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ColHogan
4-07-2010 (1:48 pm)

Good Afternoon,

  I have been listening to the classic Rock Channel on VLC media player for over a year.  The feed has always been great except for the occasional outage.  Monday, I came into work and tried to access the channel but it would play 1 second ofg music and then change to a different source.  it would do this for about 5 times before stop playing all together.  I have tried to update my link and restart the computer but nothing seems to bring back the channel.  Anything you can suggest will be greatly appreciated.



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Jeff
4-07-2010 (2:35 pm)
What URL are you using?

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The Admiral
4-07-2010 (10:13 pm)
It seems that all of the Flash player links are not working - coming up as not being there at all.

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ColHogan
4-08-2010 (9:10 am)
It seems that all of the Flash player links are not working - coming up as not being there at all.

 I am listening through the WMA link on the web site.  when I click on it, I press open and it goes into my VLC player and starts to mess up.  If i open it up in my WMP applicationb, I get too many popups that my agency does not approve of and will block the site from the network.



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Jeff
4-08-2010 (7:51 pm)

 I am listening through the WMA link on the web site.  when I click on it, I press open and it goes into my VLC player and starts to mess up.  If i open it up in my WMP applicationb, I get too many popups that my agency does not approve of and will block the site from the network.

Hmmm...the only thing that was changed with the WMA streams were they are now MP3 streams but VLC should play MP3 streams fine.  I'll have to do some testing and see what I can come up with.

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