO would be lowered in power to 7.5 kW. That was lower than the minimum power for a clear channel station. Therefore, GE effectively removed from the West one of its eight clear channels and added another clear channel to the East, thereby giving the East nine cleared channels, the other regions in the Band Plan all retained their allotted eight cleared channels.
In 1941, stations on 790 kHz, including WGY and KGO, were moved to 810 kHz to comply with the North American Regional Broadcasting Agreement known as NARBA. On December 1,1947, KGO was directionalized and its power was increased to 50 kW, an article in Broadcasting magazine noted that the increase retired the nations oldest regularly operating transmitter—a 7, 500-watter. in use since Jan. When the Federal Communications Commission forced NBC to sell one of its two networks, KGOs license switched from Radio Corporation of America to the Blue Network, Inc. effective January 23,1942. The NBC Blue Network simply dropped NBC from its name to become the Blue Network, KGO would become a founding station of the nascent ABC Radio Network as a result
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San Francisco Unified School District, established in 1851, is the only public school district within the City and County of San Francisco, and the first in the state of California. Under the management of the San Francisco Board of Education, the district more than 55,500 students in more than 160 institutions. SFUSD utilizes an intra-district school choice system and requires students and parents to submit a selection application, every year in the fall, the SFUSD hosts a Public School Enrollment Fair to provide families access to information about all the schools in the district. SFUSD has the second highest Academic Performance Index among the seven largest California school districts in California, newsweek’s national ranking of Best High Schools in America named seven SFUSD high schools among the top five percent in the country in 2007. In 2005, two SFUSD schools were recognized by the government as No Child Left Behind Blue-Ribbon Schools. SFUSD previously practiced a race-based admissions system, in 1983 the NAACP sued the school district and won a consent decree that mandated that no more than 45% of any racial group may make up the percentage of students at a single school.
At the time and black students were the largest demographic groups in the school district, the decree was intended to benefit black children. When it was discovered that Hispanic children had low test scores, in a five-year period ending in 1999, Asian and Latino students were the largest demographic groups in the SFUSD. On April 15,1998, the Chinese-American group asked a federal court to end the admissions practice. The system required ethnic Chinese students to higher scores than other ethnic groups in order to be admitted to Lowell High School. Waldemar Rojas, the superintendent, wanted to keep the decree because the district had received $37 million in desegregation funds, the NAACP had defended the decree. White parents who were against the racial quotas had a tendency to leave San Francisco. S, District judge, had planned to officially announce the news of the settlement the following day. The district planned to implement a diversity index in which race was one factor, Orrick ordered the district to resubmit the plan without race as a factor or to resubmit the plan under the settlement that had been reached with the Chinese parents.
In January 2000 the district agreed to race as a factor of consideration for admission. In 2007 the U. S. Supreme Court had ruled that race may not be a factor for a K-12 school. As of 2007 SFUSD admission factors include race-neutral aspects, such as the status of a students family. Lyanne Melendez of KGO-TV wrote in 2007 but the local courts, while that campus was undergoing upgrades, Bryant was moved to the old Buena Vista Elementary site. After the renovations were completed SF International High School took over the York Street building, dr. George Washington Carver Elementary César Chávez Elementary John Yehall Chin Elementary Chinese Education Center Elementary School, established in 1969
KSFO is a talk radio station in San Francisco, United States, broadcasting on 560 kHz AM with content focusing on conservative talk. It operated under the ownership of the American Broadcasting Company until the group was purchased by Citadel Broadcasting in 2007. The station is now owned by Cumulus Media, following its 2011 merger with Citadel, the stations studios are in the citys SoMa district, and a transmitter is located at the end of Islais Creek where it meets the San Francisco Bay. The content of the KSFOs talk programming is conservative, with hosts such as Mark Levin. The station airs Red Eye Radio overnights, KSFO went on the air in 1925 as KTAB in Oakland, owned by the Tenth Avenue Baptist Church there. It was acquired by Wesley Dumm under the legal name The Associated Broadcasters (in order to keep the TAB backronym, KTAB offered a variety format of music and sports. Just before the start of World War II, Mr. Dumm was tapped by President Franklin D. Roosevelt to use his KSFO facility to spawn international shortwave broadcast stations KWID and these stations became the genesis of the Voice of America.
