Posted on February 4, 2013 in ATSC News
Mark your calendars for the ATSC’s day-long seminar on audio technology Tuesday, Feb. 19, in Indian Wells, CA.
Held in conjunction with the annual Hollywood Post Alliance Tech Retreat, the 2013 Audio Loudness Management Seminar will provide an opportunity for interested members of the media production and broadcasting communities to attend informative presentations on key elements of audio loudness control.
Presenters are audio professionals active in the industry and closely involved in ATSC work relating to broadcast audio. The program will embrace discussions of broadcast audio challenges in the real world, mix room monitoring, content creation, MVPDs, consumer experiences, measurement techniques and an overview of the current regulatory environment.
This seminar will review the A/85 Recommended Practice on Techniques for Establishing and Maintaining Audio Loudness for Digital Television, and discuss the key guidelines contained in the document. Developed with input from a wide range of experts, A/85 is an important tool for audio professionals.
The Audio Summit will begin at 9 a.m. (registration opens at 8 a.m.) and run until 4 p.m. The event will be held at the Indian Wells Hyatt Regency. Additional information regarding the event, full program, and other details can be found on the HPA web site; http://www.hpaonline.com
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