Omnia and Axia to Present Two Classes at the Broadcast Depot/RVR Broadcast Education Workshop
22 June 2010
Cleveland Ohio USA
On July 15th and 16th Omnia Audio and Axia Audio will be educating managers, technicians and engineers at the 2010 Broadcast Education Workshop in Miami, Florida. Attendees will learn about new IP technology solutions for consoles radio and television broadcast consoles.
Kirk Harnack, Executive Director of International Business Development for Omnia and Axia, reports, "Latin American broadcasters are taking a real interest in improving their on-air sound and their studio operations. Engineers for these stations are connecting with these new technologies at the Broadcast Depot Workshop."
"The Five Secrets to Audio Processing for Your Format" will discuss the key factors to sounding both loud and clean on the dial.
"Why IP-Audio is Your Easy Project This Year" details the simplicity of connecting an IP-Audio studio.
Broadcast Depot has announced an incentive for those that register early: They can attend a guided tour of the facilities of two most important Hispanic networks in the United States – Univision and Telemundo – including production and on-air studios. All registrants will be automatically entered in a raffle for an all expense trip to visit the different RVR factories in Bologna, Rimini and Ferrara, Italy.
In addition to the tour and raffle, the $150 USD fee per person for the workshop includes admission to the seminar, breakfast, lunch, breaks, and a farewell party.
For more information on the Broadcast Depot Education Workshop, please visit: www.rvrusa.com/bdw10/registration.aspx.
For Omnia media information, contact Angi Roberson at email@example.com, +1-216-241-7225 or visit www.OmniaAudio.com.
Omnia, a Telos company, is world-renowned for its digital audio signal processing expertise. Omnia audio processors for FM, AM, TV, HD Radio & DAB, Internet, and audio production are setting new standards for professional audio quality.