Posted on August 1, 2012 in ATSC News
ATSC and the Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) are teaming up to host an important series of educational seminars for broadcasters, manufacturers, and others interested in audio loudness management.
The 2012 Audio Loudness Management Series will kick off with the first one-day seminar scheduled for August 23, 2012 in Chicago. The event is being hosted by WTTW PBS.
Speakers slated for the event include Pat Waddell (Harmonic), Jim Starzynski (NBC Universal), Tim Carroll (Linear Acoustic), Steve Lyman (Dolby Labs), Steve Silva (Fox), Dave Higgins (Comcast Cable) and Graham Jones (Fraunhofer USA). All are industry experts and active participants in audio working groups within the ATSC.
“The ATSC and SBE are excited to offer insight on current issues relating to audio loudness management” said Jerry Whitaker, ATSC Vice President of Standards Development. “This educational program is a ‘must attend’ event for television professionals who have questions regarding implementation of the CALM Act.”
Additional audio loudness seminars are scheduled for later in the year:
Interested in attending this event? Register here.
For additional program information, hotel recommendations, and more please visit here.
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