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Dennis

The difference is central control over the local operations processes at broadacst stations...ingest, insertion of local content like commercials, monitoring, etc. It can take the form of a complete localized programming stream coming from a remote source or the form of storing content locally but having it assembled using instructions that come over a lower bandwidth pipe from a remote source. --Dennis

Dennis,
This Centralcasting sounds a lot like satellite radio stations and television networks. Haven't broadcasters been doing this for decades? What's the real difference here?

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