Fairfax Network Webcast Registration
Webcasts are free of charge to individual schools, school districts, home schools, regional media resource centers, public television stations, and cable systems. Register to receive news, program updates, and other valuable information sent directly to your e-mail inbox.
Accessing the Webcasts
• Conduct a test in advance of the live webcast. You may test your system at the Fairfax Network Live URL at
(available 24-hours a day, 7-days a week).
• You need a high-speed Internet connection such as a cable modem, DSL, T1, etc. A dial-up connection is not sufficient to view the stream. Internet protection services such as firewalls may prevent you from viewing the stream.
• Use a presentation station or a projector to show the video when the entire class needs to view the content. If you have a class of 20 students watching a video stream on their desktops, 700K per stream totals to 14M of bandwidth—that is just for this one class.
• Use a wired PC for video/audio streaming. Wireless networks have limited bandwidth and can easily be saturated by video streams.
• There may be some loss of video quality. The quality of images and sound depend greatly on the quality of your Internet connection.
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