Telos Alliance Wins Two NewBay Best of Show Awards at NAB 2017 April 28, 2017
The Telos Alliance®—innovator in broadcast radio and TV technology and parent company to Telos®, Omnia®, Axia®, 25-Seven®, Linear Acoustic®, and Minnetonka™—announced today that its Radio Division has received two NewBay Awards for Best of Show at NAB 2017, April 22–27, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
"We are honored to receive these distinguished awards from NewBay," says Frank Foti, CEO of the Telos Alliance. "At Telos Alliance we are always pushing hard to create products that not only give our broadcasting family the solutions they need, but that are innovative and offer great performance. It's gratifying to see that work rewarded."
The new Omnia VOLT™ Broadcast Audio Processor is the recipient of NewBay’s Best of Show Award, presented at the 2017 NAB Show by Radio World. With VOLT, Omnia has rewritten the rules for broadcast DSP, fine-tuning its algorithms and giving broadcasters more sonic performance and processing power in one rack unit than others offer in three.
Sharing technological lineage with top-of-the-line Omnia products like the Omnia.11, VOLT features 1RU sound that rivals the best processors on the market, while offering broadcasters format versatility and quick, easy tuning. It also features a fresh new industrial design that underscores a major leap forward in sonic performance.
The 25-Seven TVC-15 Broadcast Watermark Analyzer & Monitor received NewBay’s Best of Show Award, presented at the 2017 NAB Show by Radio magazine. For the first time ever, stations in electronically measured markets can independently detect, monitor, and analyze how well each element in their programming supports audio watermarking. Measurements happen in real time, right off the air, without being connected to a watermark encoder. Every 400 milliseconds, TVC-15’s tone verification codec detects and analyzes the actual code symbols in any audio you feed it, whether yours, or any other encoding station in your market. Standard analog inputs mean you can monitor any source, live or recorded. With TVC-15, stations now have a tool to independently verify the presence and relative quality of watermark tones embedded in their programming.
Stations with a Voltair watermark monitor and processor can use TVC-15 to automatically adjust enhancement levels in real-time. TVC-15’s Intelligent Adaptive Enhancement [AE] closes the feedback loop, letting you dynamically control Voltair processing based on moment-by-moment analysis of your actual air signal, pushing enhancement when it is needed, while backing off when not.
Additionally, the Telos Alliance TV Solutions Group also received a NewBay Best of Show Award for the Linear Acoustic AMS Authoring and Monitoring System.
NewBay’s Best of Show Awards are evaluated by a panel of engineers and industry experts, and are selected based on innovation, feature set, cost efficiency, and performance in serving the industry.
All nominated products are featured in the special Best of Show Awards Program Guide, to be distributed in digital edition form to readers of Radio World, TV Technology, Digital Video, Video Edge, Government Video, Radio magazine, Pro Sound News and Sound & Video Contractor.
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