AES Europe Intros Broadcasting Spotlight Topics

Vienna, Austria (April 26, 2007)--Radio broadcasting topics have always played a fundamental role at the European AES Convention. The upcoming 122nd Convention in the Austria Center Vienna, taking place May 5 - 8, will expand the focus on this critical area by packaging a wide range of presentations in a new Broadcast Spotlight Series.
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Vienna, Austria (April 26, 2007)--Radio broadcasting topics have always played a fundamental role at the European AES Convention. The upcoming 122nd Convention in the Austria Center Vienna, taking place May 5 - 8, will expand the focus on this critical area by packaging a wide range of presentations in a new Broadcast Spotlight Series.

The events will provide attendees with a comprehensive field of subjects and options. Beginning on Saturday, May 5, the Broadcasting Spotlight will present Workshops on Surround for Broadcasting and Loudness Metering Systems. A number of Paper Sessions will focus on a variety of broadcast related topics. Saturday attendees may also participate in Technical Tours, to Vienna's ORF Radio Center and ORF TV Center. Each tour will be given twice that day.

May 6 - 8 will feature Tutorials on Sync and Timecode, Quality Management, IP Audio over WAN Network, Low Bitrate Distribution Systems, MXF Media Exchange Format, Broadcast Case Studies and the ever-popular topic Champagne Taste - Beer Money. Workshops covering Process Model Broadcast, Radio Music Recording and Mass Storage Carrier will provide attendees with an even deeper look into the world of broadcasting. The Application Seminar on Audio Restoration will round out the overall broadcasting series and is free of charge for all visitors.

Additional Spotlight Topics at 122nd AES Convention will focus on Archiving and Restoration and on Live Sound. The schedule has been designed to provide visitors with sufficient time to attend a variety of Papers, Workshops and Seminars, and to explore the Pro Audio Technology Exhibition.

The schedule planner for presentations on Broadcasting as well as other Spotlights and Convention details is available now on the Audio Engineering Society website: (www.aes.org).

The preliminary calendar of Events is available at:
www.aes.org/events/122/calendar/calendar.cfm