New York, NY (February 3, 2021)—This spring may not have all the usual trade shows and conferences in-person, but professionals across the pro audio and radio industries will gather together in April, as Pro Sound News, Mix and Radio World join forces to hold the first Pro Audio & Radio Tech Summit, an all-day virtual event to be held April 1.
“With the ‘return to normal’ now on the horizon, we have to start exploring how the massive changes we’ve made in pro audio over the last year will be incorporated into our ‘normal’ work going forward,” said Clive Young, editor of Pro Sound News. “The pandemic upended every aspect of how audio professionals work, but the industry rose to the challenge, changing established ways to fit the times while also creating new methods, workflows and tools to keep things moving forward. Our Summit, then, will draw insights from those trends and achievements, and look at how they can become crucial ingredients for continued success in the future.”
The free one-day event will feature an exhibition floor, panel presentations, chat rooms and a host of media presentations showcasing the latest technologies and trends in radio and pro audio. Pro Audio & Radio Tech Summit will feature two individual program tracks within a single exhibition hall. In each program track, industry experts will explore how manufacturers and users are making use of both current and emerging technologies in order to keep the media coming.
The Pro Audio Track will feature sessions on Remote Production, the multipurpose House of Worship studio, the rise of Immersive Music, Audio Networking technologies, and Improved Audio for Education. Through expert panel presentations, sponsor demos and attendee networking, Pro Sound News and Mix bring manufacturers, engineers, producers, musicians, educators and industry experts together to look at the state of music production as we come out of the most disruptive year in memory.
The Radio Track will feature sessions on hybrid radio, AoIP, virtualization, streaming, business continuity and trends in transmission. These topics will be of interest to any radio broadcast manager or engineer who manages technology or uses it to advance their careers and business missions.
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