Posted on October 7, 2009 in Press Releases
Committee Introduces New Recommended Practice
WASHINGTON, October 7, 2009 – The Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) has announced plans to host a seminar on the topic of audio loudness on Wednesday, November 4, 2009 in Washington, DC.
“The seminar will provide detailed presentations on the ATSC Recommended Practice; ‘Techniques for Establishing andMaintaining Audio Loudness for Digital Television’, now in the final stages of approval” said ATSC President MarkRicher. “This will be a great opportunity to learn about the Recommended Practice from the audio experts who haveworked for over two years to develop the document”.
The seminar will include presentations focused on ATSC’s work on audio loudness for digital television. The programwill also include information about related legislative activities and key topics such as, industry perspectives from cableand advertising, a panel focusing on real-world applications and problems from the field, loudness measurement,monitoring, program interchange, program to commercial (interstitial) loudness, dynamic range control metadata.and areport on audio/video (“lip”) sync.
Whether you are a content creator or distributor, DTV station or network, don’t miss this opportunity to understand howto achieve the full potential of the ATSC DTV audio system!
Presenters will include Pat Waddell (Harmonic), David Donovan (MSTV), Steve Lyman (Dolby), Graham Jones (NAB),Jim Starzynski (NBC Universal), Ken Hunold (Dolby), Tim Carroll (Linear Acoustic), Jim DeFilippis (Fox), GreggCoppa (CBS), Sean Richardson (Starz Entertainment), Adam Goldberg (AGP), and others.
The seminar will be held at the Wiley Rein Conference Center, 1776 K Street, NW, in Washington. DC. The event will begin at 9:00 AM and end at 4:00 PM, followed by a cocktail reception.
For more information or to register to attend the seminar, visit the loudness seminar page.
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