Thanks for the update, dave. I'm grateful for the feed and the time investment.
From my home, I can see most of the LA class B, so it's been great to tune into most of it on occasion. What started as trying to listen to and track flights that friends were on has turned into an interest of learning to fly and I'm now working towards a PPL. Can't say I would have gone down this exciting road without LiveATC, so thank you.
There is still a problem with this feed. During the major exercise last weekend not a single communication was heard on the feed. I have my own radios and other online means with which to monitor, but many are not that lucky. I have compared my own logs to the archived logs of the feed and there was nothing whatsoever. Before it came back online everything would have been audible, it had superb audio. It costs money to keep these feeds online, this provider has three for instance, but I feel they should be taken down, until it is resolved. This will prevent users listening for hours end and hearing nothing.
I know this is a terribly old post, but I searched IAH to see if I had missed anything recently and for some reason I saw your post. As of Mid-2014 I took over the feeds for IAH after they went down for quite some time. If this is still relevant to you, lookup IAH on whatever device you like to listen with. Dave currently has me configured with the feed broken into two streams since there is so much traffic.