New York, NY (August 22, 2013)—This year’s 135th Audio Engineering Society Convention will once again bring a series of sessions focused on broadcast and streaming, chaired by David Bialik for his 27th year.
This year’s Broadcast and Streaming Sessions offer a look at the implications of how new technologies will affect broadcast and streaming audio, such as “Audio For 4K TV,” and “Broadcasting During Disasters,” a look at how the close-to-home strike of Hurricane Sandy last year impacted news and other broadcast operations, as well as updated iterations of longstanding issues facing the industry, such as loudness and maintenance.
“As always, what we’re doing is taking key issues and technologies in the broadcast and streaming domains and looking at them closely and intensely, but in a way that’s as relevant and accessible as possible to the greatest number of people,” said Bialik, who also works as the Project Manager for Streaming Operations at CBS Radio in New York City. “We make a special effort to develop mini-tracks focused on topic-related issues; for example, attendees will find groupings of events on Troubleshooting, Audio for TV, and Radio & Streaming, which are virtually crash courses on these issues.”
“This year’s Broadcast/Streaming Sessions will be as good as any that David has assembled in over a quarter-century of keeping these topics at the cutting edge, and then some,” commented Bob Moses, Executive Director of the Audio Engineering Society. “Attendees will be drawn to these sessions by their compelling and timely topics and David’s elegant assemblage of technical talent on each carefully thought-out panel, and they will come away with new information about technologies and techniques that will help them take their own careers further.”
The 135th AES International Convention will be held from Thursday, October 17 to Sunday, October 20, 2013 at the Javits Center in New York City.
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