123rd AES Adds Broadcast Audio Conference
New York - Jun 18, 2007 - The Audio Engineering Society will introduce a dedicated, four-day Broadcast Audio Conference to its 123rd AES Convention, to be held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York on Oct. 5 to 8, 2007.
Among the sessions included in the conference are a loudness workshop with Emil Torick, a two-part considerations for facility design panel including a stand-alone facility wiring and distribution systems for TV and radio session, an innovations in digital radio panel, and an audio processing for HD (TV and radio) panel.
The AES reports that more than 2,000 broadcast audio professionals attended the 2005 and 2006 AES Conventions in New York and San Francisco. The organization expects the broadcast audience to grow this year.
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