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    Anyone in broadcasting still using Adobe Flash on their websites? Stop!

    It's officially dead as of the end of 2020. Good riddance, as far as I'm concerned. I quit installing it a year and a half ago.

    https://blogs.adobe.com/conversation...sh-update.html

    Here are the browser vendors' plans for its demise:
    Mozilla (Firefox): https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/...lugins/Roadmap
    Google (Chrome): https://www.blog.google/products/chr...-flash-chrome/
    Microsoft (IE/Edge): https://blogs.windows.com/msedgedev/...dows-timeline/
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    well, i see that Adobe is doing something websites themselves haven't done yet, and that's pretty much kill flash support all together.

    i think any site still using flash in 2017 will get rid of Flash soon.

    but instead of 2020, why not do it next year instead. is Adobe giving the sites enough time to get converted to HTML5.

    which websites are using HTML5 for radio station streaming already.

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    For my business, I had my site redesigned in Wordpress. Isn't radio utilizing Wordpress?
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