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Where to find Broadcastify 911 call audio?


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Premium Subscriber
Mar 7, 2010
San Diego
Every week or so, I see a national news broadcast that has 911 call audio, not dispatch, but 911 caller talking to 911 operator, and it says "SOURCE: BROADCASTIFY.COM". Am I missing something here, or is there a link to this section/content or just confused television news people tagging everything Broadcastify?



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Staff member
Dec 9, 2000
Whitefish, MT
We don't provide 911 call audio. Anything you probably see attributed to Broadcastify is communications from the agency archived on a feed. If it is an actual 911 call recording that came from elsewhere.