New York (March 7, 2011)--AES 131st Convention Broadcast/Media Streaming Chair David Bialik has issued an RFP to industry members for recommendations on broadcast-related issues or technical innovations, for event consideration.
“With 25-plus years of AES Conventions under my belt I’ve got a pretty good handle on the types of events our attendees find most beneficial to enhancing their job performance,” Bialik remarked. “That being said, I have also seen the benefits of maintaining an open line of communications with our audience. We have already formulated a tentative program of Broadcast and Media Streaming events, but we would consider additional panels if worthwhile suggestions are introduced. We are particularly interested in hearing from experts in Media Streaming, high and low-end Internet TV, Radio, Satellite, and digital innovation.”
AES Convention Chair Jim Anderson emphasizes the point that the all-volunteer Committee is comprised of leaders in AES-related fields: Education, Live Sound, Game Audio, Production/Engineering, Product Design, etc.
“AES conventions represent the gold-standard in technical dialogue,” Anderson said. “That reputation is the direct result of the expertise and industry awareness our Committee members bring to the table. It benefits all of us, Committee members and Attendees alike to know that this Convention will offer the most timely and comprehensive program of events,” Anderson concludes.
Industry professionals are invited to send brief proposals for Broadcast and Media Streaming related events to: email@example.com.
The 131st Audio Engineering Convention will be held in NY’s Jacob Javits Convention Center, Thursday, October 20 through Sunday, October 23.
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