Hosted by both Nautel and Telos Alliance, the first webinar on August 13 will introduce the Radio Air-Chain Innovation Collaborative, review some key “Made for Radio” standards, and show new capabilities that are applicable to HD deployments today. The companies will also provide a review of key industry standards that are being used as a basis for technological advancements.
Webinars #2 and #3 on August 27 and September 10 will feature live demonstrations of new, disruptive technologies resulting from the collaboration between Nautel and Telos Alliance.
To sign up for Radio Air-Chain Innovation webinars, visit https://www.nautel.com/resources/webinars/.
For more information please contact:
Head of Marketing, Nautel
Director of Content, Telos Alliance
About Telos Alliance
Telos Alliance is a global leader in audio, trusted by the biggest names in the media landscape. Telos Alliance's exclusive focus is to deliver innovative, intuitive solutions that inspire the creation of the most exciting and engaging audio experiences imaginable. No audio challenge is too big; no technology is beyond reach; no solution, large or small, is unobtainable. The Telos Alliance portfolio of brands includes Axia® Audio, Linear Acoustic®, Minnetonka Audio®, Omnia® Audio, Telos Alliance®, Telos Infinity®, Telos® Systems, and 25-Seven® Systems. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, with additional offices and dealers around the world, the Telos Alliance supports the diverse needs of audio professionals around the world with best-in-class support 24/7.
Nautel is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of AM and FM radio broadcast transmitters. Focused on making transmission worry-free for users worldwide, Nautel provides valuable new solutions for digital radio broadcasting at stations of all sizes. All Nautel transmitters employ advanced control, monitoring and instrumentation tools which simplify management of transmitter sites, both locally and remotely via Web access. More than 16,000 Nautel transmitters have been deployed in over 177 countries since 1970.