Facilities for KSFO, KWID, and KWIX were located at San Franciscos Islais Creek where the KSFO transmitter continues to operate today. Beginning in 1955, KSFO changed to a middle of the format with some jazz, sports. At the time, the station was owned by Gene Autrys Golden West Broadcasting, for the next two decades, KSFO was the most listened-to station in the San Francisco - Oakland market. It was the home of singers like Sinatra, Nat King Cole, Sammy Davis, Dean Martin, memorable broadcasters of KSFOs history include sportscasters Russ Hodges and Lon Simmons, newscasters Aaron Edwards and Mike Powell, and disc jockeys Don Sherwood, Carter B. Smith, Al Jazzbeau Collins, Jim Lange, Gene Nelson, John Gilliland, Dan Sorkin, a history of KSFO in the heyday of Don Sherwood can be found in Laurie Harpers biography, Don Sherwood — The Life and Times of the Worlds Greatest Disk Jockey. Newscasters, and DJs from KSFO played an annual softball game to benefit the Police Athletic League, in August 1994, the station switched to a conservative talk format with the slogan The Station for Right-Thinking People.
The former two were originally the major contributors to the show, the latter covers traffic and weather, upon Lee Rodgers dismissal, Brian Sussman left his weekday evening slot and took over The Morning Show, effective February 19,2010. In June 2009, KSFO picked up Morgans new syndicated program, Americas Morning News and it airs in the very early morning slot, immediately before The Morning Show. Some of the hosts at sister station KGO, such as David Gold and Michael Savage. Gold no longer hosts shows at KSFO, although he frequently fills in other hosts are absent. In 2007, the station was purchased by Citadel Broadcasting, along with the rest of The Walt Disney Company/ABC Radios radio stations, Citadel merged with Cumulus Media on September 16,2011
KKSF is a commercial AM radio station licensed to Oakland, California. The station is owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. and serves the San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose media market, the station airs ESPN Deportes Spanish sports. Until July 22,2016, the station aired progressive talk programs. Some of the shows included Stephanie Miller, Alan Colmes. Even though KKSF is owned by iHeartMedia, it doesnt air Rush Limbaugh or Sean Hannity and those programs are heard on rival talk station KSFO, which is owned by Cumulus Media. The transmitter and twin towers are located on Point Isabel in Richmond, California,1640 KDIA utilizes one of KKSFs two towers during the day. The station operates at 20,000 watts during the day and 5,000 watts at night, KKSF has studios in San Franciscos SoMa district. The Oakland station debuted as KLX on May 3,1922, with 5 watts of power, KLX was owned for three decades by Joseph R. Knowland and publisher of the Oakland Tribune. From 1923 the KLX studios were in the Oakland Tribune Tower at Thirteenth and Franklin streets, in 1952 the transmitter was moved to the San Francisco Bay shoreline and increased to 5,000 watts.
In late 1956, KLX moved to the Bermuda Building on Franklin Street, in 1959, the Knowland family sold KLX to the former publisher of Colliers magazine. KLX became KEWB on June 7,1959, KEWB was owned by Crowell Collier Broadcasting from 1959 to 1966. KEWB 910AM debuted as a pop station, pitting it against existing San Francisco Top 40 stations KYA 1260AM. KOBY couldnt keep up and eventually changed to KKHI The HIGH spot on radio dial playing MOR music. Chris Bordens weekend show was a pool party complete with sound effects, Casey Kasem dropped in wild tracks, Gary Owens was a stream of one-liners, Bobby Dale was frantic, and Ron Lyons was acerbic. During the early 1960s, KEWB was famous for its on-air slogan Boss Radio, KEWB is considered the launching pad for the radio careers of Casey Kasem, Gary Owens, The Real Don Steele, and Robert W. Morgan. Gary Owens did a morning show at KEWB. He eventually moved it to KFWB Los Angeles, and in the 1960s was featured as the announcer on TVs Rowan & Martins Laugh In, Casey Kasem did the evening show using the moniker Casey at the Mike, after the famous baseball poem Casey at the Bat.
