Every 500 meters along the trail there is a loudspeaker blasting 96.7FM all day long. How to tag?

No they are not sirens.

asked 19 Aug '18, 17:52

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edited 19 Aug '18, 17:53

PA systems in Czech villages ("obecní rozhlas" or "místní rozhlas" in Czech) could be a similar map feature. Every day (at some places they only play at weekends) at a given time they start their broadcast: they play with a song followed by local news. However I'm not aware of these systems being tagged.

(19 Aug '18, 18:18) m93a

Yes, lots in Taiwan too. Every few blocks, for occasional community announcements. Hmmm, one form of radio tower or public address system or loudspeaker...

(19 Aug '18, 18:49) jidanni

Long ago I remember visiting Besse(-en-Chandesse) and encountering tinny music echoing in the streets.

(19 Aug '18, 19:01) SK53 ♦

And how about these supersized anti-Communist loudspeakers? How to tag?

(20 Aug '18, 03:10) jidanni

@jidanni tourism=artwork and artwork_type=sculpture wiki

(22 Aug '18, 22:01) dieterdreist

@dieterdreist: OK. Also mention about tagging real working https://www.google.com/search?q=border+loudspeakers

(25 Aug '18, 11:28) jidanni
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I guess I'd go for man_made=loudspeaker and use description= to describe the broadcast.

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answered 21 Aug '18, 16:02

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It depends whether you want to tag the single loudspeaker (then I would go with the tags proposed by @jmapb ) or if you want to tag the trail, I would use something like public_address_system=yes on the way or route

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answered 22 Aug '18, 22:05

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