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At my work we try to limit the incoming bandwith from streaming webradio's. Therefore we want to stream a couple and then distribute/share them over our internal network.

Any suggestions on how to make this possible?

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You can create your own webradion on your local network and streaming webradio from internet.

This is possible.

Look to SHOUTcast

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+1 I second Shoutcast. You can play any audio input, and send it to the network. – Mercer Traieste Jul 17 '09 at 9:00

You can broadcast even videos on your network using vlc. I never tried, so I suggest you to read the documentation.

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