The DTV Audio Group, in association with the SVG, invites you to attend the 2016 DTV Audio Production and Distribution Seminar at NAB. Registration for this free-of-charge event is now open, and all members of the digital television audio community are invited to attend.
- Date: Sunday, April 17, 2016
- Time: 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM
- : Alexis Park Hotel, 375 East Harmon Avenue, Las Vegas, N
DTV AUDIO GROUP MEETING AT NAB
Sunday, April 17th 2016, Alexis Park Hotel Las Vegas
Audio Networking Now, Atmos Mixing for Television
12:00: REGISTRATION, LIGHT LUNCH PROVIDED
1:00: OPENING REMARKS
Roger Charlesworth, Executive Director, DTVAG
1:20: INTELECTUAL PROPERTY LISCENSING AND STANDARDS IN AUDIO NETWORKING
Kevin Gross, Principal, AVA Networks
1:40: NOTES ON IMPLEMENTING WIDE-AREA AUDIO NETWORKS
Greg Shay, Chief Science Officer, Telos Alliance
2:00: AUDIO IMPLICATIONS OF EMERGING VIDEO TRANSPORT STANDARDS
Thomas Edwards, Vice President of Engineering & Development, Fox Networks Engineering and Operations
2:20: INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS FOR MIXED AUDIO NETWORK TOPOLOGIES
Patrick Warrington, Technical Director, Calrec Audio
2:40: CASE STUDY: LEVERAGING MEDIA NETWORK WANS FOR REMOTE PRODUCTION
Tobias Kronenwett, Vice President of Sales, Central and South America, Lawo AG
3:20: WIRELESS SPECTRUM UPDATE
Jeff Willis, Principal JWILL Ventures LLC
3:40: AES AUDIO GUIDELINES FOR OVER-THE-TOP TELEVISION AND VIDEO STREAMING
JIM Starzynski, Director and Principal Audio Engineer, NBC Universal
4:00: ATMOS POST AUDIO FOR PREMIUM EPISODIC TELEVISION
Onnalee Blank, Re-Recording Mixer, Black Sails
Jonathan Brytus, Supervising Producer, Black Sails
Ben Cook, Supervising Sound Editor, Black Sails
Sean Richardson, Executive Director, Principal Audio Engineer, Starz Entertainment
Matt Waters, Re-Recording Mixer Black Sails
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