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127th AES Convention Adds to Broadcast and Streaming Sessions
New York - Jul 27, 2009 - The Audio Engineering Society has added to its 127th Convention sessions on broadcast and streaming. The existing coverage of audio processing for Internet streaming, innovations in digital broadcasting and signal management for digital TV will be augmented by sessions on listener fatigue, lip sync and loudness. In addition, the considerations for facility design panel will convene as a two-hour Facility Design: A Case Study.
Stream Playback and Distribution: Encoding and stream delivery are key factors affecting a broadcaster's distribution strategy. Today, all connected devices from Internet radios to mobile phones to IP-enabled televisions/set-top-boxes to Moblin-powered Mobile Internet Devices are potential radios. Raymond Archie, director of streaming operation for CBS Radio will chair a panel including Intel Ecosystem Digital Home Group Manager Majd Naciri, Reciva Internet Radio CEO Ben Terrell, Vtuner CEO Harry Johnson, Stream The World CTO Jean-Francois Gadoury and others.
Audio for Newsgathering: This session will move beyond the acronyms to investigate current and emerging options for audio field recording and backhaul.
Facility Design: A Case Study: A team of design and system integration specialists will scope out a hypothetical media environment. The panel's collaborative process in addressing this open-ended fantasy should produce an abundance of surprising recommendations and conclusions. Among the participants in this two hour panel are John Storyk of Walters-Storyk Design Group, HVAC expert Marcy Ramos, Judy Elliott-Brown of Connectivity, contractor Chris Harmaty of Technical Structures, Dirk Noy of WSDG, and David Atkins of Argosy Studio and Technical Furniture.
The 127th AES Convention will be held at the Javits Convention Center in New York, Oct. 9-12, 2009.
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