He had been using wild tracks between records, but the General Manager told him to stop, left without a schtick, he looked around the station for inspiration
KDYA is a radio station licensed to Vallejo, but serves the San Francisco Bay Area. It broadcasts on 1190 frequency on the AM dial with a contemporary gospel format. It is known over the air as Gospel 1190 The Light, because KDYA shares the same frequency as clear channel station KEX-AM in Portland, Oregon, it broadcasts only during daytime hours. Originally, the station debuted August 1,1947, as KGYW, later, as KNBA -- Kovers North Bay Area—the station presented a middle of the road format. With studios and transmitter on Sonoma Blvd. in the heart of Vallejo, KNBA was assigned to the frequency 1190 kHz in 1960, the calls were in use until 1992, when the frequency changed call letters to KXBT, eventually becoming its present call sign, KDYA. 1190s sister-station at 1640 AM is a Christian teaching-ministry format KDIA, KDYA is Northern Californias only full-time Urban Contemporary Gospel station reaching Sacramento, San Francisco, Santa Rosa, and Stockton metropolitan markets. The station carried Oakland Athletics Spanish radio broadcasts in the daytime, the KNBA calls are now in use by a radio station in Anchorage, Alaska.
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KMKY is an AM radio station licensed to Oakland, California that broadcasts with 5,000 watts. It calls itself Radio Punjab and airs programming in Hindi and Punjabi aimed at the San Francisco Bay Areas South Asian community and it is owned by Charanjit Batth of Akal Broadcasting Corporation. Its transmitter is located in Oakland near the plaza for the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge. The 1310 AM frequency from 1959 to 1997 was the home of Urban adult contemporary and it served as the San Francisco home of Radio Disney from 1997 to 2015, using the call sign KMKY, the last three letters standing for the Disney character Mickey Mouse. KMKY is the second-oldest surviving radio station in the Bay Area and it began as KLS on March 10,1922 on 1200 kHz. It moved to 1220 kHz in 1927 1440 kHz in 1928 and it moved to 1280 kHz in 1937 1310 kHz in 1941 as a result of the NARBA agreement. In 1959, it was bought by the owners of Memphis radio station WDIA, during the 1960s through the 1980s, the station was the premier soul and funk station in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The station helped launch the careers of musicians as Sly. In the early 1990s, KDIA was co-owned by mayor of Oakland, Elihu Harris, in 1992, the late Oakland journalist Chauncey Bailey returned to the Bay Area to work as public affairs director and newscaster on KDIA. Bailey became the editor of the Oakland Post who was murdered on the streets of downtown Oakland, KDIA changed from gospel music to Radio Disney in mid-December 1997 when the station was sold to The Walt Disney Company. On August 13,2014, Disney put KMKY and 22 other Radio Disney stations up for sale, on June 24,2015, RD San Francisco Assets filed an application to sell KMKY to Radio Mirchi, for $600,000. The sale was completed on October 6,2015, the current Radio Disney programming for the region has since moved to the KLLC HD3 digital subchannel. Query the FCCs AM station database for KMKY Radio-Locator Information on KMKY Query Nielsen Audios AM station database for KMKY FCC History Cards for KMKY
KNEW is an American business talk radio station licensed to Oakland, which serves the San Francisco Bay Area. The station is owned by iHeartMedia, the stations studios are located in SoMa district of San Francisco, and the transmitter is located in Oakland at the eastern end of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. KNEW can be heard in the HD format, KABL began in Oakland as KFWM under the ownership of the Oakland Educational Society on July 8,1925. The Oakland Post-Enquirer wanted a station to compete with the Oakland Tribunes KLX. This station became KROW, in June 1930, and used call letters until 1959. It was a station known for launching the career of comedian Phyllis Diller and for helping the career of the worlds greatest disc jockey Don Sherwood. In 1947, the built an new transmitter on a 20-acre island leased from the Port of Oakland. The new transmitter was accompanied by an increase in power from 1 KW to 5 KW full-time. This station is best known as the home of KABL. The new calls were to be KABL, as in San Franciscos legendary cable cars, in early May 1959, KROW began stunting with a continuous loop of a song called Gila Monster, the theme song from a horror film that Gordon McLendon had co-produced that year.
