The current system of audio streaming is wholly inadequate. The rules of professional courtesy employed in both the House and Senate generally forbid lawmakers from using one another's names during floor debates, which means that unless you have a great ear for particular legislators' voices, you're unlikely to have any idea who is talking. The audio cues from the presiding officers don't necessarily help either. As Delegate Szeliga points out, sometimes the speaker, in recognizing her turn to speak, will refer to her as "the delegate from Baltimore County," sometimes as "the delegate from Harford County," and sometimes as "the minority whip." Things can get much more esoteric in the Senate, where President Thomas V. Mike Miller occasionally plumbs the details of Maryland history in recognizing senators, as in "the senator from the mother county," meaning St. Mary's, meaning Sen. Stephen M. Waugh.