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Ian Freeman - Host of Free Talk Live and LRN.FM - How to run your own radio station.

Ian Freeman - Host of Free Talk Live and Program Director of LRN.FM and Blogger on FreeKeene.com - How to run your own radio station.

Program Date:  Wednesday, December 15, 2010
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A. Micro Budget

Satellite: Receiving equipment can be very affordable. New and used Free-to-Air receivers can be found for under $100. Here are some receivers at Amazon. You’ll also need a dish that is at least 30″ to receive Ku-band.

Internet: You can use an existing computer to receive our stream, but that requires running a computer 24/7, so a better idea might be a cheap internet radio which would consume less power and be dedicated to audio receiving. Operating system issues, reboots, or other such problems will not afflict a dedicated audio receiver.

  B. Medium Budget

Satellite: You don’t need to pay much more to get a receiver with decent audio connections. At the time of this writing the rackmountable GeoSatPro DSR-R100 with balanced XLR outputs was only $185. Larger satellite dishes don’t cost much more and will collect more signal, meaning less chance of rain fade. (Though, even the minimum 30″ dish doesn’t tend to rain fade until very heavy rain, from my experience.) Also, you’ll need a larger dish if you are in the weaker signal areas shown on our signal map.

Internet: The internet radios I linked to in the micro budget section are good, but professional-level equipment doesn’t cost much more. As of this writing, you can get the Barix Extreamer 100 for $195 and free shipping. The Extreamer will feed audio 24/7 from our stream, and if for some reason our stream fails, it can fall back to other streams or a flash drive that you plug into the front of the unit loaded with MP3s. This nearly eliminates the possibility of dead air (unless the unit itself fails, which is highly unlikely as this is a professional, solid-state device). For the backup MP3s LRN.FM recommends using MP3s that are of an introduction-to-liberty theme. Here are some links to good MP3s, including audio versions of Wes Bertrand’s “Complete Liberty”, The Tannehills’ “The Market For Liberty”, Dr. Mary Ruwart’s “Healing Our World”Spooner’s “No Treason” (or this version from Mises), Bastiat’s “The Law”, and the Liberty Radio Underground. Wondering how to hook your Extreamer up via wifi? Read about one possible solution here on the Free Radio Forum.

  C. Large Budget

Satellite: TBA – I haven’t found a better unit than the rackmountable GeoSatPro DSR-R10

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