As KABL, the station combined a mixture of easy listening string and orchestra music with light classics, KABL was known for presenting poetic vignettes about San Francisco life, a harp interlude between songs, and a cable car bell to announce the news. Licensed to Oakland, with a transmitter near the east end of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge, while KABL could have legally identified as Oakland/San Francisco, it instead deliberately tried to identify with San Francisco rather than Oakland. It was notorious for using such as KABL Oakland, serving San Francisco on your San Francisco radio dial, in the air. In 1997, the station switched to a pop and big band format. This program didnt last for very long and they carried the syndicated When Radio Was Old-Time Radio anthology series, tending to move its time slot around. In 2000, they switched to a 1960s-1970s soft rock format. On September 28,2004,960 AM dropped the adult standards programming, KABL subsequently reemerged at co-owned 92.1 FM in Walnut Creek, California.
The station had a limited signal beyond its immediate broadcast area, however
KCBS,740 AM, is an all-news radio station located in San Francisco, which serves as the West Coast flagship station for the CBS Radio Network. It is owned by the CBS Corporations CBS Radio subsidiary, the transmitter site is located in Novato. Its programming is simulcast on co-owned FM station KFRC-FM plus that stations HD1 digital sub-channel, KCBS operates with a transmitter output of 50,000 watts, and during the daytime can be regularly received as far north as Sacramento and Hopland and south as far as San Luis Obispo. In good conditions it is heard as far north as Redding. KCBSs nighttime signal is heard throughout California, including Los Angeles and San Diego, in addition to western states, including Nevada, Washington, Idaho. On rare occasions DXers have reported receiving KCBS across the Pacific Ocean, and in Hawaii, Alaska and the northwestern portion of Mexico. Like its sister stations, WBBM in Chicago and WCBS in New York City, KCBS airs CBS News updates and simulcasts the audio portion of the weekly TV programs 60 Minutes.
Additional features include traffic and weather together, sports updates, KCBS Cover Story airs weekly as an extended look at a major issue in the news, while In Depth is a weekly long-form interview program. KCBS simulcasts a seven-minute block of the CBS Evening News east coast feed live on weekdays, the station hosts special segments each weekday with CBS News technology analysts Larry Magid and Brian Cooley, and longtime food and wine editor Narsai David. On weekday mornings, the anchor team consists of Stan Bunger, Matt Bigler. Their program includes regular talks with former Oakland Raiders coach and sportscaster John Madden, jason Brooks has served as anchor of business news segments since Bob Prices retirement in 2009. In 2011, Kim Wonderley became morning traffic anchor at the station, a KCBS direct mail piece claimed, More people rely on her morning traffic reports on KCBS than on any other station. Patti Reising was an afternoon news anchor in 2011. Stan Bunger - morning news anchor Paul Deanno - KPIX5 chief meteorologist KCBS received its first broadcasting license, as KQW in San Jose, California.
