Radio Free Linux

by Daisy Whitney

Inspired by a belief that people shouldn't have to pay for expensive software to be able to broadcast online, a group of developers is offering open source software as an alternative to the commercially available streaming media servers.

"In a space as new as streaming media, it's not good to have one or two companies telling you what to do. - Jack Moffitt, iCAST, Inc. "

Apple goes open source

Most companies active in the streaming space don't quite see it that way. Of the three major players in the streaming audio player market--Apple Inc., Real Networks, and Microsoft--only Apple has opened
This article was originally published on Wednesday Jul 19th 2000
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