A follow up to Suzy’s RFI–
I am also very curious what other museums are using for audio hosting. There 
are a lot of options out there, but nothing quite as ubiquitous (nor free) as 
YouTube, I frequently hear Soundcloud referenced as this option, but I am not 
fond of this service for several reasons. It would be amazing to hear about 
personal experiences with other products to help better define the pros and 
cons. Thus far, I’ve had the ease of working with a minimal amount of content 
so that we can host on our server, but this leaves us with a less than ideal 
asset management and not a particularly sophisticated playback experience.

As always, I’m happy to share back my learnings to the community!

Best,
Anna

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    Hello MCN Community,

    We are doing some market research on audio hosting. If possible, can you 
share information about who you use, cost, if you are happy with the service, 
etc.

    Thank you for sharing your time and expertise,
    Suzy Sarraf

    //////////////////////////////
    Looking for a vendor that would ideally have these requirements as standard 
part of service.

    Requirements:

      *   Sandbox environment
      *   Multiple user logins/ID w/differing levels of access
      *   Robust analytics (GA integration)
      *   Work w/3rd party vendors (e.g., 3play)
      *   A secure / authenticated web based API to get a list of media items 
and properties for each, e.g. title, id, token used by players, duration, size, 
creation / update dates, etc.
      *   Player loading and media streaming must support distribution over 
secure HTTPS rather than HTTP - there should not merely be a redirect back to 
HTTP from HTTPS
      *   Technical support (minimally via e-mail and chat) for the APIs and 
the platform in general
      *   Players, multiple types available (single track, multi-track)
      *   Players that can be skinned by applying custom CSS
      *   Players should be responsive for different devices and touch-enabled
      *   Players (probably multiple) that work across all devices and web 
browsers supported by the web site and platform support for auto-detection of 
the client in order to deliver the proper player for the client platform
      *   HTML5 based players that DO NOT REQUIRE FLASH OR OTHER PLUGINS - if 
there's a flash player that's used when flash is available, that's fine, but 
flash cannot be a required plugin for any player to work
      *   Ideally a programming API to get a list of configured players 
suitable for playing various media supported by the provider, but that's not 
required
      *   Ideally a programming API for performing CRUD (create, read, update, 
destroy) operations on media items, but that's not required
      *   Ideally all web based APIs would also be made available with a Java 
API wrapper, but that's not required
      *   Absolute URL accessible for production of RSS/XML to populate Itunes 
and other aggregates
      *   Public facing channel via service (e.g. Soundcloud) publically 
accessible


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Anna Chiaretta Lavatelli
Director of Digital Media
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
220 East Chicago Avenue
Chicago, IL 60611
alavate...@mcachicago.org
312-397-4047
mcachicago.org

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