Carrie Webb: Another question here from David Williams. David says, “Why are your video session so delayed in Miro so they are weeks behind the original airing?”
Robbie Ferguson: Interesting question. So talking about Miro guide which is a service online that is basically the front end to Miro Internet TV, a fabulous service. But Miro Guide yeah, it tends to fall behind so if we bring it up here we can see like if we do a quick search for Category5.
So here's our show and let say I bring up our H.264 for 480P feed then we’ll see that episode 65 is the latest episode listed on Miro Guide whereas this is episode 67, so what happen to episode number 66, right? So that’s where you're talking about and sometimes I have notice that Miro Guide will be even further behind sometimes substantially longer, sometimes it’s several weeks.
What is it is actually is not that they're behind is that their website has not curried our RSS feed. So this information is obtained from the RSS which you can find directly on our website of Category5.TV or you can click on the feed button down here. You see the video feed. So if you click on that that’s going to actually take you to the RSS and you'll see that episode 66 does exist but it doesn’t exist on the Miro site only because their system has not curried our RSS.
So even though it’s not showing up on Miro Guide as far as being displayed if you do subscribe to that feed with Miro or with any other RSS Reader you will actually get the latest episodes every Wednesday morning and our schedule is actually posted on our website Category5.TV. If you click on about us and then you'll see schedule down at the bottom and just click on, I think it’s the broadcast schedule. You can find out quite a bit about our site just or about our show right on our website.
But under have know us schedule broadcast schedule will actually tell you when everything goes live so you'll see that our RSS feed go live 11:30 AM, Wednesday mornings. So it is actually up-to-date just not on their site.