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Man in a van
2015-02-16, 15:09
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-31487515



Ronnie

Richie
2015-02-16, 15:15
Every cloud has a silver lining. Whilst I was originally pretty irate at the streams being broken, I'm now glad the change happened but not overly happy with the way it happened.

Even listening to 6 music the improvement in quality is pretty amazing, it's like discovering radio all over again.

Richard

castalla
2015-02-16, 15:15
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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-31487515



Ronnie



"We are dealing with a relatively small number of people (affected by the changes) but for them it is the only way they can access a high quality stream at home," said Roux Joubert, general manager of platforms in the BBC's Future Media division.

"The overall success of rolling out Audio Factory is huge - the vast majority of people consuming new radio feeds are very happy with it."

How do they know this?

Man in a van
2015-02-16, 15:19
"We are dealing with a relatively small number of people (affected by the changes) but for them it is the only way they can access a high quality stream at home," said Roux Joubert, general manager of platforms in the BBC's Future Media division.

"The overall success of rolling out Audio Factory is huge - the vast majority of people consuming new radio feeds are very happy with it."

How do they know this?



It's Numpty speak.

BBC management NVQ Level 3

castalla
2015-02-16, 15:48
It's Numpty speak.

BBC management NVQ Level 3

Unbelievable. The emperor's new clothes?