The Internet's impact on broadcasters has changed from its initial position as a site for posting broadcasting information to its emergence as a valuable additional medium to reach new customers through streaming audio and new interactive concepts using push and pull technologies. Increased availability of bandwidth, faster modems, and improved and scalable audio coding schemes will create the opportunity for better definition of audio quality on the Web. In the near future, will the Internet be able to broadcast not only news but also music channels and sport events, maybe even in surround sound, with a sufficient quality of service?
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