Los Angeles, CA, (September 29, 2014)—The AES has added the DTV Audio Group forum to its special events roster at the upcoming 137th Audio Engineering Society Convention.
Expanding on the popularity of last year’s debut event, the DTVAG forum will continue to discuss the hot topic of streaming content delivery and its impact on today’s TV landscape. The forum is produced by the DTV Audio Group, an organization of senior-level broadcast network executives promoting best practices and successful strategies for digital television audio production and delivery, in association with the Sports Video Group (SVG) and sponsored by Calrec, Dolby Laboratories, DTS, Lawo and Linear Acoustic.
“DTV Audio Group Forum: The Implications of Streamed Content Delivery on the Evolution of Television” will be held on Friday, October 9 at the Los Angeles Convention Center and is open to all attendees. A series of five engaging panels, presentations and discussions will dig deep into each topic, and teach attendees about some of the tools and workflow approaches required to manage and exploit the capabilities of next-generation audio standards and take television audio into the future.
Specific discussion topics will include:
This Is Not Your Father’s MVPD: A look into how the transition to IP infrastructure and streamed content is transforming cable and how this facilitates advanced audio codecs.
So Long SDI and MADI: IP infrastructure for audio and video contribution within the broadcast plant and in the field
Interactivity, Objects and Spatially Immersive Audio: Mixers and technologists on the migration of object audio from cinema to the small screen and mobile.
Object Audio Toolbox: What are the essential monitoring and authoring tools required for object audio production?
It’s All in Your Head: The state of headphone virtualization for immersive audio formats.
DTV Audio Group Forum