[JPL] Pod Casting

Eric Jackson eric-jackson at comcast.net
Wed Jul 22 12:34:27 EDT 2009

Shaunna Morrison Machosky wrote:

> Streaming: a stream is not downloadable to an end-user's computer. When 
> audio is streamed, there is no file left on an end-user's computer. A 
> stream is accessed through a media player directly from a server. No 
> portability or ownership.
> Podcasting: a file is downloaded by the end user. A copy of it is on 
> their hard disk. A podcast file can be redistributed, copied or edited.

This is a silly and useless distinction. I can capture any sound that 
plays on my computer, even if it's a stream.

Eric Jackson
Mon - Thurs 8 pm - mid.
89.7 FM WGBH Boston

> -sm
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>> I would be surprised if this was legal for a person to listen on 
>> demand to a Stream you have posted for time shift listening.  That 
>> would really in effect not be different than podcasting and once the 
>> stream is downloaded the presenter and the artist have no control with 
>> how or where the downloader use or distribute the downloaded stream.
>> I have been wrong many times in the past and hope others will weigh in 
>> on this sticky subject.  Actually I HOPE I am wrong.
>> TOM
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