OBServer Release v5.3.1

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OBServer Release v5.3.1

November 18, 2022
AccessibilityOpen SourceRadioTelevision

Latest version receiving new features. This version breaks compatibility with modules due to code/API refactoring. For production environments, consider latest v5.2 release until modules are updated. Source code (zip) Source code (tar.gz) Features API v2 using more modern RESTful implementation (alpha) begin building automated testing via CodeCeption (alpha) OB CLI tool (alpha) with “check install” […]

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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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How did I get here in radio land?

January 23, 2018
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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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On Thin Ice: Promoting Disability Inclusive Emergency Preparedness and Response, in Canada’s Arctic

February 10, 2015
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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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