Ok and who would determine what talk-groups or frequencies get scanned? Some people want to hear public works guys, while others never want to hear the bus talk-group, or dog catcher, some people want info, while others don't. Could get kind of confusing.
Will like the Scan Arizona there are choices, let the user decide what he wants to listen too by clicking the link provided. With enough people and radios there could be plenty of choices, but that means contacting more scanner users in the state that are willing, that in itself would be a great undertaking, maybe best to forget it.
I am planning on a live stream. I will be useing a pro 94 but have yet to build the streaming software. I dont know what to use. Then I would like to get some that allows for a GUI or atleast users to see live grafix. I have a BC245 that has some neat software. I am not an HTML guy so I am pokeing and proding my way through the site build.
Check out the Scan New England website below. When I was running my stream, I used this as a guide on how to get set up. When I did my feeds, I hosted them directly form a computers at my house and my parents house using Windows Media Encoder. This will allow you to stream audio, and stream a selected portion of your desktop. Looking at the Scan New England site, Scott has moved on to using TeamSpeak and he has a lot of information on this. http://www.scannewengland.net/wiki/index.php/Teamspeak_Server_Info