RADIO - Lithuanian stations embrace webcasting

  • 2007-08-01
  • By Kimberly Kweder
VILNIUS - A door inside a meeting room at the Tores Restaurant in Vilnius' Uzupio district exposes a narrow and rickety wooden staircase leading to an attic. Here a high-tech workstation broadcasts jazz and rhythm and blues to locals and the rest of the world.Uzupio Radijas 94.9 FM, a non-profit entity owned by Tores Restaurant, is one of more than 20 radio stations in Vilnius using a webcasting stream, that is, sending out its audio over the Internet at the same time it pumps it over the airwaves. This January the station, which began broadcasting in 2003, started its first webstream...
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