Posted on October 2, 2012 in ATSC News
The second in a series of three ATSC/SBE sponsored audio loudness management seminars was held Thursday, September 27th at Universal Studios Hitchcock Theater studios in Los Angeles. The next audio loudness seminar is coming to Atlanta in November.
Forty sound professionals and television industry executive heard presentations from Patrick Waddell (Harmonic), Jim Starzynski (NBC Universal), Tim Carroll (Linear Acoustic), Dave Higgins (Comcast), Doc Goldstein (NBC Universal), Steve Lyman (Dolby), and Steve Silva (Fox). The speakers gave an overview of ATSC A/85, discussed measurement and monitoring, content creation, MVPDs and consumer experiences, and TV station preparation.
The seminars are co-hosted by the ATSC and the Society for Broadcast Engineers (SBE). Registration for the next seminar, scheduled for November 13th in Atlanta will open soon.
Click here for more information and to register.
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