Society of Broadcast Engineers Adaptive Media Systems Engineering
Broadcast Engineering for the Digital Age
Adaptive Media Systems Engineering - Broadcast Engineering for the Digital Age is the latest course released by the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) in the SBE University series. The course was written for the SBE by member, Philip J. Cianci, CSTE. It addresses the challenges of a contemporary technologist who works in the broadcast or media industry and offers techniques to ease the transition from broadcast engineer to media systems engineer. Each chapter provides practical suggestions and solutions for the digital era. Subjects include an introduction to media systems engineering, the role of the media systems engineer, the importance of professional societies and standards bodies, project management techniques, the planning process, process improvement, organizational efficiency and more.
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