What CAN'T be streamed?

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I just got my stream up and going today. I live in a small town (6,000) and my stream is quite quiet. I was wondering what I cannot broadcast. I noticed on the application page that ambulance - patient information frequencies are not allowed. Are there others? What about local repeaters.. HAM channels.. or anything else that may be slipping my mind at this moment. Air ambulance... I think around here I always hear them on patient information channels? I looked around quite a bit but have had no luck locating anything on this topic.
 

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Feed Providers are not allowed to broadcast:

*SWAT "type" operations if on dedicated channels or talkgroups
*Narcotics / CID / Investigations or other tactical operations
*Dedicated channels or talkgroups for Ambulance to Hospital Communications
*Dedicated Federal Government or Military Communications (exceptions include any fire fighting or *EMS operations, space shuttle communications, park ranger operations)
*Any commercial service broadcast (FM/AM/TV etc)
*Music or talk show of any kind (commercial or non-commercial)
*DJ or other type of similar activity (commercial or non-commercial)
*Open Microphones
*NOAA Weather Radio (See Wunderground for a host)
RadioReference reserves the right to limit access to or disable broadcasts that the management feels not appropriate for the community.

Does this answer your question?. HAM Repeaters are ok.
 
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Feed Providers are not allowed to broadcast:

*SWAT "type" operations if on dedicated channels or talkgroups
*Narcotics / CID / Investigations or other tactical operations
*Dedicated channels or talkgroups for Ambulance to Hospital Communications
*Dedicated Federal Government or Military Communications (exceptions include any fire fighting or *EMS operations, space shuttle communications, park ranger operations)
*Any commercial service broadcast (FM/AM/TV etc)
*Music or talk show of any kind (commercial or non-commercial)
*DJ or other type of similar activity (commercial or non-commercial)
*Open Microphones
*NOAA Weather Radio (See Wunderground for a host)
RadioReference reserves the right to limit access to or disable broadcasts that the management feels not appropriate for the community.

Does this answer your question?. HAM Repeaters are ok.
Yes it does, thanks again! Your on top of this, you need a raise ;0)
 
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