That's great news!
On Fri, Jun 13, 2008 at 7:43 PM, James Cridland <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Enjoying this thread so far. > > As the man in charge of the Coyopa project, which'll be fiddling with a lot > of our streams, could I pop in and make the following points (given you know > we're making changes later this year)... > > 1. We are not removing internet-radio-compatible streams. Panic not. > 2. Flash streaming "just works" for most people, and as the TV iPlayer has > shown, a tremendously popular way of consuming content. > 3. HTTP downloads are not possible: we don't own most of the content. That's > why you've spotted RTMP being used - it's a form of non-invasive Content > Restriction And Protection. I'm sorry we have to use it. But we have to use > it. > 4. In the minority of cases where HTTP downloads are possible, I would like > to make those available for more programmes than just the podcasts. > 5. A "pop-up player" will continue to be available in iPlayer when radio > "moves in". > > I love the idea of segmenting stories within the Today programme, and I've > ensured that the right people see that idea. > > Good. > > (grin) > > Beer, anyone? > > - Sent via the backstage.bbc.co.uk discussion group. To unsubscribe, please visit http://backstage.bbc.co.uk/archives/2005/01/mailing_list.html. Unofficial list archive: http://email@example.com/