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Without technology upgrades, SDPB coverage of the state legislature could be interrupted.
Without technology upgrades, SDPB coverage of the state legislature could be interrupted.
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August 25, 2015

Public Broadcasting Looks for Streaming Solution

South Dakota Public Broadcasting may have to interrupt their streaming of state government sessions. According to the Rapid City Journal, the current software is outdated and unsupported. New software has been found, but it could be next year before funds are available. If something breaks before then, a fix would be unavailable.

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