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Friday, December 31, 2010
NYC Listen to the Ball Drop - From Behind the scenes
Due to previous year's feedback and continuing with a W2LIE.net tradition- "Listen to the Ball Drop - From Behind the scenes" returns for another year, and will continue to do so each and every year!
That's right - Listen to Dick Clark's Rock'in New Years from the Director's Chair.
True, you won't be hearing it "as it happens" due to streaming delays - but the sync should be close enough with Satellite delays for you to enjoy hearing the action while watching the live event! The feed will start mid-day, and run well past midnight.
There was plenty of action on the feed after the sun went down. Camera crews and the director were hunting for "filler shots" to record and use during the live broadcast of the night's events.
This is not a "Public Safety" type of feed. Feedback is always welcome. Catch the feed on my "special" stream.
73 and Happy New Years
Phil - w2lie
Labels: Happy New Year, streaming audio feed