However, the licensee, Charles Herrold, had begun making audio radio transmissions in 1909. Herrolds earliest radio work had largely forgotten until 1959, when Gordon R. Grebs The Golden Anniversary of Broadcasting was published in the Journal of Broadcasting. On January 1,1909, Herrold opened the Herrold College of Wireless and Engineering, in order to promote the college, as well as provide practical experience for his students, a radio transmitter with a large antenna was constructed atop the building. The earliest transmissions used spark-gap transmitters which could transmit the dots-and-dashes of Morse code
Height above average terrain
Height above average terrain is a measure of how high an antenna site is above the surrounding landscape. HAAT is used extensively in FM radio and television, as it is more important than effective radiated power in determining the range of broadcasts. Stations that want to increase above a certain HAAT must reduce their power accordingly, the entire radial graph could be rotated to achieve the best effect for the station. The altitude of the site, minus the average altitude of all the specified points, was the HAAT. This can create some unusual cases, particularly in mountainous regions—it is possible to have a number for HAAT. The FCC has divided the Contiguous United States into three zones for the determination of spacing between FM and TV stations using the same frequencies, FM and TV stations are assigned maximum ERP and HAAT values, depending on their assigned zones, to prevent co-channel interference. The FCC regulations for ERP and HAAT are listed under Title 47, Maximum HAAT,150 meters Maximum ERP,50 kW Minimum co-channel separation,241 km Maximum HAAT,600 meters Maximum ERP,100 kW Minimum co-channel separation,290 km.
In addition, Zone I-A consists of all of California south of 40° north latitude, Puerto Rico, zones I and I-A have the most grandfathered overpowered stations, which are allowed the same extended coverage areas that they had before the zones were established. One of the most powerful of these stations is WBCT in Grand Rapids, Zone III consists of all of Florida and the areas of Alabama, Louisiana and Texas within approximately 241.4 kilometers of the Gulf of Mexico. Zone II is all the rest of the Continental United States and Hawaii
Streaming media is multimedia that is constantly received by and presented to an end-user while being delivered by a provider. A client end-user can use their player to begin to play the data file before the entire file has been transmitted. For example, in the 1930s, elevator music was among the earliest popularly available streaming media, the term streaming media can apply to media other than video and audio such as live closed captioning, ticker tape, and real-time text, which are all considered streaming text. As of 2017, streaming is generally taken to refer to cases where a user watches digital video content or listens to audio content on a computer screen. With streaming content, the user does not have to download the digital video or digital audio file before they start to watch/listen to it. There are challenges with streaming content on the Internet, as of 2016, two popular streaming services are the video sharing website YouTube, which contains video and audio files on a huge range of topics and Netflix, which streams movies and TV shows.
Live streaming refers to Internet content delivered in real-time, as events happen, Live internet streaming requires a form of source media, an encoder to digitize the content, a media publisher, and a content delivery network to distribute and deliver the content. Live streaming does not need to be recorded at the origination point, in the early 1920s, George O. Attempts to display media on computers date back to the earliest days of computing in the mid-20th century, little progress was made for several decades, primarily due to the high cost and limited capabilities of computer hardware. From the late 1980s through the 1990s, consumer-grade personal computers became powerful enough to various media. These technological improvement facilitated the streaming of audio and video content to users in their homes and workplaces. The band Severe Tire Damage was the first group to live on the Internet. On June 24,1993, the band was playing a gig at Xerox PARC while elsewhere in the building, as proof of PARCs technology, the bands performance was broadcast and could be seen live in Australia and elsewhere.
Microsoft Research developed a Microsoft TV application which was compiled under MS Windows Studio Suite, realNetworks was a pioneer in the streaming media markets, when it broadcast a baseball game between the New York Yankees and the Seattle Mariners over the Internet in 1995. The first symphonic concert on the Internet took place at the Paramount Theater in Seattle, the concert was a collaboration between The Seattle Symphony and various guest musicians such as Slash, Matt Cameron, and Barrett Martin. When Word Magazine launched in 1995, they featured the first-ever streaming soundtracks on the Internet.4 in 1999, in June 1999 Apple introduced a streaming media format in its QuickTime 4 application. It was widely adopted on websites along with RealPlayer. In 2000 Industryview. com launched its worlds largest streaming video archive website to help promote themselves