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How do I use OpenBroadcaster for Legislative Broadcasting and Audio Archiving?

March 2, 2022
RadioTelevision

 Legislative Broadcasting and Recording – Setup server and player as normal – Create a DPL that plays the “Off Air” message on repeat – Create a InSession playlist that plays a message on repeat like “The legislature is in session but the audio is currently disabled. Please stand by for resumption of the session” – […]

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TWiRT 568 – Common Alerting Protocol

October 29, 2021
Emergency AlertingOpen SourceRadio

Common Alerting Protocol Doesn’t sound exciting, but what it’s doing for people in many countries is sometimes life-saving. We might think of CAP as a new-ish way to receive emergency messages, such as Child Abduction Emergency notification. Or we may consider CAP as just another input source to our broadcast EAS systems. There’s a lot […]

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Emergency Disaster Assistance – Resilience Through Innovation

November 18, 2020
Emergency AlertingOpen SourceRadio

Pyrate 3.0 November 18, 2020 Tagish, Yukon, Canada As part of Canadian Innovation Week, OpenBroadcaster Inc is releasing Pyrate 3.0 free and open-source software (FOSS). An open source emergency response radio and TV broadcast toolkit for stations to remotely access their studios and distribute CAP emergency alert messages during COVID19. About Raspberry Pi Pyrate Broadcast […]

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TWIRT 388 Open Source Radio

May 17, 2018
Open SourceRadio

Lots of fun chatting about our company history and innovative open source broadcast automation systems. http://thisweekinradiotech.com/twirt-home/2018/3/23/twirt-388-open-broadcaster-with-rob-hopkins

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New Indigenous Radio Station Receives Federal Funding

April 23, 2018
LanguageRadio

Crystal Rain Harry (left) and Bella Alphonse train with Rob Hopkins from Tagish, Yukon for the new Tsilhqot’in Community Radio station, launched on Friday, Dec. 15. On Monday the federal government announced $180,500 in funding for the radio project. New indigenous radio station receives federal funding Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada announced […]

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Trevor Baylis: Wind-up Radio Inventor Dies Aged 80

March 5, 2018
Radio

Trevor Baylis: Wind-up Radio Inventor Dies Aged 80 http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england Trevor really inspired me to get into radio and provide services for the rest of the world. Would have really liked to meet him. Where I saw the challenge and opportunity was when these villages in Africa all got around to having a wind up radio, […]

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OpenBroadcaster Supports Axia Livewire RTP Protocol

January 23, 2018
Open SourceRadio

OpenBroadcaster releases open source software to provide Livewire\RTP support with Axia Audio over IP (AoIP) consoles. This exciting added functionality presents the opportunity to easily field, deploy and integrate standalone OBPlayer into the AoIP broadcast chain with CAP EAS emergency alerts. This innovation builds on the suite of web-enabled general software and automation appliances with […]

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How did I get here in radio land?

January 23, 2018
Emergency AlertingLanguageOpen SourceRadioTelevision

Rob Hopkins – Tagish, Yukon Back in 1989 – 1993 I was able to save up and take off with my bicycle and spend a few years traveling around the world, through China, India, South East Asia and Europe. I was able to subsidize my traveling and live the “Yukon dream” by spending 6 months […]

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Open Source CAP (Common Alerting Protocol) Broadcast Application Developed in Canada

September 5, 2016
Emergency AlertingRadioTelevision

For Immediate Release September 5, 2016 OpenBroadcaster occupies a unique space in the marketplace as the only company in North America that offers a full suite radio automation and media asset management software package equipped with its own emergency messaging system adhering to the Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) CAP-CP History Aug 29, 2014 the Canadian […]

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2 Yukon Companies Assist in Deployment of Radio Network in Nunavut

August 31, 2016
LanguageOpen SourceRadio

For Immediate Release Aug 31, 2016 OpenBroadcaster Inc and Computerisms Corporation are pleased to have played a part in a project spearheaded by SSI Micro and the Kitikmeot Inuit Association (KIA) to introduce its latest public service, the Kitikmeot Radio Network (KRN). The pilot project was launched July 9th and was timed to coincide with […]

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KIA SSI Radio project in Kitikmeot Region Nunavut

February 14, 2016
LanguageRadio

KITIKMEOT INUIT ASSOCIATION AND SSI MICRO TO COLLABORATE ON REGIONAL RADIO PILOT PROJECT Cambridge Bay, Nunavut, June 11th, 2015 The Kitikmeot Inuit Association (KIA) and SSI Micro are very pleased to announce a collaborative partnership to launch a Regional Radio Pilot Project in Nunavut’s Kitikmeot region. The Pilot Project will operate for an initial two […]

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On Thin Ice: Promoting Disability Inclusive Emergency Preparedness and Response, in Canada’s Arctic

February 10, 2015
AccessibilityEmergency AlertingRadioTelevision

Media Release 9 Feb 2015 In 2013, the Global Alliance on Accessible Technologies and Environments (GAATES) launched the On Thin Ice (OTI) Project. Funded by the Government of Canada’s Social Development Partnerships Program, the project seeks to protect lives and improve the security, well-being, and inclusion of persons with disabilities (physical, cognitive and sensory) and […]

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