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here's how to find a show missing from the kchung archive.

the kchung archive has three parts:

  1. local (studio computer) storage of mp3s
this is the "archive" folder on the desktop of the studio computer. at the end of each broadcast, the station manager puts all the recordings (as mp3s) into this folder, organized into sub-folders organized by date (formatted as YYYY-MM-DD).
  1. remote (cloud) storage of mp3s
this is s3 cloud storage managed by dreamhost. similar to FTP, but with its own rules and syntax. you can browse the cloud storage using command line or applications like cyberduck (free software).
  1. remote database (stored on LACA's server).
the archive webpage is automatically generated from the database entries, which include links to the remotely stored mp3 files.

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