Posted on September 5, 2012 in ATSC News
The first of three seminars about implementation of the A/85 Recommended Practice for DTV audio loudness standards brought some 30 engineers to Chicago, mostly representing Midwest members.
Two more events about the compliance with the federal CALM act are planned – one in Los Angeles on September 27 and another in Atlanta on November 13. The event are jointly sponsored by ATSC and SBE. Registration is here.
At the events, knowledgeable industry leaders (such as Tim Carroll from Linear Acoustic, shown at the Chicago event) are presenting on such topics as FCC rules and updated information on the Commercial Audio Loudness Mitigation (CALM) Act, practical solutions for implementation, loudness measurement and monitoring technology, receiver processing and equipment solutions, an in-depth tutorial on ATSC’s Recommended Practice A/85.
Extensive coverage of how to comply with the CALM act continues in industry publications, such as this recent article from TV Technology, with a focus on editing, post production and ingest.
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