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Old 11-30-2012, 9:02 AM
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Am sure if this is the right fourm or not, but have you seen the Scan New England website lately? It seems that SNE has a teamspeak now. I use teamspeak for video gaming and I don't think I have seen it used for the radio hobby.
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Old 11-30-2012, 9:14 AM
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The Teamspeak server at SNE is intended for chat only by members of the site. It's not there for audio streaming as it used to be years ago.
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Old 11-30-2012, 9:30 AM
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The Teamspeak server at SNE is intended for chat only by members of the site. It's not there for audio streaming as it used to be years ago.
Ah, okay.
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Team Speak was rather big a few years ago, for those broadcasting/streaming.

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Am sure if this is the right fourm or not, but have you seen the Scan New England website lately? It seems that SNE has a teamspeak now. I use teamspeak for video gaming and I don't think I have seen it used for the radio hobby.
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Old 11-30-2012, 3:31 PM
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Teamspeak was a great platform for a single point providing multiple feeds. Two things pretty much brought all of the scanner audio feedservers down, one of which was the move from Teamspeak 2 to Teamspeak 3. The radical difference between the two turned off a lot of people. When we went from 2 to 3 we lost probably over 50% of our visitors. The second thing was obviously Radio Reference's acquisition of Scan America. But it was fun while it lasted and a lot of good feeds and good chat was available, to include breaking events, the Democratic National Convention in Boston years ago, and a slew of others. At one point during its heyday the SNE Teamspeak server was hosted at a commercial location.
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I used to love using SNE TeamSpeak for the scanner listening especially for Boston back in the day.
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