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Old 05-11-2010, 9:33 AM
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Default Miami County Fire and EMS feed

Anyone know what happened to the online feed for Miami County Fire and EMS? It used to be up and I used it frequently, especially if my dept went on a run while I was at work.

Any chance this feed will be back up soon?
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It was ether removed because the owners asked us to or it was offline for 3 weeks. The only way it will be back is if someone volunteers to broadcast it.
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Is it possible to find out if they were removed or just no longer provided?

I wouldn't want to go through the trouble of setting up the scanner and feed only to find out that Miami County doesn't allow it.
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We're not sure. If its not on the RR map than its available for someone else to broadcast.
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Old 06-28-2010, 7:13 PM
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Is it possible to find out if they were removed or just no longer provided?

I wouldn't want to go through the trouble of setting up the scanner and feed only to find out that Miami County doesn't allow it.
Miami County cannot legally stop a private citizen from streaming their system audio, so I would say go ahead and set one up.
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Default Miami Co Feed

I was the one providing the Miami Co feed. It was combined on the Northern Miami Valley feed so I didn['t have to run two radios, two PC's, etc. Just downsizing. Far as I know Miami County has no issue with it being broadcasted.
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