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James Cridland James Cridland | 14:16 UK time, Monday, 23 March 2009

Coyopa, as any regular Radio Labs reader will know, is the new system for encoding BBC national radio stations for the iPlayer and internet media devices - both simulcast and on-demand. It's been running well in production since November, and is now producing all listen-again and most simulcast streams across our services.

If you're deeply interested in the technology we use, here's a quick delve into rather more detail about Coyopa. This isn't for the faint-hearted, particularly if your tolerance for TLAs is low. (What's a TLA? A Three Letter Acronym. LOL. FTW!)

Read more and leave comments on the Radio Labs blog.

James Cridland is Head of Future Media & Technology for BBC Audio & Music Interactive.

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