Broadcast infrastructure virtualization: Twelve syllables that represent a dizzying variety of implementations. Sean Kelly, founder of Seagull.fm in Exeter, Torbay, and South Devon England, is enabling local presenters and other contributors to be on-air, live from their homes and small studios. Building a virtualized backend infrastructure has been a key element to the reliability and usability of Sean’s broadcast workflow. Sean reveals both rationale and technical details on this episode of TWiRT.
- Seagull.fm – listen live from here
- The popular (refurbished) Dell R710 server (pdf spec sheet)
- How to install VMWare ESXI on the Dell R710
- ENCO radio automation (used by Seagull.fm)
- Rivendell radio automation
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