23 September 2015 Cleveland Ohio, USA
North American broadcasters attending some of the Fall’s most anticipated shows can look forward to hearing from the representatives of The Telos Alliance® regarding some of today’s hottest topics.
“We love being out where broadcasters are,” says Cam Eicher, Director of Global Radio Sales for The Telos Alliance. “There’s nothing better than hearing about the issues engineers are facing, straight from the source — it’s the way some of our best ideas have originated!”
Some of the gatherings at which Telos Alliance representatives will be giving presentations over the next few weeks:
The Ohio Association of Broadcasters – 2015 Ohio Broadcast Engineering Conference
Well-known Telos Alliance spokesman Kirk Harnack, C.B.R.E., C.B.N.E, will give a presentation regarding the ins and outs of “Modern Streaming Audio: Leveraging New Technologies To Attract Today's Listeners” on September 23rd at the Greater Columbus Convention Center.
Also on September 23rd, Omnia® Audio Senior R&D Engineer Cornelius Gould will speak on one of today’s hottest topics: “Watermarking and Voltair®: Issues for Radio”.
Central Canada Broadcast Engineers – CCBE 2015
Cornelius Gould talks with Canada’s broadcasters about “The Intersection of Traditional Audio Processing and Voltair”, on September 25th at the Horseshoe Resort, Barrie, Ontario.
Also on September 25th, 25-Seven® Systems President Geoff Steadman speaks about “New Monitoring Capabilities For Measuring Watermark Quality Using Voltair”.
Finally, Telos Alliance Director of Research, Dr. Barry Blesser, presents “Experimental Methods and Analytic Frameworks for Optimizing Radio's Watermarking System”.
NAB Radio Show 2015
On Thursday, October 1st, visitors to the Atlanta Marriott Marquis in Atlanta, Georgia can hear Kirk Harnack’s presentation “Modern Streaming Audio: Leveraging New Technologies To Attract Today's Listeners”.
Geoff Steadman will conduct a presentation regarding Voltair for NAB Radio audiences, entitled “New Monitoring Capabilities for Measuring Watermark Quality”, also on Thursday, October 1st.
Wisconsin Broadcasters Clinic 2015
On October 13th at the Madison Marriott Hotel, Telos Alliance Marketing Manager Shane Toven presents “Using Livewire+/AES67 to Build Complete Facilities Over IP”.
Also on October 13th, Omnia’s Cornelius Gould will give his presentation on “Watermarking and Voltair”.
2015 IEEE Broadcast Symposium
Visitors to IEEE’s 2015 Broadcast Symposium at the Caribe Royale Hotel in Orlando, Florida on October 15th can hear Telos Alliance Chief Science Officer Greg Shay present “Using Livewire+™/AES67 to Build Complete Facilities over IP”.
On October 16th, Dr. Barry Blesser will present “Audio Watermarking in Broadcasting is a System within a System”, part of the “Science of PPM” afternoon breakout.
Western Association of Broadcast Engineers – WABE 2015 Convention
Dr. Barry Blesser of 25-Seven Systems will discuss “Experimental Methods and Analytic Frameworks for Optimizing Radio's Watermarking System” on October 20th at the Sheraton Wall Centre in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Following Dr. Blesser, Cornelius Gould speaks about “The Intersection of Traditional Audio Processing and Voltair” on the afternoon of October 20th.
Finally, 25-Seven President Geoff Steadman presents “New Monitoring Capabilities for Measuring Watermark Quality using Voltair” on October 20th.
Audio Engineering Society – 139th Annual AES Convention
At the Javits Center in New York, Telos Alliance Chief Technical Officer and Linear Acoustic Founder Tim Carroll joins the panel for a discussion of “Audio for Broadcast Video - Immersive, Personalized, 4k and 8k” on October 31st.
Greg Shay will appear as a panelist in three sessions: “Network Performance Requirements for Audio Applications” on October 30th, “How to Get AES67 into Your Systems/Products” on October 31st, and “AES67 Interoperability Testing” on November 1st.
Kirk Harnack will moderate the “Integrating Mobile Telephony and IP in Broadcast” panel discussion on October 31st.
To keep abreast of all upcoming presentations and panel discussions at upcoming broadcast conventions, follow The Telos Alliance on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TelosAlliance , on Twitter at www.twitter.com/TelosAlliance , and on LinkedIn at www.linkedin.com/company/telosalliance .
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