I recommend going beyond that.
I recommend that you keep your stations about 20 ports apart. In other words, if your radio station is on Port 8000 (8001 for DNAS listening), then your TV station should be on Port 8020 (8021 for DNAS listening). I would guess there's some technical logic behind this, but all I know is that IT WORKS FOR ME.
I also recommend that you get the RADIO station hosted. The reason I say get the RADIO station hosted is because its MUCH easier to find hosting for the radio station than it is for the TV station at this point. An example is Live365, which charges only $19.95/mo. for its most basic LIVE/RELAY broadcasting package, which also includes the $5.00 fee which goes to pay ROYALTIES to those whose copyrighted material you may use on your station.
Some people here don't like Live365 and others flat out HATE it I know, but you'd be HARD PRESSED to find ANYONE who beats them.
As for getting bandwidth for your TV station, the CHEAPEST way would be to go the P2P (peer-to-peer) route. I use Streamer P2P (mostly because I was able to figure it out, unlike Peercast - UGH!
). To see my station in P2P mode, just click on the STREAMER P2P link below.
If you STILL wanna go the hosting route, then certainly be my guest. But again, as I said before, you'd be HARD PRESSED to find someone who supports NSV. That's NOT to say that no one does however.
It's just that, right now, the support at the host level just isn't there right now.
Hopefully when John Kerry is elected President and Bush is KICKED OUT OF OFFICE, this will change someday.
But until then, I'm afraid the overall worldwide support for NSV will be as slow as its development by Nullsoft.
Hope this helps
Cheers for now