Look for the post "Yawcam with streaming audio" for a free way to stream your audio.
Streaming audio is not supported by Yawcam, however there is a work around. After looking throughout the web I have found a solution. One warning... Since the video and audio are not run by the same program and cannot sinc, there is a 10 second lag in audio timing. While you can't keep an eye on the screen full time... the audio can help.
For adding audio you will need to: install Yawcam and install BroadWave Streaming Audio Server (free version) from http://www.nch.com.au/streaming/index.html.
Next add this code in Yawcam at settings, edit settings..., stream, page designer..., page text box
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<center>Audio is delayed 10 seconds. <br> <EMBED src="http://_your_ip_here_:88/broadwave.m3u?src=1&rate=1" autostart=false hidden=false> <br> Audio Streamed by the <br><a href="http://www.nch.com.au/streaming/index.html">BroadWave Streaming Audio Server</a> by <a href="http://www.nch.com.au/index.html">NCH Software</a>.</center><p>
To auto start the audio... change the tag line "autostart=false" to "autostart=true".
To hide the player change the tag line "hidden=false" to "hidden=true".
BroadWave does require a link on each audio page for the free version.
Thanks to the Yawcam page text box, adding the code is easy. Immagine having to look for the html pages to modify it and hope it works and at the very least didn't mess up anything else. Thumbs up to the designers!
If you want to see a working version check out my cam at http://xmanor.com/.
It is usualy on between 4PM to 12AM Mountain Standart Time.
UPDATE: 02/03/2009 15:16: Remember to turn off your speakers or it will create a hum that gets louder and louder as it repeats itself.